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Friday, December 16, 2011

Grinderswitch 2002 Live At My Father's Place


Genre: Southern Rock
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 48000
Time: 01:10:31
Size: 161,43 MB

United States

A new album by Grinderswitch is always a good thing for the southern rock and blues music fan. Of course, this recording was made in the early 80's, for a Long Island radio station show (WLIR), but is shows us Grinderswitch at its best (I've always thought they were much more interesting on stage than in the studio). As usual, Dru and his buddies play a music mostly based on blues music (pretty much in a Chicago style).

The album starts with a tribute to the late Elmore James and the title "Pickin' the blues", which also include some verses from "It hurts me too" and "Dust my broom", and finishes with an other tribute, to the great Freddy King, with a personal version of the famous "Hide away", where the main riff is quickly replaced by sung parts. If the Dru Lombar's guitar work is pretty well known by fans, this album allows us to discover the Chris Anderson's guitar work and southern phrasing, at least with the song "Lady Luck" (Chris will also works with the Outlaws, the Harvey Dalton Band and is currently working with Henry Paul and the Blackhawks). (Dominique Turgot - http://www.rtjwebzine.fr)

Artists:

Dru Lombar: vocals, guitar
Stephen Miller: piano
Chris Anderson: guitar
Joe Dan Petty: bass
Rick Burnett: drums



Tracklist:

01 - Pickin The Blues 09:48

02 - Watermelon Time In Georgia 03:01

03 - Red Wing 05:40

04 - Lady Luck 05:53

05 - Movin On Back To You 04:43

06 - Stoop Down Baby 09:51

07 - Elevator Woman 07:56

08 - Kiss The Blues Goodbye 15:43

09 - Hide Away 07:56





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