Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
How Late'll 1
Genres: Folk, Jazz, Pop, Rock
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If you like music to be fun, this is your choice.
email@example.com | Chicago Illinois, USA | 12/17/1998
(4 out of 5 stars)
"David Bromberg is a musical talent that for some reason has been relegated to a place of obscurity. His talent on string instruments is unquestioned, and his lyrics are hysterical. This album contains "Bullfrog Blues". This cut sums up everything that was hip in the late sixties, early seventies, and manages to do a pro-marijuana comment, anti-Hugh Hefner comment, mentions Kahlil Gibran, and somehow manages to tie this all into voyeurism and the blues. I have seen Bromberg twice in concert, and he performed "Will not Be Your Fool" each time with totally different lyrics. I do believe his version on this album is his bestinterpretation of this wondrful tune. Bromberg moves from country, to Delta blues to Electric blues, from mandalin to dobro to fiddle and seems to be master of all these strings. This is not music to be taken seriously, but music to listen to and realize how much fun music can actually be. What ever happened to David Bromberg?"
Eclectic country/blues/rock guitarist best recorded showcase
firstname.lastname@example.org | 12/15/1998
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Here is the best recorded argument for David Bromberg's inclusion into the live music hall of fame. He changes styles, moods, tempos, yet the music never loses the edge. Bromberg and the band never waver from their sparkling musicianship, but the foremost impression they leave you with is not so much about how great they are, but how much a-kickin' fun you're having listening to them."
R. A Hoisington | Up the creek | 07/22/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Nobody's given this album five stars, so I will. Another reviewer wrote "timeless". That's a great summation. I first bought this album as a nineteen y/o kid in 1977. I was in the Navy and read a review in Playboy magazine. (Hey, what else does a sailor have to do?) Since then this album, both the Live and Studio studio sides, have been on my favorites list. 'Nough said."