Geoff & Maria Muldaur —
Pottery Pie ... CD Warner/Hannibal, 1969. Used ...
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The duo of Geoff and Maria Muldaur – caught here at a perfect point in their career – and sounding especially nice with some great production from the legendary Joe Boyd! The album's got a more contemporary vibe than the early jug band material from Geoff – but it's also not in the smoother territory of Maria's later solo sides – and instead has this great blend of early 20th century musical elements with a hipper late 60s aesthetic – put together in ways that are never forced or hokey at all! In fact, the set may well be one of the best mergers of these modes from the Warner scene at the time – and the music is given a slight country current from the lead guitar of Amos Garrett, and pedal steel of Bill Keith. Titles include "Prairie Lullabye", "Trials Troubles Tribulations", "New Orleans Hopscop Blues", "Catch It", "Death Letter Blues", and "Brazil". CD
A great mix of hip hop and jazzy soul keys – composed and produced by beatmaker Budamunk and Tsuggs on the keys! The duo set an impeccable mood that holds strong throughout, true blue hip hop in the head nodding vibe built up from hypnotic beats cracking vinyl atmosphere and samples, but given such a strong current of soul jazz in the keys – really a great duo project with a pair that plays off each other very well. They're good hosts too, with guest players bringing in additional elements from live instrumentation to cuts. Includes "Mergers & Acquisitions", "Convinced", "Conveyor Belt Rolla", "Center-mental", "Thanks & Gro", "Evolving", "Half On A Baby", "Kozmic Question", "Amber Deck" and more. LP, Vinyl record album