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The Dirty Delta Blues

Post  Nicolaoua on Fri 15 Mar - 9:16

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Here is an excerpt from an interview of Judah Bauer:

"What’s the Blues Explosion all about to you?

[...]

Bauer: For someone who loves music, the Blues Explosion has a lot of interesting references. When I play with someone like Cat Power, I don’t feel like the fans are as big of music fans. I could play an awesome guitar solo in Cat Power and no one would care. They’re more like Chan Marshall fans and they don’t recognize a James Brown breakbeat or all the different genres or a country lick. A lot of Blues Explosion fans get that these things are happening. I think we put it together in a good way. Sometimes it’s paying it homage, sometimes it’s ripping it in half, and sometimes it’s humorous—and a lot of times it’s just a good influence that we’ve made our own."

http://www.premierguitar.com/Magazine/Issue/2012/Oct/Interview_Jon_Spencer_Blues_Explosion.aspx

Merci à Corto pour l'info.

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Re: The Dirty Delta Blues

Post  changeling on Thu 4 Apr - 7:44

Nicolaoua wrote:One topic was missing here...

Here is an excerpt from an interview of Judah Bauer:

"What’s the Blues Explosion all about to you?

[...]

Bauer: For someone who loves music, the Blues Explosion has a lot of interesting references. When I play with someone like Cat Power, I don’t feel like the fans are as big of music fans. I could play an awesome guitar solo in Cat Power and no one would care. They’re more like Chan Marshall fans and they don’t recognize a James Brown breakbeat or all the different genres or a country lick. A lot of Blues Explosion fans get that these things are happening. I think we put it together in a good way. Sometimes it’s paying it homage, sometimes it’s ripping it in half, and sometimes it’s humorous—and a lot of times it’s just a good influence that we’ve made our own."

http://www.premierguitar.com/Magazine/Issue/2012/Oct/Interview_Jon_Spencer_Blues_Explosion.aspx

Merci à Corto pour l'info.

It sounds like petty criticism to me:) Rolling Eyes

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