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Ry Cooder - Broadcast From The Plant: 1974 Record Plant, Sausalito, CA (2013)

18-09-2013, 17:41
Music | Blues

Ry Cooder - Broadcast From The Plant: 1974 Record Plant, Sausalito, CA (2013)

Artist: Ry Cooder
Title Of Album: Broadcast From The Plant: 1974 Record Plant, Sausalito, CA
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: On The Road
Genre: Gospel, Acoustic Blues, Modern Electric Blues
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 57:13
Total Size: 132 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Police Dog Blues (3:53)
02. F.D.R In Trinidad (3:24)
03. If Walls Could Talk (4:02)
04. Tamp 'em Up Solid (3:48)
05. Ax Sweet Mama (4:11)
06. Billy The Kid (6:14)
07. Vigilante Man (5:06)
08. How Can A Poor Man Stand Such Times And Live (6:36)
09. Tattler (3:59)
10. Comin' In On A Wing And A Prayer (5:17)
11. Alimony (4:08)
12. Teardrops Will Fall (3:34)
13. I'm A Pilgrim (2:55)

This is a live set recorded at the The Record Plant Studios in Sausalito. It was originally broadcast on KSAN Radio. It's never been released on CD but has been widely bootlegged. There seems to be a bit of confusion as to whether it was from 1973 or 1974... but I think it's '74. It captures Ry Cooder at the most exciting time of his career, and is essential listening for fans.
This was around the same time that he released his Paradise & Lunch album, and as of such it features Bobby King on backing vocals, alongside Gene Mumford and Cliff Givens. They add a big dose of soul and gospel to Cooder's sound. Also backing Cooder are Russ Titelman (bass), Jim Keltner (drums) and Milt Holland (percussion/marimba). The result is a really fantastic lineup, with a minimalistic sound which suits the intimate setting and lets Cooder's guitar really shine. Holland's marimba playing also adds some really lovely touches to a few of the songs. Five of the songs are performed solo by Cooder on acoustic guitar or mandolin, and the other seven are with the band.
It includes various songs from his first four albums, blending blues, folk, soul and gospel effortlessly. The real gem is the last song of the set, where Bobby King sings lead on a spine-tingling gospel reading of the traditional tune "I Am A Pilgrim".

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