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Translucent Blues Audiolibro, CD

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CD de audio , Audiolibro, CD, 24 may 2011
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"Con un poco de retraso, pero tan pronto como hemos podido, ponemos en circulación el ""discazo"" que a mediados de 2,011 facturaron Ray Manzarek, legendario teclista con The Doors y Roy Rodgers, guitarrista y cantante aclamado. Rhytm & Blues del de verdad. Imprescindible."

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  1. Hurricane
  2. River of Madness
  3. Game of Skill
  4. Fives and Ones
  5. Klick
  6. Tension
  7. Blues in My Shoes
  8. New Dodge City Blues
  9. Greenhouse Blues
  10. Those Hits Just Keep on Comin'
  11. As You Leave - Manzarek, Ray & Rogers, Roy
  12. An Organ, a Guitar and a Chicken Wing

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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A Pleasant Surprise 1 de enero de 2013
Por Kurt Harding - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
Having missed the last collaboration between Ray Manzarek and Roy Rogers, I am pleasantly surprised to hear how good this one is. Reviews are all over the board, but if you give this an honest listen and are not expecting some blues revival, you should find a lot to enjoy too.
Is there are touch of the Doors? Well, yes there are a couple pieces that wouldn't have sounded out of place on Morrison Hotel or LA Woman. But no way is Translucent Blues a Doors redux. The recording starts out enjoyably enough, maybe even a little commercial in places, until it starts to gain traction on Kick. From there on to the finish, it's mostly great stuff. My favorites are Kick, Tension, New Dodge City Blues, Greenhouse Blues, and a pair of instrumentals: the suave, jazzy As You Leave and the rollicking An Organ, A Guitar, and a Chicken Wing. The duo's sidemen put in some great performances, particularly George Brooks on tenor saxophone.
The CD comes packaged in a standard plastic jewel case and is accompanied by an attractive insert containing all pertinent album info, a few pics, and the lyrics. If you haven't heard anything from Manzarek for a while, check this out. Though in his 70s, he shows he still has the mojo!
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great Musicians -- Great Music 31 de marzo de 2012
Por applewood - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
The music here is a masterful and lively 5 star production, a beautiful synthesis of keyboards and slide guitar. Ray Manzarek lays down the grooves on the solid backbone of Kevin Hayes' drumming, along with George Brooks' tasteful sultry tenor sax, but its Roy Rogers who steals the show with his slide wizardry. What isn't so hot are the lyrics, the vocals are fine in their distinctive way, but the content of the songs come across as an uneven mix of run-of-the-mill blues fare, acid-casualty rock, and Junior-High garage band silliness (Roy Rogers' two songs are noticeably better).

The result is that for me the most satisfying tracks are the last two instrumentals, and it would have been even better if the band had ended it on the tender and mature second to last one (Rogers' "As You Leave"), or just switched the order....Yet, if you can disregard the lyrics, the music and musicianship are top notch. Oh, and the title "Translucent Blues" is pretty cool too.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas I have no new insight for you, but... 26 de junio de 2011
Por jomammah - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
this is the most exciting album I've heard since Kenny Wayne Shepherd's 'Ten Days Out'. Can't really comment on the lyrics, I haven't paid 'em much mind yet. I recognize The Doors' legacy in some of it. Roy Rogers is new to me, but I really enjoy 'Split Decision'.

This is just a great kick back and relax listen. Blues, rock, and roots rock maybe, with pinches of other styles? Talented artists and good recordings have me toe-tapping right along.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas The Jazz end of Blues 1 de julio de 2013
Por eclecticwhyzas - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
I bought this because I LOVE Roy Rogers and I wanted to see how he would mesh with Ray Manzarek. I felt Roy was obscured to a degree in this disc, but I have to say the songs are really interesting and although not what I expected, quite enjoyable. There are some Rockin' Blues tunes as well as Jazzier cuts. Translucent Blues says it better than I can.
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Smells like The Doors.... 16 de julio de 2011
Por Regnal the Caretaker - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
..but not on every composition. I expected some kind of new sound from this collaboration, more guitar blasts. Instead I found familiar domination of Ray's keyboard and piano, while Roy's playing is most the time quiet and on the background (with some exceptions). Last composition "An organ, a Guitar and a Chicken Wing" sounds like a filler, but I can live with it. I do not complain, generally speaking, the music is great.