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Trickbag - Tricknology (2008)

9-10-2015, 08:33
Music | Blues | Rock

Trickbag - Tricknology (2008)

Artist: Trickbag
Title Of Album: Tricknology
Year Of Release: 2008
Label: Trickbag
Genre: Blues, Electric Blues, Harmonica Blues
Format: Mp3
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 61:04 Min
Total Size: 229 Mb (covers)


1. Walk That Talk
2. Get There When You Get There
3. I Never Fool Nobody But Me
4. Heart of the City
5. Motherless Child
6. I Wish I Was in Heaven
7. Cold Outside
8. Susanna
9. You Better Do Right
10. Friends on Friday
11. Piece by Piece
12. Long Gone
13. Pain in the Heart
14. Jumpin' the Gun on Mardi Gras
15. Angelina

There are few songs more associated with the music of New Orleans than Earl King's R&B classic Trick Bag. So it only made sense that drummer Paul Panchezak and guitarist Larry Feudo would name their band Trickbag, after the song. The two loved the New Orleans sound. It's what drew them together almost 30 years ago performing in bands with King Biscuit Boy and Crowbar's Kelly Jay. You can hear the influence on Trickbag's new CD, Tricknology, on songs like Jumpin' the Gun on Mardi Gras and Get There When You Get There. It's an album of 15 mostly original songs recorded at producer Michael J. Birthelmer's Chatham Gardens Studio in Hamilton. The only cover song is I Never Fool Nobody But Me, a classic from the New Orleans' songwriting team of Doc Pomus and Mac Rebennack (a.k.a Dr. John). There's also a fine blend of other sounds, including Delta country blues, Chicago blues, Memphis string band and old time gospel. There's some lovely acoustic interludes, plenty of virtuoso slide guitar from Feudo, strong vocals from Donna Panchezak, Little Walter style harmonica from Les Smith, nifty piano rolls from Jesse O'Brien and Denis Keldie -- and no horns. Tricknology features some remarkable songwriting, especially Smith's tender Piece By Piece. There's also some extraordinary musicianship, notably on the Ry Cooder-inspired instrumental Angelina, written by Feudo for his dying mother.

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