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The Spring of Sixty-Five
Joseph Spence & The Pinder Family
The Spring of Sixty-Five
Genres: Blues, Folk, World Music, Pop
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All Artists: Joseph Spence & The Pinder Family
Title: The Spring of Sixty-Five
Members Wishing: 3
Total Copies: 0
Label: Rounder Select
Release Date: 2/14/1992
Genres: Blues, Folk, World Music, Pop
Styles: Chicago Blues, Delta Blues, Acoustic Blues, Slide Guitar, Caribbean & Cuba, Bahamas
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 011661211421, 011661211445

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Unique sound of Bahamian Blues/Gospel
Linda Kuczwanski | Memphis, TN USA | 12/15/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I'm so glad to see that this CD is still available. I bought it when it was first released and have recently lost it by loaning it to a friend of a friend. Arggghhh! Unfortunately, in my life I don't find many people interested in blues, accoustic, or eclectic music (As I live in Memphis, I know that this is my failing and not other peoples'.) However, when I do, they are invariable amazed by this CD and want it for themselves. For fans of Ry Cooder-type electic music, or reggae, or blues or gospel, this is simply one of the best ever. It is the real-life recording of a religious-revival-jam session that even an athiest like myself would love to have attended. Listen to some of those audio cuts Amazon has available. But for the very best experience, buy the music and turn it up loud! One of the interesting things I noticed is that the melody is usually carried by the bass voices and the soprano is the harmony. Truly a unique and excellent sound!"
Joseph Spence, what an experience
Gillian Rambold | Victoria, B.C. Canada | 05/24/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Listening to Joseph Spence is a little like witnessing a jam session. One has the feeling that the music is being produced by an artist who is one with his inspiration, his muse. The music is raw, gentle, unique and permeated with love and affection. Joseph Spence plays as if music is necessary for his spirit."