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Mary LaRose - The Blue Guitar album flac Performer: Mary LaRose
Title: The Blue Guitar
Style: Free Improvisation, Avant-garde Jazz
Released: 2005
MP3 album: 1735 mb
FLAC album: 1736 mb
Rating: 4.8
Other formats: MP4 DXD MOD AAC MP2 AA MMF
Genre: Jazz

Blue Rose is the debut studio album by Rosemary Clooney, accompanied by Duke Ellington and his orchestra, released in mono on Columbia Records, catalogue CL 872. Although she had appeared on albums before, it had been in the context of either a musical theater or multiple artist recording

Blue Rose (5) ‎– Blue Rose. Label: Sugar Hill Records (2) ‎– SH-CD-3768. Country: US. Released: 1989. Bass – Molly Harmony Vocals, Banjo, Rhythm Guitar, Dulcimer – Cathy Harmony Vocals, Fiddle – Laurie Lead Vocals, Lead Guitar – Marcy Written-By – M. Marxer. Bass – Molly Dobro – Sally Harmony Vocals – Cathy Lead Vocals, Rhythm Guitar – Laurie Mandolin – Marcy Written-By – G. Haley.

He’d played the guitar since age 10, and was mechanically inclined with his hands, so the opportunity certainly sounded interesting. After interviewing for the open position with Hamer Guitars in New Hartford, Connecticut, D’Agostino was hired by (PG columnist) Jol Dantzig to join the crew. Though he didn’t set out to be a luthier, D’Agostino believes it was a calling of sorts and he quickly caught the guitar-builder bug. It was only a year later that he started LaRose Guitars as a side project while still working at Hamer. Classic Jazz D’Agostino’s Classic Jazz is a spec-on nod to a vintage Jazzmaster and the worn-blue-jean distressed finish of this particular piece is decorated with hand-drawn graphics from artist/ musician Sherri Dupree Bemis. Loaded up with Lollar Jazzmaster-style pickups in both the neck and bridge, other appointments on this classic-looking machine include the roller bridge from Schaller and TonePros Kluson tuners.

The Blue album was the Mesa recorded at very quiet levels, using Ocasek's P-90 equipped Les Paul special, I believe. But there is a lot of info out there which says that Rivers also used a Jaguar and a strat copy he had alongside Ocasek's guitars. In my opinion, putting all of the rare or vintage stuff aside, for Blue album or Pinkerton, I think any P-90 (or hot single coil pickup like a Lace Sensor) with a Proco Rat will get you pretty much there for a lot of the tones from those albums. He didn't finish building it til after they finished recording the Blue Album but it was used as his main guitar from then til he cracked the body near in half on tour. I believe the guts live on in another warmoth build Rivers did but I don't remember off of the top of my head.

The Guitar Album is a 1974 double compilation album featuring live performances of popular guitarists. Though it was originally released in the United States it was later reissued in the United Kingdom. Slunky" by Eric Clapton (B. Bramlett/E.

Songs for a Blue Guitar. Indie Rock Red House Painters. Band's List Indie Rock Red House Painters Songs for a Blue Guitar. 2. Songs for a Blue Guitar. 4. Priest Alley Song. 6. I Feel the Rain Fall. 7. Long Distance Runaround. 8. All Mixed Up. 9. Revelation Big Sur. 10. Silly Love Song. 11. Another Song for a Blue Guitar.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Let The Train Blow The Whistle/Blue Guitar 9:03
2 That Little Girl Of Mine 4:59
3 Ring Of Fire 3:43
4 Vision Song
Backing Vocals – Maya And Hallie Lederer*
5 Welcome To Heaven 7:14
6 We've Been Working On The Railroad 4:50
7 Autumn Leaves 3:23
8 The Great American Bum
Vocals – Matt WilsonVocals, Guitar – John LaRosa*
9 Ramble On 3:22
10 Working Class Hero 5:04
11 Rufus (Swung, His Face At Last To The Wind, Then His Neck Snapped) 2:34
12 These Boots Were Made For Walkin' 5:17

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Brooklyn Recording
  • Mixed At – Frank Booth Studio
  • Mastered At – The Hit Factory


  • Arranged By – Jeff Lederer, Mary LaRose
  • Bass – Chris Lightcap
  • Computer [Laptop], Organ [Electric Pump] – Andrew D'Angelo
  • Design – Guillermo Prado
  • Drums – Matt Wilson
  • Engineer [Recording] – Andy Taub
  • Guitar [Guitars], Vocals – Marc Ribot
  • Keyboards – Jamie Saft
  • Liner Notes – Jeff*, Mary*
  • Mastered By – Scott Hull
  • Mixed By – Jamie Saft
  • Painting [Cover] – Mary LaRose
  • Photography By [Photos] – Rob Lowell
  • Saxophone, Bass Clarinet, Vocals – Jeff Lederer
  • Trumpet – Steve Gluzband, Steven Bernstein
  • Vocals – Mary LaRose


Recorded at Brooklyn Recording Jan 13-14, 2004
Engineer Andy Taub
Mixed at Frank Booth Studios by Jamie Saft
Mastered at Scott Hull at The Hit Factory, NYC

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 783707187303
  • Barcode (Text): 7 83707 18730 3
  • Rights Society: BMI