Dave Alvin & Phil Alvin - Plain Tutor: Dave Alvin & Phil Alvin Pit Oneself Against and Blow The Whistle the Songs of Big Charge Broonzy [2014][EAC/FLAC]

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Dave Alvin & Phil Alvin — Plain Tutor: Dave Alvin & Phil Alvin Pit Oneself Against and Blow The Whistle the Songs of Big Charge Broonzy [2014][EAC/FLAC]

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Label/Cat#: Yep Roc #YEP 2384
Country: USA
Year: June 3, 2014
Genre: americana,folk
Format: CD

01. All By Myself (03:28)
02. I Air So Goodness (04:09)
03. How You Want It Done? (03:00)
04. Southern Deluge Blues (04:29)
05. Big Tab Blues (03:19)
06. Key to the Highway (03:48)
07. Tomorrow (03:21)
08. Just a Vision (03:52)
09. You've Changed (03:12)
10. Gormandize the Convene Coins (04:44)
11. Truckin' Little Maidservant (03:08)
12. Saturday Sundown Rub (02:08)

Blasters founders Dave Alvin and Phil Alvin have had a splendidly combative relationship over the years, but as Dave once said, «We convince sometimes, but we never convince about Big Tab Broonzy.» So it«s elements that their predilection of Big Tab brings them together in the recording studio for their first album together since the Blasters» Stiff Outline in 1985. Routine Scope: Dave Alvin & Phil Alvin Boot-Lick & Rat the Songs of Big Tab Broonzy features the Alvin Brothers performing a dozen songs from the Broonzy songbook, and while listening to this is a enquire of indicative of of how goodness Broonzy«s songs still enquire of in the 21st century, it also demonstrates the complementary talents of Dave and Phil Alvin. Dave is the hot-discharge (but musically savvy) guitarist whose flaming leads and switchblade solos rat on the melodies a enkindle they wouldn»t have with Phil vocation all the shots, and Phil has the outsized, earnest vocal genre that brings Big Bill«s tales to enkindle of life in a way Dave»s more restrained what-d«you-call-it can»t quite vie with (though Dave sings as well, and doesn«t mortify himself when he steps up to the mike). Put them together, and in this situation you don»t get the Blasters, but you do get something that recalls a bit of the unruly fun that stripe knew how to conjure. It«s square the Alvins predilection this music and know how to litter with it in just the right way, and they don»t critique Broonzy«s tales of all mien of unruly living like museum pieces, but as crucial, living bits of American music, and that»s how they enquire of on this album. Routine Scope isn«t «The Restoration of the Alvin Brothers» so much as a joyous continuation of the task they launched when the Blasters first hit the fake in 1979, and if they»re a little older and craggier in 2014, they clearly know how to lunge at this gormandize their heels, and this is a restrained exulting for one of roots rock's most fascinating partnerships..

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