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Snakefinger - Snakefinger's History Of The Blues: Live In Europe (2013)

16-10-2013, 18:26
Music | Blues | Rock

Snakefinger - Snakefinger's History Of The Blues: Live In Europe (2013)

Artist: Snakefinger
Title Of Album: Snakefinger's History Of The Blues: Live In Europe
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Promising Music
Genre: Modern Electric Blues, Blues Rock, Blues Jazz
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 70:29
Total Size: 163 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Creeper Blues ( 3:06)
02. Turn Your Money Green ( 3:06)
03. You Can't Get The Stuff No More ( 2:19)
04. If You Haven't Any Hay Get On Down The Road ( 2:32)
05. Preachin' Blues ( 3:15)
06. Strollin' With The Bones ( 2:13)
07. She Walks Right In ( 3:05)
08. 36 - 22 - 36 ( 2:30)
09. These Kind Of Blues ( 3:44)
10. Cryin' For My Baby ( 3:25)
11. I Can't Be Satisfied ( 3:20)
12. Ten Years Ago ( 6:02)
13. Everyday I Have The Blues ( 3:11)
14. You Upsets Me Baby ( 3:12)
15. The Stumble ( 3:03)
16. (I'm) Tore Down ( 2:44)
17. Crosscut Saw ( 2:50)
18. (Let's Have A) Natural Ball ( 3:46)
19. Days Of Old ( 2:40)
20. Stolen Moments (10:16)

Snakefinger - vocals, guitar, piano
Richard Marriott - saxophone, trumpet, trombone
Steve Mackay - tenor saxophone
Johnny Bonghit Ryan - drums
Joshua Ende - baritone saxophone
Michael Bertel - guitar
Raoul N. DiSeimbote - piano

Reissue of Snakefinger's 1984 LP, which was originally released on Rough Trade and includes nine previously unreleased tracks. The guitar master who cut his teeth with eyeball-headed avant-garde masterminds The Residents and English pub rockers Chili Willi & The Red Hot Peppers took a break to revisit his first love, the blues, with an eight-piece band, captured live and smoking.

In 1983, Philip "Snakefinger" Lithman was the go-to guitar player for all things weird and as well as recording his own albums he collaborated with The Mutants and ex-Captain Beefheart keyboardist Eric Drew Feldman.
Snakefinger's musical roots, however, were in the British Blues scene of the 1960s but for this project, in typical idiosyncratic fashion, he put together a band from every nook and cranny of San Francisco music.

The results are a heart-stirring hour of all manner of blues, from the tender acoustic guitar of "If You Haven't Any Hay" to the swinging "You Upsets Me, Baby", from the hard rock of "Crosscut Saw" to the cool jazz of "Stolen Moments".

Reissue label Promising Music has repackaged the album in a deluxe gatefold sleeve with both original and new sleeve notes and is 24bit re-mastered from the original master tapes.

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