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Nelson Lunding - Doin' It All Yourself (2014)

30-11-2014, 19:48
Music | Blues

Nelson Lunding - Doin' It All Yourself (2014)

Artist: Nelson Lunding
Title Of Album: Doin' It All Yourself
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Piano Blues, New Orleans Blues
Label: Nelson Lunding
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 50:02
Total Size: 116 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Yancey Special (5:02)
02. Ice Cream Man (4:44)
03. Cold Chills (2:42)
04. Tricycle Melt (3:43)
05. New Orleans (4:57)
06. I Want To Hug You (2:54)
07. Doin' It All Yourself (4:14)
08. Cheap Beer Joint (3:16)
09. Careless Love (3:51)
10. Song For My Father (6:07)
11. House Of The Rising Sun (4:23)
12. Bliss (4:03)

Nelson Lunding is a modern-day version of the travelling piano men, a tradition that traces roots back to the early 1890's. Lunding is a saloon piano player, band leader, juke joint singer, itinerant troubadour, and keeper of the flame. He plays a rocking, muscular piano propelled by a driving left hand. It is a gripping kinetic music that demands to be danced to. When he plays for a crowd, they are experiencing the true embodiment of this very American genre.

Lunding began playing piano at the age of 6 in westchester NY and has been playing now for 33 years. As a teenager, he was lucky to study piano with Stuart Hemmingway, a blind world class jazz and blues player. Stuart taught him blues and jazz chords and patterns. Armed with this information, In 1991, at 18 years old Nelson moved to New Orleans and started gigging with bands there. By 21 years old he was singing and playing piano in his own right on Bourbon Street. "The whole world seem to pass by the door that opened to bourbon street...I learned a tremendous amount about people and performance during that time." A year later he formed his own band named Nelson Lunding and Blues in the Pocket and at the age of 23 he produced the band on the self released Cd titled "Whiskey and a Beer to Go". The band had success in New Orleans playing among other places the Maple Leaf Bar and even a night at the House of Blues. Nelson has performed at Jazz Fest in New Orleans 10 times with various groups and has had the opportunity to play backing up some of the great musicians in New Orleans including Johnny Adams, Walter Wolfman Washington, Ernie K-doe and on. He performed at WWOZ's Piano Night in 1998 and 2007. The New Orleans influence on Nelson's music is impossible to miss. He has created his own gumbo using the tricks of the New Orleans piano greats.

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