Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee Live At the New Penelope Cafe 180g LP (Mono)
Rare 1967 Recording On 180g Vinyl Mono LP!
Remastered & First Time On Vinyl!
Pioneering folk-blues duo of the 19602 blue revival! Available for the first
time on vinyl, “Live At The New Penelope Café”, recorded in Montreal in 1967,
showcases the famous blues duo in unusually lively form. It’s possible that the
duo weren't even thinking about the fact that they were being recorded which
resulted in a less stiff and formal performance than they could sometimes
deliver when playing in front of collegiate audiences.
The result is a record a bit louder and noisier, but also more exciting than
most of their other live albums -- the voices mesh together a bit rougher and
more honestly than they do on some of their other live releases. The sound is
clean mono, with the audience present but not overly obtrusive.
• 180g Vinyl
• Deluxe gatefold package
• Limited time download card - includes all album tracks & a digital booklet
• First time on vinyl
• Gatefold jacket
Sonny Terry, harmonica, vocals
Brownie McGhee, acoustic guitar, vocals
1. Hooray Hooray (These Women Is Killing Me)
2. Cornbread, Peas And Black Molasses
3. Pack It Up And Go
4. Sportin' Life
5. Come On If You're Coming
1. Born With The Blues
2. Easy Rider
3. Hootin' The Blues
4. Under Your Hood<