Category: Rock

Who Could Ask For More - The Statesmen Quartet - No Greater Love (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  2. Vinyl LP reissue of this album from the avant-garde guitarist. The Ascension is a colossal achievement. After touring much of with an all-star band featuring four guitarists (Branca, fellow composers Ned Sublette and David Rosenbloom, and future Sonic Youth member Lee Ranaldo) along with Jeffrey Glenn on bass and Stephan Wischerth on.
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  5. This is quintessential Statesmen and is encored. Another one of my favorite cuts on the album. This again has been redone many times, but no one can match the Statesmen. It’s Worth More – Slower paced song that features Jake Hess, and features some nice modern harmony in it as well, which showcases the immense talent of the Statesmen.
  6. Jan 28,  · Unfortunately, even though I originally entered album and date info, my MAGIX program will only retrieve title and artist info. It's always been that way. Rather annoying. We start with the Statesmen Quartet, from The three selections are from the RCA LP, Camp-Meeting Hymns, which appears to not be on CD. Bluegrass gospel great Carl Story.
  7. Mar 13,  · They put out an ESP-sampler vinyl that you could buy for a $ It didn’t have whole songs, but it had bits of everything from Sun Ra to William Burroughs to Pharoah Sanders.
  8. MORE INFO. Vinyl Reissue of the classic solo album, out of print on vinyl since release in ! Gatefold Sleeve, printed inners sleeves on white vinyl! 1. How It Should Be, 2. Wasted and Ready, 3. Family Tree, 4. Commerce, TX, 5. In Other Words, 6. Walk On Me, 7. Make it Up, 8. No Reason, 9. Lizzy, Harriet’s Got A Song, Falling.