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Todd Burge - Live On Mountain Stage (2006-2015) (2016)

29-05-2016, 16:32
Country | Folk | Rock

Title: Live On Mountain Stage (2006-2015)
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Bunj Jam Music
Genre: Folk/Rock/Country/Americana
Quality: MP3 320 Kbps
Total Time: 74:45
Total Size: 175 MB

1. Hip About Time (Live) ( 3:53)
2. I'm A Shark (Live) ( 4:14)
3. Jesus Night Light (Live) ( 6:00)
4. I Believe This, I Believe (Live) ( 3:47)
5. Time To Waste Time (Live) ( 5:10)
6. The Good Dog (Live) ( 2:37)
7. Joseph's Prayer To His Baby Son (Live) ( 5:09)
8. Looking For My Nuts (Live) ( 3:50)
9. The Longer (Live) ( 4:00)
10. My Roots (Live) ( 2:19)
11. She Looks Up To Me(Because She Has To) (Live) ( 2:24)
12. Ask Them To (Live) ( 4:26)
13. First Day Of Spring (Live) ( 3:13)
14. The Never Ending End (A Letter To Harold Camping From A Believer) (Live) ( 4:54)
15. Another Sunny Sunday (Live) ( 4:09)
16. Enough About Me (Live) ( 3:57)
17. Burge Banter (Live) (10:35)

“Like a Randy Newman with a guitar, he's also been described as a Warren Zevon who can evoke bizarre characters and situations….hearing Burge live takes the cake. The only other live Mountain Stage albums by a single artist are by Jesse Winchester and Laura Nyro, so Burge is in good company. “ Amos Perrine – No Depression

Todd has been a guest on Mountain Stage at least ten times (our record keeping is not what it could be). I’m really happy that we’ve been presenting him to a wider audience for two and a half decades. His first appearance was in 1991 on a show with Pere Ubu, Lisa Germano and Songs from a Random House. He fit into that interesting mix nicely. He also worked well on our 20th anniversary show in 2003 with Bela Fleck & The Flecktones, Tim & Mollie O’Brien, Chris Smither, The Holmes Brothers and Fontella Bass. Originality fits in many contexts.

No one collection of songs, even a big one like this, can give a complete picture of an artist, but this does pretty well. Todd’s own side man, William Matheny, and the Mountain Stage Band, with harmonies from Julie Adams and Ron Sowell, give the songs great support and add interesting colors. But the solo numbers never sound incomplete. Todd usually performs solo on his live dates and knows how to do it.

Todd may never become a star. Fame has many ingredients, some of which are more chance than skill. But better or lesser known, he will remain a talent to seek out. He will continue to delight, surprise and entertain audiences as long as he’s out there, and here’s hoping that even if his name does become a household word, he will never stop emerging.

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