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The Sacred Shakers – Live (2014)

3-02-2014, 07:18
Music | Blues | Folk | Country | Alternative

The Sacred Shakers – Live (2014)

Artist: The Sacred Shakers
Title Of Album: Live
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Signature Sounds
Genre: Folk, Alt Country, Blues
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 50:04 Min
Total Size: 124 Mb


1. All Night, All Day
2. Take Me In Your Lifeboat
3. Lord, I Am the True Vine
4. Morning Train
5. Satan Your Kingdom Must Come Down
6. I'm Tired
7. Belshazzar
8. Won't You Come and Sing For Me
9. I'll Remember You Love In My Prayers
10. You Better Quit Drinking Shine
11. You Got To Move
12. Run On
13. Little Black Train
14. When I Get Home I'm Gonna Be Satisfied

The Sacred Shakers-Primary Artist
Johnny Sciascia-Upright Bass
Eric Royer- Banjo, Vocals, Background Vocals
Daniel Kellar-Violin
Greg Glassman-Acoustic Guitar, Vocals, Background Vocals
Eilen Jewell-Acoustic Guitar, Vocals, Background Vocals
Daniel Fram-Acoustic Guitar, Harmonica, Maracas, Vocals, Background Vocals
Jason Beek-Drums, Vocals, Background Vocals
Jerry Miller-Electric Guitar

Even with eight musicians—including four guitars—the sound is never cluttered or chaotic. On the contrary, this side project is a democracy with five vocalists trading lead singing duties, and the others joining on harmonies. Jewell, the most recognizable name, stays in a supporting role, leading just two tracks. She’s so good that it’s disappointing she doesn’t contribute more. But the other frontmen are solid and above all buoyant, perfect for this combination of old timey yet never musty bluegrass, rockabilly, country, blues and of course gospel.
The disc reproduces a single show and is released almost a year to the day after its Jan. 24th, 2013 recording. It’s the collective’s second platter (the first was back in 2008) but the live setting perfectly captures the sheer jubilation of the performance. These folks are playing music they clearly love with passion and humor, making a joyful noise for both themselves and the audience. The arrangements such as the Bo Diddley beat driven “Lord, I am the True Vine,” bring a contagious rollicking beat to material that feels familiar even if you have never heard it before. Even the dark lyrics to “Little Black Train” that foretell a soon to be apocalypse don’t feel weighty when sung with jaunty harmonica, fiddle, banjo and stand-up bass accompaniment.

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