sexta-feira, 10 de setembro de 2010

REQUEST: Dharma Blues Band - Dharma Blues (1969 Blues Rock)

ALBUM EXTREMAMENTE RARO DE UMA BANDA QUE FAZIA UM BLUES MUITO LEGAL COM NÍTIDAS INFLUÊNCIAS DE SONNY TERRY E BROWNIE McGHEE, DOIS DOS MAIORES GAITISTAS AMERICANOS!! VENENO BLUES ALTAMENTE RARO E RECOMENDADO!!

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"Lang is still firmly rooted in the 60s/70's John Fahey/Leo Kottke blues/folk/Americana styling that he helped pioneer, and it's certainly refreshing to hear it being played this well by one of the old masters . . . Let's hope it doesn't take Lang another 20 years to produce a follow-up" DIRTY LINEN, May 2003 PETER LANG was discovered and recorded in 1972 by the legendary guitarist John Fahey who signed Lang to his own label, Takoma Records. Fahey launched the careers of other notable artists on Takoma, including Leo Kottke, George Winston, Robbie Basho, Bola Sete and others. Peter Lang toured, recorded and performed for nearly ten years, developing a reputation as one of the nations top acoustic players. In the 70's he was in good company, having recorded or performed with Ry Cooder, John Fahey, Jerry Garcia, Chet Atkins, John Hartford, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Emmylou Harris, Leo Kottke, Freddie King, The Paul Butterfield Blues Band, John Hammond, Keith Jarrett, Phoebe Snow, Maria Muldaur, The Yellowjackets, Robben Ford, and many others. Long considered one of America's premier finger-style guitarists, Lang returned to music after a 20 year hiatus from recording and performing with his critically acclaimed album DHARMA BLUES, in 2001. During his separation from writing and recording, Lang managed an Animation Studio and produced films and commercials. His vocation allowed him to continue to use his talents producing national spots for companies including MTV, COKE, HERSHEY'S, TIME, TARGET. Lang's credits include: * Seven record albums (including one with Leo Kottke and John Fahey). * Grammy Nomination, 1976 (Lycurgus) * Guitar Player Magazine 1974 -
Readers Poll, " Best New Guitarist" category * Minnesota Music Awards, "Best Guitarist" 1981, 1982, 1988 * Co-author of the book 20th Century Masters of Finger-Style Guitar,1982, Stropes Editions, Ltd.

Jewels Mike King (piano)
John Hillary (vocals, guitar)
Gary Compton (harmonica, bones)

01. I Thought I Heard That Train Whistle Blow 3:45
02. How Long Blues 3:00
03. Diving Duck Blues 3:42
04. Big Road Blues 3:35
05. Bring It On Home 3:04
06. Boogie For Pete 4:12
07. Chicago Calling 4:17
08. Good Morning (Little Schoolgirl) 2:52
09. Viola Lee Blues 2:54
10. Mopper's Blues 3:07
11. Going Down Slow 3:57
12. Baby Please Don't Go 2:54

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