Hot Club Of Cowtown, The - What Makes Bob Holler mp3 album
- Performer: Hot Club Of Cowtown, The
- Title: What Makes Bob Holler
- Genre: World, Country
- Formats: MP3 WMA AU AUD XM VOX MP4
- MP3 album: 1628 mb
- FLAC album: 1418 mb
- Rating: 4.4/5
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It's hard to imagine why it's taken the Hot Club of Cowtown so long to record a tribute album to Bob Wills. Their Django-meets-Wills style makes the idea a natural, and when they've covered Wills in the past - either tunes he wrote or tunes associated with the Texas Playboys - they've always brought a modern sensibility to the tunes that makes them sound brand new. As a trio, they have to be resourceful to get the kind of full sound Wills got with his ensemble, but they're up to the task. When this album was released in the .
Album titlle: What Makes Bob Holler. Year of publication 2010. Label PROPER US. Artikelart CD. EAN: 0852007001425. Show all "HOT CLUB OF COWTOWN" articles. Similar products Customers also bought Customers also viewed. Ready to ship today, Delivery time appr.
Their 2011 album What Makes Bob Holler was a tribute to Bob Wills. The disc includes obscure B-sides with some of Wills' most popular work, including Big Balls in Cowtown and Stay a Little Longer, Osage Stomp and The Devil Ain't Lazy.
Probably around the 10,000th tribute album to Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys, this young, tight trio’s version nicely balances good, less-covered songs ( She’s Killing Me, The Devil Ain’t Lazy ) with the usual suspects ( Stay a Little Longer, a lovely all-instrumental Faded Love and the inevitable – especially for this band – Big Ball in Cowtown ). Hot Club of Cowtown ‘What makes Bob Holler’ Posted by Alan Harrison on February 3, 2011 at 7:30am. Hot Club of Cowtown What Makes Bob Holler Proper Records PRPCD071 . Flawless Western Swing and Jazz fusion as the Hot Club return to their roots. A new Hot Club of Cowtown release is a pretty big deal in these circles and as my detractors probably believe.
What Makes Bob Holler. The Hot Club's first album, 1998's Swingin' Stampede, was a collection of covers of classic tunes, including two written by Bob Wills, a major influence on the band. The Hot Club of Cowtown formed in 1996 as a Hot Jazz/Western swing group.
Maiden's Prayer (3:43) 05. Oklahoma Hills (3:15) 06. Big Ball In Cowtown (2:34) 07. Keeper Of My Heart (3:53) 08. Smith's Reel (1:53) 09. The Devil Ain't Lazy (2:35) 10. Along The Navajo Trail (3:06) 11. Faded Love (3:33) 12. What's The Matter With The Mill (2:34) 13. Osage Stomp (2:47) 14. Stay A Little Longer (3:04).
Neil Spencer enjoys Hot Club's honkytonk tribute to the king of western swing. The Hot Club have always had one foot in the gypsy jazz of Django Reinhardt, the other in the western swing of 40s Texas. Here, the New York trio offer a sweet tribute to the latter, specifically to swing king Bob Wills. Compared with Willie Nelson's recent visit to the same territory it's a low-key affair – this is no big band – but Hot Club punch above the weight of their guitar/violin/bass line-up and combined vocals.
02 - It's All Your Fault. 09 - The Devil Ain't Lazy. 06 - Big Ball In Cowtown. 12 - What's The Matter With The Mill. 03 - Time Changes Everything. Hot Club Of Cowtown - What Makes Bob Holler. What Makes Bob Holler.