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  • CD (26 octobre 2004)
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  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B00065GHHE
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Yea good good 12 février 2014
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Interesting regional Texas perspective of acoustic country 1 novembre 2004
Par J. Ross - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Playing Time - 43:47 -- "Texas Unplugged" is a trademark of Palo Duro Records based in Ooltewah, TN. With the exception of the opening track, "Don't It Make You Wanna Dance?" composed by Rusty Wier and sung by T.C. Taylor, each of the original cuts on this Palo Duro artist sampler is written by the performer. When a singer does their own material, I often believe that they present it with an added amount of verve, enthusiasm, energy and ownership. This acoustic music collection includes twelve artists, each showcased in one track with only acoustic instruments. Of course, some do bring drums into the mix also.

Going beyond straight singer/songwriter fare, "Texas Unplugged" offers us a new regional perspective on acoustic country. There are some talented musicians to hear -- TC Taylor, Mike McClure, Becca Dalrymple, Ed Burleson, Houston Marchman, Deryl Dodd, Sisters Morales, Terri Hendrix, Eleven Hundred Springs, Larry Joe Taylor, Brian Burns and Tommy Alverson. In the past, I've reviewed projects from Ed Burleson and Eleven Hundred Springs, and the additional artists were treats to aurally experience. I especially liked the bluegrassy feel and vocals in Burleson's "The Way You've Been Treating Me," but I think they missed the boat by not incorporating banjo, dobro, and/or mandolin into this song. Some of the other cuts on "Texas Unplugged" seem to be missing full vocal harmony on the choruses too.

With blues, folk, country, western swing, honky-tonk and even rock influences, each cut takes on a life of its own. On many cuts, the myriad influences in acoustic Lone Star music tends to emphasize guitars, dobro and fiddle. Besides the vocals taking center stage, it's entertaining to tune into what some of the instrumental accompanists are doing. Fiddlers like Jeremy Watkins, Al Mouledous, Heather Woodruff, Thurston Selby, and Richard Bowden definitely provide a key ingredient for this label's Texas sound. Milking the sweet, bittersweet tones of the dobro are Milo Deering, Jeff Plankenhorn, David Spencer, and T-Roy Miller. Plankenhorn's expert riffs could've been laid a little higher in the mix.

Only one cut apiece includes some banjo, steel drums and accordion, and these different sounds provide some nice diversity on the sampler. David Spencer's lead classical guitar on Sister Morales' "Even the Rain" is a pleasant contribution. Despite these instrumental diversions, this project overall indicates to me that most Texas acousticians are still a little reluctant to push the envelope too far outside their comfort zones. They should consider moving into some less charted territory outside of their formulaic instrumental arrangements. Dang, if I'd been doing a cut for this project, I would've tried turning a few ears with such other widely available acoustic instruments as banjo, mandolin, bajo sexto, button accordion and maybe even a little charango for a change of pace.

Maybe that's why I particularly like Terri Hendrix's "Clicker." She sings about getting a life, plays papoose, incorporates banjo, takes a few risks, and thinks outside the typical box of music. "What could be sicker than me with my clicker?" Eleven Hundred Springs' "Kick Me When I'm Down" is also a well-written novelty song. I was also impressed by multi-instrumentalist Brian Burns who sings and plays guitar, bass, accordion, drums and percussion in his "Bicycling in a Border Town." His message is to "don't forget to lock your bicycle down, don't drink the water, don't eat the food, tell the senoritas you ain't in the mood."

Because this is only the first volume, we can expect a second release in this series celebrating Texas acoustic music in Fall, 2005. I look forward to it and encourage them to take even a few more risks in the Longhorn State. In the meantime, Volume 1 serves as a satisfying introduction to these artists albeit within the formulaic sideboards of fairly mainstream Texas acoustic pickins. (Joe Ross, staff writer, Bluegrass Now)
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great Americana music 14 septembre 2013
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Great Americana music that introduced me to some new artists. I loved it so much I bought Volume 2 as well.
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