Friday, September 4, 2015

Larry Garner 2008 Here Today Gone Tomorrow

Genre: Blues
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 01:02:20
Size: 142,58 MB

United States

Born in New Orleans, in 1952, Larry Garner grew up in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, discovering the blues with Slim Harpo and Jimmy Reed. First playing the guitar in a gospel quartet, he then got his influences from Jimi Hendrix and the pop music of the sixties. While staying close to the roots of blues, Larry Garner crafts a distinctive sound. His skills as a guitarist and a songwriter, approaching a wide range of themes, establish him as one of the most gifted blues artists of his generation. He has recorded for JSP, Gitanes/Verve and Ruf Records but, unfortunately, because of health problems he has stayed away for the recording studios during seven years. He’s back, now, with this « Here Today, Gone Tomorrow » cut with the band he used to work with for years and some old friends like Henry Gray, Stanley “Buckwheat Zydeco” Dural, Oscar “Harpo” Davis, Rudolph Richard, Elvin Killerbee and (the young) Jared Daigle. (


01 - Bull Rider 05:26

02 - Heavy Pieces 04:01

03 - Here Today Gone Tomorrow 05:10

04 - For You Mr. King 05:10

05 - The Last Coke 06:26

06 - Raised In The Country 04:53

07 - Show Me That You Love Me 05:38

08 - Someplace For Evil 05:09

09 - Keep Singing The Blues 09:39

10 - Champagne And Reefer 05:04

11 - Funk It Up 05:44

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1 comment:

rintesh said...

Thanks for posting this.