Hot In The City - Various - New York Collection 1982
Label: New York Company - NYC 1982 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: Belgium • Genre: Electronic, Rock, Pop • Style: Pop Rock, Disco
As the title indicates, it was recorded live in New York City in It was released by Appleseed Recordings on July 14, On Live: New York CityDavid Bromberg and his band — Gene Johnson, Jeff Wisor, and Butch Amiot — play bluegrass Risin Up (Pete Hammond Unreleased Dub Mix) - Various - You Can Depend On Me - The Amazing Mixes Of folk songs using various combinations of acoustic guitarmandolinfiddleand bass guitar.
On AllMusicJeff Tamarkin said, "A listen to this ambiguously titled disc — nowhere does it say exactly where in New York City or when in the live performance took place — confirms repeatedly that Bromberg was a whiz as an instrumentalist. As a vocalist, less so, but his coterie of loyalists never held that against him, and there is a charm to his ragged singing that befits the down-home-ness of the pickin' Bromberg and his three support players wielding various acoustic stringed instruments keep the level of virtuosity high.
Sonic quality ain't all that, but the performances are killer. In The Bluegrass Special, David McGee wrote, "No mere relic of an Εγώ Θα Σου Μιλώ - Various - Τα Σουξέ Της Εποχής time by a younger artist at his peak, the David Bromberg Quartet's Live: New York Citypreviously available only years ago in a limited edition, has been remastered to a brilliant, pristine clarity Hot In The City - Various - New York Collection 1982 Marc Moss, the better to serve an evening of instrumental virtuosity alternately incendiary and sensitive, and soulful vocal meditations in blues and country Live: New York City captures a blessed night of music making by four gifted, deeply soulful musicians.
On BlogcriticsDavid Bowling said, Hot In The City - Various - New York Collection 1982 vocals are more than competent, but it is the instrumental interplay Impact - Impact - Legendes Urbaines is spectacular. The opening ten-minute medley gives each group member the opportunity to shine and fit their sound together.
Bromberg is at home on both the mandolin and fiddle and he melds with the other members of the group creating an ebb and flow of sound. Whether it is one mandolin and two fiddles or two fiddles and one mandolin playing together, the sound is full and harmonious In the final analysis, Live: New York City is a feast of sound and song, mostly within a bluegrass setting. On Folk and Acoustic Music Exchange, Mike Jurkovic wrote, "Be it Bob Dylan's as-of-then-unreleased, Desire -era country waltz " Wallflower ", or more traditional bluegrass fare as the rollicking "Stay All Night" or the classic "Dark Hollow", the superior musicianship and intuitive interplay that has defined not only Bromberg solo but his band excursions is on full glorious display throughout LNYC There's some fine picking and vocalizing, and the songs are fun to listen to.
It Love Street - The Doors - Waiting For The Sun serve as a workshop for up-and-coming pickers. Slow it down and try to play along, then gradually speed it up. If you can keep up, you'll be much improved by the end.
As such things go, Live is a lot of fun, if not always an exercise in subtlety From the sound of things, all concerned — wherever they were standing in relation to the stage — were having a good time that night.
I'm not a huge fan of live albums, but this is undoubtedly among the better ones From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. David Bromberg Quartet. Retrieved October 20, Philadelphia Daily News. Live: New York CityBlogcritics.
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