Luscious Lady - Darondo - Listen To My Song: The Music City Sessions (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Vojinn
    Aug 23,  · The CD offers the complete sessions while the special vinyl edition approximates the album that Darondo should have issued in , but Ray Dobard’s notorious parsimony and hubris meant singer and label parted company far too quickly, leaving only the Music City 45 of “Didn’t I” as evidence of their brief association.
  2. Fenrijin
    This is the root: Darondo's lost album, recorded in and Indispensable street funk and soul balladry from a Bay Area legend. All titles are previously unissued Music City recordings and (), except where noted/5(7).
  3. Gokree
    Thus, “Listen To My Song: The Music City Sessions” provides some closure – as well as indisputable evidence, should you need it, that Darondo is one of the greats. Be sure to also check out the vinyl edition, which approximates the album that would have been issued back in
  4. Vudogal
    Aug 05,  · These 16 tracks were recorded in two all night sessions at the Music City Recording Studio in 73 and Darondo comes on like a grittier version of Al Green and cooks up a range of rhythm and blues styles, from JBs influenced funk in "Get up off your butt" to ballads with a grief-strucken falsetto in songs like "Didn't I" or "Listen to my song"/5(43).
  5. Gardataxe
    Shop Listen to My Song: Music City Sessions [VINYL]. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.
  6. Zululrajas
    Luscious Lady. Darondo. From the Album Listen to My Song: The Music City Sessions August 5, out of 5 stars 1 rating After listening to this song I'm embarrassed to have never heard of Darondo before. After just one listen this has become one of my 5/5(1).
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  8. Dura
    Sep 27,  · In stores August 23, Listen To My Song: The Music City Sessions features two of Darondo's most well-known tracks — Didn't I and Listen To My Song — the LP adds eight previously unissued recordings.
  9. Duran
    A goldmine of grooves that shows off Darondo in his streetwise prime. Pressed on g linen coloured vinyl. “This is the root, you got the root!”, exclaimed Darondo as he padded around the white carpet of his upstairs living room, arms raised in celebration of the fact that the 42 year-old tracks we were listening to, long thought lost, had miraculously survived – and sounded just as.

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