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Saturday, November 6, 2010

David Bromberg 1972 Demon In Disguise

Genre: Folk - Blues - Country - Rock
Rate: 232 kbps VBR / 44100
Time: 00:40:54
Size: 67,80 MB

Biography by Richard Skelly

Often referred to as a musician's musician throughout his career, David Bromberg has spent almost as much time being a sideman to people like Bob Dylan and Jerry Jeff Walker as he has fronting his own band. Session credits for albums by Tom Paxton and Jerry Jeff Walker started getting Bromberg attention in the mid-'60s, and he began making the transition from sideman to frontman in the early '70s, when he was signed to record for Columbia Records.

The key to appreciating Bromberg is to realize he has an equal passion for blues, folk, country and western, bluegrass, and rock & roll. This diverse range of influences is reflected on all his recordings for Columbia, Fantasy, and Rounder, and in his performances as well. His musical eclecticism over the years may have cost him some fans, but a typical Bromberg concert can be a musical education. Bromberg disappeared in the early '90s to become a full-time violin maker, but returned in 2007 with Try Me One More Time, an all-new, all-acoustic solo set of blues and folk tunes.


01 - Hardworkin' John [Live] 04:04

02 - Sharon 06:10

03 - Medley Of Irish Fiddle Tunes Rodney's Glory The Rights Of Man The Firs 02:12

04 - Diamond Lil 06:28

05 - Jugband Song [Live] 04:27

06 - Demon In Disguise 05:12

07 - Tennessee Waltz [Live] 03:09

08 - Mr. Bojangles [Live] 07:28

09 - Sugar In The Gourd [Live] 01:44



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