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Charlie Musselwhite - Sanctuary (2004) Lossless

7-08-2015, 07:24
Music | Blues | Rock | FLAC / APE

Charlie Musselwhite - Sanctuary (2004) Lossless

Artist: Charlie Musselwhite
Title Of Album: Sanctuary
Year Of Release: 2004
Label: Real World Records
Genre: Blues, Electric Chicago Blues, Harmonica Blues
Format: Flac
Quality: Lossless
Total Time: 46:10 Min
Total Size: 455 Mb (covers)


01. Homeless Child 2:59
02. My Road Lies In Darkness 4:41
03. Burn Down The Cornfield 3:29
04. Train To Nowhere 5:13
05. Shootin' For The Moon 3:15
06. Shadow People 3:44
07. Snake Song 3:49
08. The Neighborhood 5:59
09. Alicia 4:05
10. Sanctuary 3:29
11. I Had Trouble 4:12
12. Route 19 1:10

Harmonica giant Charlie Musselwhite has evolved from stone traditionalist to blues experimentalist in recent years, with excursions into Tejano, country, and jazz. Now, with the help of Blind Boys of Alabama producer John Chelew, the 60-year-old has made a masterpiece that balances his music's Delta soul with sonic innovation. Musselwhite's world-weary singing is perfect for the haunting textures that the scraped and bell-toned guitar strings bring to "Train to Nowhere" and Randy Newman's "Burn Down the Cornfield," songs where the fog of danger hangs in the air like ectoplasm. Slide-guitar guests Sonny Landreth and Ben Harper bring rippling energy to the bad-luck story "Shootin' for the Moon" and the Harper-penned spiritual "Homeless Child." And the Blind Boys' zesty old-time harmonies turn Musselwhite's biographical "I Had Trouble" into a gospel-tent confession. But, if the voice of God appears anywhere, it's in Musselwhite's always lush and mesmerizing harmonica. --Ted Drozdowski

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