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Blues on Blonde on Blonde

  • 1. Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 - Brian Stoltz
    2. Most Likely You Go Your Way (And I'll Go Mine) - Sue Foley
    3. Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat - Walter Trout
    4. Visions of Johanna - Anders Osborne
    5. Pledging My Time - Duke Robillard
    6. Just Like a Woman - Eric Bibb
    7. Stuck Inside of Mobile with the Memphis Blues Again - Joe Louis Walker
    8. Obviously 5 Believers - Sean Costello
    9. One of Us Must Know (Sooner or Later) - Clarence Bucaro
    10. Temporary Like Achilles - Deborah Coleman
    11. I Want You - Cyril Neville
    12. Absolutely Sweet Marie - C.J. Chenier
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 83567

  • Credits
    ProducerClarence Bucaro; Eric Bibb; Gary Compton; Randy Labbe; Richard Studholme; Sue Foley; Levi B. Saunders
    EngineerPatrick Miller; Jeff Hamann; Jeff Bakos; Lincoln Clapp; Pete Carlson; Richard Studholme; Steve Drown

    Personnel includes: Eric Bibb, Sean Costello, Sue Foley, Duke Robillard, Walter Trout, Joe Louis Walker, Clarence Bucaro (vocal, guitar); C.J. Chenier (vocal, accordion); Brian Stoltz (guitar); Tommy Shannon (bass); Chris Layton (drums).
    Personnel: Anders Osborne (vocals, guitar, piano, organ); Clarence Bucaro, Duke Robillard, Eric Bibb, Joe Louis Walker, Sean Costello, Sue Foley, Walter Trout, Brian Stoltz (vocals, guitar); C.J. Chenier (vocals, accordion); Cyril Neville, Deborah Coleman (vocals); Lincoln Clapp (acoustic guitar); Levi B. Saunders (banjo); Gary Compton (harmonica); David Torkanowsky, Matt McCabe (piano); Chris Layton, Tom Bona (drums).
    Recording information: Studio, Portland, ME (07/2002).
    When Bob Dylan's pop masterpiece Blonde on Blonde was originally released in 1966, young white musicians, including Dylan, had spent the earlier part of the decade paying tribute to blues artists who influenced them. It seems rather odd that in 2003 the tables have turned somewhat. Fully 37 years after the debut of Blonde on Blonde, Telarc gathers an assembly of contemporary blues artists to pay tribute to Dylan's masterpiece from his controversial electric period. On these 12 tracks, the Double Trouble rhythm section of Tommy Shannon on bass and Chris Layton on drums backs up such luminaries as C.J. Chenier, Deborah Coleman, Duke Robillard, Cyril Neville, and Joe Louis Walker. The best way to approach a project like this is to simply enjoy it on its own terms and not compare it to the original. With that in mind, this is an extremely enjoyable set, although it is hard to ignore the exclusion of "4th Time Around" and the 11-minute opus "Sad Eyed Lady of the Lowlands." ~ Al Campbell

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