Monday, June 13, 2016

Grinder's Switch feat. Garland Jeffreys 1970 Grinder's Switch feat. Garland Jeffreys

Genre: Blues-Rock
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:34:51
Size: 79,71 MB

United States

Clearly influenced by The Band, Garland Jeffreys and Grinder's Switch is Garland Jeffreys's debut release. If you are familiar with Garland's music this album will surprise you. There is no reggae styling and little social commentary. Instead you will hear a warm and rustic appreciation of American music. Vocally, Jeffreys is in fine form with great support from Ernest Corallo (guitars, mandolin) and Stan Szelest (keyboards, harmonica). The stand outs for me include the drinking songs "Sister Divine" and "Last Night I Drove down to the Bar(Women and Wine)". If you are a fan of Music from Big Pink or The Basement Tapes I would suggest giving this album a listen. On a historical note John Cale used the same producer - Lewis Merenstein - and musicians (credited as Penguin) on his Vintage Violence album. (muggles)


01 - Sister Divine 04:15

02 - Father, The Son And The Holy Ghost 03:51

03 - Won't Ya Come Back Home 02:26

04 - Dear Jolly Jack 03:42

05 - And Don't Be Late 02:42

06 - An Imaginary Invalid 04:02

07 - Last Night I Drove Down To The Bar (Women And Wine) 02:09

08 - Evening 01:50

09 - They Call Me Fortune And Fame 02:19

10 - Seven Sleepers' Den 07:35

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