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Karl Blau - Introducing Karl Blau (2016)

12-05-2016, 15:11
Pop | Folk | Indie

Title: Introducing Karl Blau
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Raven Marching Band Records
Genre: Indie Pop, Folk, Singer-Songwriter
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 00:40:51
Total Size: 103 mb


01. Thats How I Got to Memphis 04:03
02. Six White Horses 02:41
03. Fallin Rain 09:38
04. Let The World Go By 03:44
05. If I Need You 03:54
06. Woman (Sensuous Woman) 03:24
07. Dreaming My Dreams 02:50
08. To Love Somebody 03:21
09. Homecoming 03:24
10. No Regrets 03:51

Blau is a multi-instrumentalist, singer, and DIY icon who helped turn his hometown of Anacortes, Washington, into an indie-music mecca. He has released more than 40 records in 20-odd years, many self-released in handmade packaging and mailed to subscribers, and others on iconic indie Northwest labels K and knw-yr-own. Blau has also toured and recorded for years with Laura Veirs, The Microphones, Little Wings, D+, and Earth. Martine, known for his distinctive production work on music by My Morning Jacket, The Decemberists, and Laura Veirs, recalled first being introduced by Veirs to Blau's early music. "I was transfixed by Karl's voice and completely absorbed by the world of sound he had created. I felt like I had been shown one of the great hidden treasures of music." A few years later, Martine recorded an instrumental version of "That's How I Got to Memphis," the 1969 Tom T. Hall hit. Blau, whom Tucker had come to know in sessions with Laura Veirs among others, asked if he could try singing it. The collaboration, pairing Karl's deeply sonorous voice with Martine's warm, modern arrangements, recast the Nashville hit in a new light. The result was the single and, now, Introducing Karl Blau. The record, all covers, is a crate-digger's feast of forgotten hits and deeper cuts, most of them from the Nashville country-soul renaissance in the late 1960s and early 70s — Tom T. Hall, Bobby Bond, Allen Reynolds. Other songs are from the Bee Gees (To Love Somebody), Link Wray (Fallin' Rain), or Townes Van Zandt (If I Needed You).

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mufty77   User offline   12 May 2016 18:14

Greatful album. Any chance for lossless????????????????????
thank you.

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Pablo Marron   User offline   24 September 2016 02:38

Any chance of re-up please

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