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Delaney Bramlett - Giving Birth To A Song (Re-Re-Post)


















Delaney Bramlett - Giving Birth To A Song - 1975

by William Ruhlmann for Allmusic.com
Although his popularity was often eclipsed by the artists he mentored, Delaney Bramlett was an accomplished guitarist and singer/songwriter whose style influenced the likes of Eric Clapton, J.J. Cale, and Duane Allman. A native of Pontotoc, MS, he served time in the U.S. Navy before moving to Los Angeles in 1959. He soon became a member of the Shindogs, the resident band on the TV show Shindig. Such a job allowed Bramlett to rub shoulders with other notable musicians, and in 1967 he met Bonnie Lynn O'Farrell, a member of Ike & Tina Turner's backup group the Ikettes. The two were married within five days; they also formed a duo named Delaney & Bonnie. Read More HERE

Delaney Bramlett - Vocals, Guitar
Nick Van Maarth,  Jim McGrew - Guitar
Fred Riviera - Bass
Stu Perry - Drums, Percussion
Victor Pantonia - Congas, Percussion
Rick Sutherland - Keyboads
Jim Hobson - Piano, Clavinet
Cole Kesler - Harmonica


1975's Jimmy Bowen produced "Giving Birth To A Song" marked Delaney Bramlett's third solo album (and his third label in as many years).  Credited as 'Delaney and Blue Diamond' the album found Bramlett returning to the confines of a full fledged band.  Musically the set wasn't a major departure from his standing soul/rock moves. 

01. Giving Birth To A Song
02. I Get High
03. So Much In Love
04. My Lover's Prayer
05. (I Wanna) Stay Home With You
06. The Plug
07. Nothing Without You
08. Never No More Blues
09. Lonesome, Long Gone, And So Long
10. Over You
11. I Got Away







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2 comentários :

DeePeeGee disse...

Many thanks for this new link...and for doing it so quickly. Much appreciated

Only Good Song disse...

@DeePeeGee

Enjoy and Good Vibes