Cooder, Ry: Ry Cooder

Cooder, Ry SKU: 44084233
Cooder, Ry: Ry Cooder

Cooder, Ry: Ry Cooder

Cooder, Ry SKU: 44084233

Format: CD

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Title: Ry Cooder
Artist: Cooder, Ry
Label: Music on CD
UPC: 8718627236291
Genre: Rock

Ry Cooder, at the age of 22, stepped out from behind the shadows of the likes of Jackie DeShannon, Taj Mahal, the Rolling Stones, and Captain Beefheart, signing his own deal with Warner Brothers records in 1969. Cooder's eponymous debut creates an intriguing fusion of blues, folk, rock & roll, and pop, filtered through his own intricate, syncopated guitar; Van Dyke Parks and Lenny Waronker's production; and Parks and Kirby Johnson's string arrangements. And while he's still finding his feet as a singer, Cooder puts this unique blend across with a combination of terrific songs, virtuosic playing, and quirky, yet imaginative, arrangements. For material, Cooder, the son of folklorist parents, unearths ten gems - spanning six decades dating back to the 1920s - by legends such as Woody Guthrie, Blind Blake, Sleepy John Estes, and Leadbelly, as well as a current Randy Newman composition.

1.1 Alimony
1.2 France Chance
1.3 One Meat Ball
1.4 Do Re Mi
1.5 My Old Kentucky Home (Turpentine ; Dandelion Wine)
1.6 How Can a Poor Man Stand Such Times and Live?
1.7 Available Space
1.8 Pigmeat
1.9 Police Dog Blues
1.10 Goin' to Brownsville
1.11 Dark Is the Night
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