Use What You Got - Duke Robillard - Living With The Blues (CD, Album)
Label: Irond - IROND CD 07-K01 • Format: CD Album • Country: Russia • Genre: Blues •
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But his outing for the label, Living with the Blues, shows that when Robillard immerses himself in a genre, he still can't help exploring that genre's stylistic variety. This album includes everything from the Freddie King tune "Use What You Got," performed with a taut intensity reminiscent of Muddy Waters, to a delta-inflected Tampa Red song, "Hard Road," to the funk-edged "Goodtime Charlie.".
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Complete song listing of Duke Robillard on noytawdtasilidenpamatpodclighluman.xyzinfo Living Blues: "Robillard goes old school while tipping his hat to the Wolf on his own 'Rhode Island Red Rooster,' whereas 'Text me' is a more modern blues for the iPhone generation.". Tracks of Disc .
On his new release on the great Canadian indie label Stony Plain Records, entitled Living with the Blues, Robillard hits the ground running full steam ahead through a repertoire that consists of classic blues recordings from the masters and original tunes that sound as good as if they were written by the same group of blues legends. Classic repertoire workouts include Little Milton’s “If Walls Could Talk,” .
Duke Robillard hits another one out of the ballpark as his 16th album for Stony Plain turns the clock back to the rockin' R&B of the '40s and '50s. Stomp! The Blues Tonight is certainly different from anything else Robillard has recorded for the Edmonton, Alberta-based label/5(8).
The Acoustic Blues and Roots of Duke Robillard was named "Acoustic Blues Album of the Year" for the Blues Music Awards and #45 of the 50 best blues albums of by Living Blues Magazine. Duke will gladly autograph a copy for you if you request. A Decade in the Making, this Latest Album from Multi-Award-Winning Guitarist Duke Robillard.
'The Acoustic Blues & Roots Of Duke Robillard' presents Robillard's love of vintage blues, jazz and swing, with a selection of vocal and instrumental cuts. This is his very first acoustic album in a career that spans over five decades. Robillard has worked with Bob Dylan, Tom Waits, Roomful Of Blues, Fabulous Thunderbirds and dozens of blues.
While Living with the Blues is often determinedly low-key, Robillard's enthusiasm and imagination shine through with a soft, consistent glow. This album includes everything from the Freddie King tune "Use What You Got," performed with a taut intensity reminiscent of Muddy Waters, to a delta-inflected Tampa Red song, "Hard Road," to the funk-edged "Goodtime Charlie.".