July 29, 2013 - It Rock And Roll
 

Day: July 29, 2013

FOFotheringay’s only album – the beautiful self-titled ‘Fotheringay’ – has long been regarded as one of the finest achievements of British folk-rock. Originally released in 1970, soon after Sandy Denny left Fairport Conventiion, the album includes some of her finest vocal performances and some of her finest original compositions.

Band:

Sandy Denny – guitar, piano, vocals
Trevor Lucas – guitar, vocals
Jerry Donahue – guitar, vocals
Pat Donaldson – bass, vocals
Gerry Conway – drums
Linda Thompson – vocals
Todd Lloyd – vocals

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flProduced by Rob Girardi at Lord Baltimore Studios. Mixed by Chris “Frenchie” Smith at The Bubble in Austin, TX. Mastered by Dave McNair Mastering, “Lowlands” will be released soon.
“This was the first chance we’ve had to work with a producer and it made all the difference. Rob was totally focused on the execution of the recording giving us the freedom to completely absorb ourselves in the performance. During overdubs, he also kept us on task so we didn’t slip down the rabbit hole of psychedelic weirdness. We were also really lucky to record with some incredibly talented guest musicians, including Dave Hadley on pedal steel, Ryan McBride on sitar and Katrina Ford (of Celebration) on back up vocals.”

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CCCC Coletti is back with a new album, Bring It On Home. The album was recorded by Chesky Records.Her powerful, warm voice combined with the well respected guitarist/producer Anthony Krizan brings a new and modern play on songs like, Led Zeppelin’s “Rock And Roll”, Howlin’ Wolf’s “Killing Floor” and many more.

Tracks:

01 In My Time Of Dying
02 When The Levee Breaks
03 Bring It On Home
04 You Shook Me
05 Black Dog
06 I Can’t Quit You Babe
07 Killing Floor
08 Bron-Y Aur-Stomp
09 Nobody’s Fault But Mine
10 Whole Lotta Love
11 Rock And Roll

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