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9 thoughts on “ Loopers Corner - Stefan Grossman & John Renbourn* - Stefan Grossman & John Renbourn (CD, Album)

  1. It contains ten of the 12 tracks from Stefan Grossman and John Renbourn, plus three tracks ("Water Gypsy," "Idaho Potato," and "All Things Parallel Must Converge") from the second Grossman/Renbourn studio collaboration, Under the Volcano. The contrasting styles of the two guitarists, and their willingness to listen to and spark off of each other, are what make the music .
  2. In , Grossman travelled to Europe, as a first step on a planned journey to India which was not completed. In London he stayed at first with Eric Clapton whom he had met whilst in Chicago Loop and met guitarists and singers on the British folk scene including Bert Jansch, John Renbourn, Davy Graham and Ralph McTell and The Young wiracogongsittmebaskeserlimisjets.coinfo began playing in folk clubs around the country.
  3. Keeper of the Vine: Best of John Renbourn and Stefan Grossman music CD album at CD Universe, enjoy top rated service and worldwide shipping.
  4. Sep 04,  · On October 16th, Riverboat Record will release on CD The Attic Tapes a "vintage" collection of John Reborn recordings made two or three years before his Transatlantic Records debut. The double gatefold edition with exclusive tracks will be released early in The tapes were discovered by Renbourn's friend Mac MacLeod who is also heard on the recordings as is Davy .
  5. This review celebrates the deluxe reissue of John Renbourn and Stefan Grossman In Concert, which features both men playing at the peak of their powers, back in the early 80's. The CDs are a combination of shows from Portland, Oregon and Sydney, Australia, while .
  6. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Stefan Grossman and John Renbourn - Stefan Grossman on AllMusic - /
  7. Stefan Grossman and John Renbourn, play both solo and as a duo. Titles include: Looper's Corner, The Shoes Of The Fisherman's Wife Are Some Jive Ass Slippers, Struttin' Rag, The Assassination of John Fahey, Tightrope, Judy, Angie, White House Blues, The English Dance, Trotto, Goodbye Porkpie Hat, Candyman, Spirit Le more.
  8. Nothing against New Yorker's, but Grossman's deep, deep Manhattan accent just destroys this album for me (despite some wonderful guitar work and vocals by Renbourn). Their duet on Candyman is simply obscene, with Grossman hamming up the falsetto part (c.f., Dave Van Ronk's wonderful cover)/5(2).

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