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Tom Coerver - Wood, Wire, Vibes... & Slide (2010)

20-10-2015, 07:01
Music | Blues | Rock

Tom Coerver - Wood, Wire, Vibes... & Slide (2010)

Artist: Tom Coerver
Title Of Album: Wood, Wire, Vibes... & Slide
Year Of Release: 2010
Label: Inundated Music
Genre: Blues Rock, Southern Rock
Format: Mp3
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 72:27 Min
Total Size: 176 Mb


1. You're The Star
2. Gotta Get You By My Side
3. Gimme Back My Bullets
4. Chevrolet Chevrolet Medley
5. Gonna Live With It
6. Backwoods Bbq
7. All Down The Line
8. I'll Still Be There
9. Midnight Rider
10. Preacher's Passion
11. Waitin' For The Bus
12. Shake Your Hips
13. Red & Orange Stratus
14. Zoot Allures
15. Monkey Hill
16. Timeshift

Incubated in Baton Rouge Blue Room Studio by Tom and a few select guests over the time frame of 2008-2010 and expertly tweezered, mixed, mastered, and generally glossified to a shining lustre by Devon Kirkpatrick at Sockit Studio, this Album represents the cumulative shape of everything that ever stimulated the cilia along my cochlea's length to vibrate and reward the brain with a soothing bath of endorphins.

A summary of Southern stylings from the East Coast to the Gulf Coast to the West Coast flavors in soulful rockin' jazzy fatback funk with all manner of slide guitars from the Firebird (both white (as pictured on the front cover) and Dachshund/Doberman (back cover)), Les Paul, Stratocaster, Telecaster, Pete Andersen, Flatroc (my new fave...) solid and semi-hollow electric families and the Dobro and Martin acoustic families. I started this sonic sculpture as a solo endeavor while recuperating from surgery and then got tired of myself, so I invited a few friends over to sing along (Patty Houk and Debbie Landry) and/or inhale and exhale over vibrating reeds (Dave 'The Tube Guy' Long on harmonica and amp repairs...) while the stereo stew of Hammond C-3 organ thru a spinning Leslie speaker and several sorts of synthesized waveforms in both real and imaginary instrument incarnations thickened the roux in this gumbo while the percussive parts pounded a fatback funk in the foreground (please pardon the potentially annoying annihilated alliteration...).

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