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Barry Goldberg - Stoned Again (2002)

18-09-2013, 17:47
Music | Blues

Barry Goldberg - Stoned Again (2002)

Artist: Barry Goldberg
Title Of Album: Stoned Again
Year Of Release: 2002
Label: Texas Music Group
Genre: Modern Electric Blues, Instrumental Blues
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 45:18
Total Size: 104 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Stoned (2:39)
02. Tumbling Dice (3:49)
03. Jumping Jack Flash (4:08)
04. Ventilator Blues (3:54)
05. Heart Of Stone (3:33)
06. Parachute Woman (4:07)
07. Let It Bleed (3:29)
08. Think I'm Goin' Mad (4:43)
09. Good Times, Bad Times (3:08)
10. Melody (5:10)
11. As Tears Go By (2:32)
12. Some Girls (3:29)
13. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction (0:30)

A truly brilliant and original concept for a tribute album, Stoned Again can be classified as many things: a Barry Goldberg solo record (his first in 20 years), a Rolling Stones tribute, as well as a sort of modern-day Super Session album. Goldberg, a veteran keyboardist and songwriter who was one of the founding members of the Electric Flag, has also played on hundreds of sessions for artists ranging from Bob Dylan to the Flying Burrito Brothers. Aside from showing off his imposing keyboard skills, Stoned Again is a vital example of his ability as a tasteful and inventive arranger. A good illustration of this is the smoky barroom funk of "Jumpin' Jack Flash," which renders the actual tune almost unrecognizable, but nevertheless completely enthralling. Ditto for "Heart of Stone," which receives an extraordinarily jazzy, Booker T. & the MG's-soaked overhaul. Aside from Goldberg and his superb band -- which includes veterans Greg Sutton, Don Heffington, and Denny Freeman -- there are several astounding guest performances. Ex-Rolling Stones lead guitarist Mick Taylor shines on two songs, most notably a slithering version of "Ventilator Blues." This track also features another Stones sideman, Ernie Watts, who also appears on several other cuts delivering his usual tasty sax runs. Producer Carla Olson also steps out of the booth, performing guitar on a few cuts, including an exceptionally soulful reading of "As Tears Go By." But in the end, Stoned Again -- despite all of the guest appearances and the Stones-based material -- is really a resplendent example of Barry Goldberg's incredible, underrated musicianship, and for that reason alone is well worth a listen. ~Review by Matthew Greenwald

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nrwsps   User offline   16 October 2013 06:11

Thanks a lot. 3

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