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Brian Setzer - Live Nude Guitars (1988)

21-01-2016, 11:17
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Title: Live Nude Guitars
Year Of Release: 1988
Label: EMI-Manhattan Records
Genre: Rock, Rockabilly
Quality: FLAC (image+.cue,log,scans)/320 kbps
Total Time: 00:42:47
Total Size: 293/109 MB


01. Red Lightning Blues 04:10
02. Rockability 03:39
03. Rebelene 03:45
04. Nervous Breakdown 03:14
05. Every Tear That Falls 04:11
06. Temper Sure Is Risin' 02:29
07. When The Sky Comes Tumblin' Down 04:15
08. She Thinks I'm Trash 03:15
09. Love Is Repaid By Love Alone 02:50
10. Rosie In The Middle 03:10
11. So Young, So Bad, So What 03:20
12. The Rain Washed Everything Away 04:25

Brian Setzer - Guitar, Vocals
Tommy Byrnes - Bass
Frank Marino - Accordion
Bruce Willis - Harmonica
Jerry Angel, Olle Romo, Denny Fongheiser - Drums
Wendy Fraser, Marcy Levy - Vocals (Background)

After the Stray Cats broke up, Brian Setzer took a long walk from his rockabilly past with his first solo album, 1986's The Knife Feels Like Justice, but while it was a fine LP and a modest success, later that year the Stray Cats reunited for the first of many times to record Rock Therapy, and by the time Setzer made his way back to the studio on his own, he'd seemingly grown tired of his new heartland rock gestures and dove back into the retro style that had made his name. While 1988's Live Nude Guitars leans toward rockabilly and uptempo roots rock, the production (mostly by Setzer and Larson Paine, though Dave Stewart and Chris Thomas work on a few tracks) is a lot slicker than anything the Stray Cats ever put to wax, and the big, glossy sound of "Rockability," "Red Lightning Blues," and "She Thinks I'm Trash" tends to work against the songs, and the synthesizer line and drum machine on "When the Sky Comes Tumblin' Down" are simply cringe-inducing. Setzer does offer a few flashes of the more contemplative direction of The Knife Feels Like Justice on "Every Tear That Falls" and "Love Is Repaid by Love Alone," but they don't work especially well in this context, and the widescreen ballad "The Rain Washed Everything Away" is an odd closer for the album. Setzer demonstrates some typically fine guitar work on Live Nude Guitars, but it's a creative hodgepodge that desperately needs a cleaner focus, and suggests he was in need of a new creative direction; the next time Setzer was heard from as a solo artist, he was fronting his big band, the Brian Setzer Orchestra.

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