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9 thoughts on “ Hoochie Coochie Man - Davy Graham - Hat (CD, Album)

  1. Highly influential, though often overlooked, British folk guitarist/vocalist Davy Graham recorded several albums during the s and then went into semi-retirement. This '69 outing, which features solid support by bassist Danny Thompson and drummer John Spooner, showcases Graham's Price: $
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  4. DAVY GRAHAM – Hat (Bread & Wine BRINECD-4) Hat, released in , was Davy Graham’s third album for Decca. The mixture of blues, jazz and mainstream songwriting with a little classical thrown in continues the pattern set by his earlier work but it is a rather slight album.
  5. Hoochie Coochie Man. Hoochie Coochie Man. out of 5 stars hat davy graham. Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 4 November I was led to believe by a number of critical and product reviews that this album is either not up to the caliber of Davy Graham's earlier albums, or at least represents some sort of creative holding /5(7).
  6. There's no such thing as a bad Graham album from the s. While Hat isn't necessarily the first one you should dig into, it offers the standard pleasures that you expect from his records: excellent, feverishly imaginative acoustic guitar playing; vibrant jazz-blues arrangements; and covers of blues numbers, Paul Simon, and wiracogongsittmebaskeserlimisjets.coinfo's just as capable of good-time blues ("I'm Ready.
  7. On paper, Davy Graham's last album for Decca--Hat--should be just as much of a winner as the previous three: he's again backed by The Pentangle's star bassist Danny Thompson, the guitar playing is top-notch, and the songs are a far-reaching blend of British folk, blues, international folk forms, and adaptations of contemporary tunes.
  8. Dave Berry - Hoochie Coochie Man () The Graham Bond Organisation - Long Legged Baby () Rod Stewart - Good Morning Little Schoolgirl () Steve Aldo - Baby What You Want Me To Do () John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers - Out Of Reach () Amen Corner - .

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