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Paul Geremia - The Devil's Music (1999)

11-02-2015, 18:09
Music | Blues

Paul Geremia - The Devil's Music (1999)

Artist: Paul Geremia
Title Of Album: The Devil's Music
Year Of Release: 1999
Genre: Acoustic Blues, Country Blues
Label: Red House Records
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 52:43
Total Size: 124 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Lost Mind (3:31)
02. If A Woman's Love Was Whisky (3:48)
03. Stocking Feet Blues (4:07)
04. Same Old Wagon (3:32)
05. How'd He Do It? (2:51)
06. Drown In My Own Tears (5:18)
07. Statesboro Blues (3:07)
08. Terraplane Blues (2:53)
09. Booger-Rooger Blues (3:28)
10. Still Think About You (2:59)
11. The Way To Get The Lowdown (2:18)
12. Chickens Come Home To Roost (4:17)
13. Fuller's Walking Blues (Walking My Blues Away) (4:19)
14. Farewell Street Rag (2:01)
15. Little Silver Airplane (4:08)

This release by a master of the acoustic blues guitar and the 12-string blues guitar will earn him even more accolades from his peers. He is considered by other bluesmen as the man at the top of this form and getting even better with each outing. He has grown from his folk roots, and instead of just doing songs of the long-gone masters, he writes his own songs in this genre. These compositions fit together so seamlessly they're reminiscent of a long-lost Robert Johnson song from the Delta, a Leadbelly tune that escaped notice somehow, or a Geremia original. These are tunes that future generations of bluesmen will be calling classics, as with "If a Woman's Love Was Whiskey." The music he plays is timeless and knows no boundaries. He is a man who has sat down with some of the legends, such as Skip James and Son House, and soaked up their music, worked it, and played with it until it became his own. He is truly perfectly matched with the earthy quality of his music, and has the good sense to mix up the song tempos to keep the disc moving along. He has, like a fine old barn, endured the elements well, and his guitar technique and voice have improved, but his innate feeling for the blues has grown as sure as the passage of time improves the wood of that old barn. "Still Thinking About You" has vocal phrasing reminiscent of Blind Willie McTell and guitar echoing some of the qualities of Robert Johnson, but it is Paul's tune. This man's knowledge and technique are still growing, which effectively keeps this very valuable and rich tradition alive and vibrant. People such as Guy Davis give Paul credit for renewing their interest in the form, and credit him with being at the pinnacle and spurring them along as far as guitar playing is concerned. This is his seventh recording; unfortunately, his first three are out of print, but his recordings have done nothing but get better. They register the growth of a man who is already at the top of his crowd. This is far and away his best recording to date: a must get. ~Review by Bob Gottlieb

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Bluesercher   User offline   11 February 2015 20:30

Hello kamane.

My great thanks for this album! Thanks. :-)

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