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Posted by Trudi Brown on April 02, 2012. 0 Comments

 A Review from Croatia :-) (translated using GoogleChrome's page translation service):

Bushmaster - "Revolution Rhapsody aka: Uprising Music"
Author / Moderator: Owen Andric, on 03/30/2012 15:11

After only one listening to the album Revolution Rhapsody aka: Uprising Music I thought this is a strange creation. I left this afternoon, the whole thing went by and I walk to my head clears a bit. In this walk through some things have come together. Ma, who listened to the band Bushmaster and who has heard of guitarist Gary D. Brown? Personally I did not even know who he was until a few weeks. Thanks very Living Blues Magazine, Unoyaga Records and Todd Glazer from Todd Glazer Promotions I came to the first information on this story. I am glad, that she can share with you, dear visitors Blues Corner . Album Revolution Rhapsody aka: Uprising Music band Bushmaster definitely classified as musical accomplishments, which I like to remember every now and again to return to their devices. The reasons are multiple, and this is important: - along the lines of what is actually presented the greatest guitarists of modern music in general, that is not the only blues - his genuine instrumental virtuosity Gary D.Brown fascinated by everything around him. Extremely interesting and unpredictable guitar manuscript Gary Brown will continue to give many reasons for thinking large and repeatedly surprise. - the band Bushmaster certainly will, with his new, fourth album of blues Revolution Rhapsody aka: Uprising Music cement his apparent openness to the inevitable and new valorizations musical expression, especially when it comes to this, the new 21st Century To capture this new, fourth album in a row did the band Bushmaster: Gary D. Brown - guitar on all 16 original songs and vocals in the songs: 1,4,5,6,8,9,11 & 12, backing vocals song (3) Jay A. Turner - bass John Thomakos - drums in the songs: (3,5,7,9,10,13), percussion (1, 4) Spencer Brown - drums (1,2,3,4, 6,8,11,12) Kirk Myers - keyboards (3,5,6,7,12) Rodger EDSALL-harp (4 & 8) Glen Shirley - Acoustic Guitar (13) Steve Wright-acoustic guitar (2) Kelly Bell - vocals (13,3,4), percussion 3 & 10) Rob Thorworth - vocals (2 & 12) Sarah Wiskeman - vocals (3), backing vocals (4 & 12) Amal Mahrauki - backing vocals (12) Trudi Brown - backing vocals (4.8), (2 & 10)
There are also: 
Jaime Acuna (owner of Mexican restaurant Chaparritas, Carlisle, PA) - narration - Spanish (4) 
Randy P. - intro narration - German 
Mr.X - narrative (1) 
Alycia Danai Rosario - outro narration 
Brood Ten 17yr cicadas - Percussion (13) 
Green Frogs - vocals (9) 
Atlantic Ocean - percussion (9) 
It was shot in 14 straight songs for the album and all the royalties, which only further emphasizes the authoring side of Gary Brown, whom the daring and impressive security needs without any hesitation pay his respects. Of course, not all songs exactly the same intensity, but it might not be good, there are some oscillations exist when the amplitude is concerned I feel in some songs, but this does not disturb the complete album experience. So I would definitely like to point out the following compositions: Cumberland Blues, Victim Of Nostalgia, People, phony, Ball 'n' Jack, War On The Poor, 40 Acres and a Mule, nothing up your sleeve and We All Fall Down, and there are two excellent instrumental theme: Sidewalk Strut and Trudi . Specifically, such surprises are in fact very much needed, they actually give 'something' album, which is symbolically called the Revolution Rhapsody aka: Uprising Music and it's just that the growing revolutionary or Rhapsody music. That is why we find here: War On The Poor - a great blues. Arizona Shame On Ya - protest song, I Will Shine in that the distinctive 'southern rock' style, like the legendary Johnny 'Guitar' Watson, etc., it might be there still a lot to write but we go further. album was recorded in studios WrightWay in Baltimore, MD to the executive producer Gary Brown and co-producer Steve Wright, who brought together a truly remarkable, but also a great album, on which we can find a really colorful painted and variety of music. All this led to an unusually interesting album, you will not just sit by the first, but listen again and you will see what happens. Of course, now I write everything, and leave yourself to discover the magic of this album. But try to imagine what you get if you connect Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Robin Trower, Frank Marino, Freddy King, Randy California, Randy Hansen, Eric Galesa Funkadelic ... and it will be a range of distinctive musical surprises. RECOMMENDATION: Because somehow I must finish this my review, I'm always looking to be in some way compelling and effective, however, that in the end give some abridgement of the story, I know I'm not always as successful, but so it is always difficult to be excellent. After all, what is missing oscillations? If you are experiencing a kind of 'break' then they are even needed. All of this fact is that some of my recommendations, if you choose for the album R Evolution aka Rhapsody: Uprising Music band Bushmaster , I assure you that you will not go wrong. Quite the contrary. So look for this album and prepare for unusual and exciting musical journey. And here's what they write, others: Bushmaster provides something here for everyone and plenty to Contemplate . - Wetnight Rainey, Blues Blast Magazine More of everything is available at: BushmasterBlues.com Unoyaga. Webs.com LivingBlues.com



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