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Mark Snodgrass - From The Basshowse (2015)

10-10-2015, 12:24
Music | Jazz | Folk | Pop | Rock | Other

Mark Snodgrass - From The Basshowse (2015)

Artist: Mark Snodgrass
Title Of Album: From The Basshowse
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Mark Snodgrass
Genre: Soft Rock, Folk, Jazz, Covers
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 01:03:09
Total Size: 146 Mb


01. Birthday Reggae 03:54
02. We Gotta' Get Outta This Place 05:00
03. Green Onions 04:24
04. All Blues 04:30
05. God Fearin' Man 04:42
06. Septembers Dream 05:32
07. One Take Jake 03:07
08. Beat the Rap 03:36
09. Basshowse 05:20
10. Higher Ground 04:23
11. Street Corner Talkin' 03:49
12. Soldier's Prayer 04:44
13. Key to the Highway 02:35
14. Tracks of My Tears 07:26

"From The Basshowse" features the bass prominently in this collection of covers as well as originals. Mark plays most of the instruments on the 14 tracks, except the drums which feature the skills of the talented Jake Burton. Mark's concept of the recording was to take familiar cover songs and do them in a unfamiliar way: such as the Beatle's "Birthday" done in a skanky reggae....or Booker T. and the MG's "Green Onions" done with a greasy Spaghetti-Western vibe...or Miles Davis's "All Blues" even more stripped down than the original with piano, upright bass and drums done in a different time signature! The last track is an amazing seven-minute tribute to the Smokie Robinson classic "Tracks of My Tears" done in a slow heart felt ballad with super-lush harmonies. The five originals on the recording take the same concept of the covers, with each track done in a innovative style. The title track is bass-heavy and sounds like a smoke-filled hard drinking nightclub....and "Septembers Dream" is a joyful and pensive instrumental. Guest artists include Jon Anderson on piano on "All Blues". Cris Peterson on violin and mandolin on "God Fearin' Man". Tom Garrett on percussion on "Soldier's Prayer" and Stacy Wolfinbarger background vocals on the title track.

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