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Shackles And Chains - John Stewart (2) - California Bloodlines (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. California Bloodlines is the second album by folk musician John Stewart, former member of the Kingston was named by Rolling Stone as of one of the best albums of all time. This record, which was considered by many to be Stewart's signature album, was recorded in Nashville. Stewart used some of the same musicians who performed on Bob Dylan's Nashville Skyline, which was Genre: Folk, alternative country.
  2. California Bloodlines by John Stewart - CD () for $ from Folk Uncut: 4 stars out of 5 -- '[T]hese are rough-edged, live-to-tape, country-tinged songs that hit the right balance of reflection, sentiment and heartache ' - Order by Phone /5(20).
  3. 1-CD with page booklet, 24 tracks. Playing time approx. 74 mns. After seven years in the Kingston Trio and several years as a hit songwriter (the Monkees' ‚Daydream Believer’ etc), John Stewart launched his solo career in with the Capitol album, "California Bloodlines".Recorded in Nashville with many of Music City's frontline pickers (including guitarist Fred Carter, Jr. and steel.
  4. Jul 01,  · Classic Americana Albums: John Stewart “California Bloodlines” (Capitol, ) It’s February and while Woodstock is yet to happen, the sixties have peaked, psychedelia is a busted flush and Dylan and The Band are leading a return to more traditional American music.
  5. ‘Shackles And Chains’ rattles along like a freight train on fire and the closing ‘Never Going Back’ has one of the liveliest pedal steel solos ever, played by Lloyd Green. Inspired, Stewart says, by the spoken word credits at the end of the movie ‘Fahrenheit ’ (directed by Francois Truffaut), he name checks all the musicians as.
  6. Of the shackles and the chains Let me go, let me ramble I don't want to know the pain Of the rattle and the clatter Of the shackles and the chains Barstow, on to L.A. Set my soul a-saying C'mon you old railroad You ain't got a shackle or a chain You ain't got a shackle or a chain Let me go, let me ramble I don't want to know the pain Of the.
  7. Apr 13,  · “Rambler Get On Board” is a wonderful folk song with a traditional sound and theme, riding the rails. That’s followed by “Shackles And Chains,” a song that would be included on John Stewart’s second solo album, California Bloodlines, where it has a full it has more of a folk sound, and moves at a quick pace.
  8. Issued in , California Bloodlines is regarded by many to be singer/songwriter John Stewart's finest work. That's debatable, but it is a hell of an album. Stewart, who had finally left behind the Kingston Trio to pursue a solo career, solidified it here. Well known as the guy who wrote "Daydream Believer" for the Monkees, Stewart proved to be a credible, sometimes even enigmatic performer.

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