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A Truckload of Blues
Bob Brozman
A Truckload of Blues
Genres: Blues, World Music
 
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Bob Brozman is a well-known pyrotechnical virtuoso of the National Steel guitar and an authority on vintage National instruments, with a book on the subject to his credit. In addition to his fiery work on vintage resophoni...  more »

      
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All Artists: Bob Brozman
Title: A Truckload of Blues
Members Wishing: 5
Total Copies: 0
Label: Rounder
Release Date: 7/8/2009
Genres: Blues, World Music
Styles: Pacific Islands, Hawaii
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 011661311923, 011661311947, 724383905720

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Bob Brozman is a well-known pyrotechnical virtuoso of the National Steel guitar and an authority on vintage National instruments, with a book on the subject to his credit. In addition to his fiery work on vintage resophonic guitars, ukes and mandolins, he plays a mean electric slide guitar, and his deep, growling vocal style is inspired by 1920s Mississippi Delta bluesman Charlie Patton. This 1992 collection of old and original tunes, marked by Brozman's offbeat sense of humor, is one man's personalized history of the blues, and features George Winston on piano.

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Wish I Had Released This One
ED Denson | Alderpoint, Ca USA | 12/18/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I ran Kicking Mule when Bob Brozman recorded an lp for us. I thought then what I think now. He is the greatest acoustic blues guitarist living, and one of the all time greats. Unfortunately he did not record Truckload for us. I believe he did it for Sky Ranch, a French company and later Rounder released it in the US but I'm not sure. I wish I had released it because this CD all by itself would justify my quarter century in the music business.

I'm a lawyer now and sold the record company over 10 years ago, but I still do a radio show and I play tracks from this CD from time to time.. I recommend to you the "Backwards Blues". It is not only a great parody, it is a great piece of music. "You Set the Market" stands out, too. Listen to tracks from this CD if you've never heard of Bob Brozman. If you like the blues, you'll like his music."