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Tommy Guerrero - Return Of The Bastard (2007)

5-08-2014, 15:28
Jazz | Soul | Funk | Rock | Indie | Lounge | FLAC / APE

Tommy Guerrero - Return Of The Bastard (2007)

Artist: Tommy Guerrero
Title Of Album: Return Of The Bastard
Year Of Release: 2007
Label: Galaxia / GLX30
Genre: Jazz, Soul, Acoustic, Indie, Post Rock
Total Time: 39:13 min
Format: FLAC (tracks +.cue, log-file)
Quality: Lossless
Total Size: 253 mb

After branching out (only slightly) for 2006's From the Soil to the Soul, Tommy Guerrero returned to his usual repertoire -- a one-man-band setup and breezy instrumental soul/rock -- for Return of the Bastard. Granted, From the Soil to the Soul was hardly a radical departure; it included only a few deeper grooves and one high-profile feature (for Lyrics Born). But it's still nice to have Guerrero back creating his own record, seemingly unencumbered even by the few suggestions that such an artist-oriented label like Quannum may have come up with. Although instrumental music this light and laid-back risks being called lazy, it's clear Guerrero isn't just an aimless street-corner musician. His guitar solos, obtuse yet warm, are always interesting, whether smooth and acoustic or raggedly electric, and at several points he adds his own kalimba or Fredo Ortiz on conga to vary the sound. Material like this is always going to be considered primarily as the background for a visual narrative, but like great instrumental rock from Link Wray to Don Caballero, it creates its own narrative.


01. And the Folklore Continues
02. La Califas Perdido
03. I Would Go With You
04. No Time for Time
05. Bloodinthemud
06. Calling for Ya!
07. Zapata's Boots
08. Mosiac Man
09. What Have I Been Doing Since I Was Gone?
10. Paper Switchblade
11. Never Forget to Remember
12. Run With the Hunted
13. New Terrain
14. 40 Summers
15. The Simple Man


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