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Guarapero: Lost Blues 2 Import

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1. Drinking Woman
2. The Spider's Dude Is Often There
3. Gezundheit
4. Let The Wires Ring
5. Big Balls
6. For The Mekons Et Al
7. Stable Will
8. Every Mother's Son
9. No More Rides
10. The Risen Lord
11. Boy, Have You Cum
12. Patience
13. Take However Long You Want
14. Sugarcane Juice Drinker
15. Call Me A Liar
16. O Lord Are You In Need?

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A companion album to the Lost Blues and Other Songs album of assorted odds, ends and oops from warbling Kentucky croonster WILL OLDHAM (PALACE, BONNIE PRINC BILLY). A sixteen-song collection of rare and lost tunes - many of which have never been issued on a legitimate commercial release - including two tracks from the Albini recorded Guarapero album which was never released. Features guest musicians MICK TURNER, DAVID GRUBBS, JIM WHITE, NED OLDHAM, TIFFANY WHITE-POUNDERS and COLIN GAGON.

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Y'all. It's the B sides. 10 Oct 2003
By Leroy Trims - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This album isn't Lost Blues, no. While Lost Blues is the most direct Oldham-as-Palace release because it's the A sides of singles, this is a collection where he stretches out as a songwriter. There are loud songs, songs with fiddles, a drum machine and tape hiss. Between it all is arguably Will's most raw crooning! If you prefer Lost Blues and its like with the melodies of Bonny Billy, fair enough, but this collection is the flipside and just as frequently transcendent.
Lost...and found! 8 May 2000
By Rob Damm - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Wow. I'm seeing a lot of mixed reviews for that CD, and that excites me. See, this is my first Will Oldham et al. CD, and if this isn't the pinnacle, then I can't wait to hear the rest! This was the only disc by Will, palace, etc. available in my area, so I picked it up and have been utterly fascinated by it ever since. It has a weird hypnotic quality to it... almost like lsitening to insects on a summer night... it's organic, spooky, endlessly mysterious. Each listen reveal a new wrinkle. I put this in the same category as the best works by Giant Sand, Richard Buckner, Magnetic Fields... There is a genuine mysticsm to it. I ordered a few more Palace and Will Oldham CD's, and I can't wait to hear what his "A List" stuff sounds like.
This is and artist I'm really glad I stumbled upon. There's a truly genuine, unrehearsed magic to the rough-cut gems. If you are a fan of Giant Sand, etc. I reccomend this CD very highly
Only to make your collection more complete 23 April 2000
By Joachim Lyssens - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
When Ode Music came out in January, I was eagerly anticipating Will's new cd, but I am a little disappointed with this second Lost Blues cd. It mainly offers you a sloppy collection of old stuff and alternate takes of old songs. Real Palace fans will buy this cd no matter what, but if you're just beginning to discover Will's music, then start elsewhere, I'd suggest. But anyway, most of the songs are still quite good, but this cd was hardly a surprise to me and left me wanting for more and better! No hard feelings, it's just a redundant compilation for the real fans who want to complete their collection.
Another great collection! 23 Mar 2000
By Wallace Dorff - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is a remarkable follow up to Lost Blues, which in itself was amazing. This collection of relatively difficult to find 7"s will rest nicely in any fan's CD player; it might not leave for a while, though.
Incredible collection from Stable Will. 17 Mar 2000
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Many parts of this recording leave me breathless. It evolves into an intersting collection of scenery amidst pereptive conception. Big balls cover is brilliant. Listening to this is better than watching a movie.
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