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Ry Cooder's 1974 studio release featuring covers of traditional blues, gospel, jazz and roots musicTamp 'em up Solid - https://youtu.be/9wMQIOfCQlsJesus is o.


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US: 2179-2. Original LP released in 1974. Recorded, mixed & originally mastered at Warner Bros. Studios, N. Hollywood. Additional recording at The Burbank Studios. All selections published by Tonopah & Tidewater - BMI except: 5.


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Ry Cooder - Paradise And Lunch (1974) - Album Review. Ry Cooder is one of the greatest slide guitar geniuses that the world of popular music has ever known, but Ry Cooder is very clear that a great album cannot be just a platform to show his expertise with the guitar. Cooder is much more than a great guitarist and his solo albums are much more.


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Paradise and Lunch, an Album by Ry Cooder. Released in May 1974 on Reprise (catalog no. MS 2179; Vinyl LP). Genres: Roots Rock, Americana. Rated #238 in the best albums of 1974. Featured peformers: Ry Cooder (vocal, guitar), Milt Holland (drums, percussion), Jim Keltner (drums), Russ Titelman (electric bass, voice, producer), Chris Ethridge (electric bass), Ronnie Barron (piano, organ), Red.


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Paradise and Lunch is the fourth album by roots rock musician Ry Cooder, released on June 8, 1974 on Reprise Records. The album is composed of cover versions of jazz, blues and roots standards and obscurities recorded at the Warner Brothers Studios. The final track, "Ditty Wah Ditty," showcases a duet between Cooder and jazz pianist Earl "Fatha" Hines.


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Ry Cooder's exceptional Paradise and Lunch takes a popular precept - music as the common denominator across all languages and styles - to extremes few artist.


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Ry Cooder. Amazon.ca. Think of Ry Cooder as a musicologist who makes learning fun. A particularly nifty collection from 1974, Paradise & Lunch is solo Cooder at his best. The song selection is inspired and unpredictable: numbers by Burt Bacharach, Mississippi Fred McDowell, and Bobby Womack mingle with ease. "Tattler" is a rare Ry original that.


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1. Tamp 'Em Up Solid5. It's All Over Now6. Medley- Fool For A Cigarette - Feelin' Good


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The traditional spiritual "Jesus on the Mainline" gets a Salvation Army band treatment that stands comfortably alongside Cooder's mellow reggae-inflected rendition of Bobby Womack's "It's All Over Now.". At times, Paradise and Lunch sounds like a lost Little Feat album—co-producer Russ Titelman also helmed Little Feats' debut.


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Paradise and Lunch is the fourth album by roots rock musician Ry Cooder, released on June 8, 1974 on Reprise Records. The album is composed of cover versions of jazz, blues and roots standards and obscurities recorded at the Warner Brothers Studios. The final track, "Ditty Wah Ditty," showcases a duet between Cooder and jazz pianist Earl "Fatha" Hines.


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Paradise and Lunch Ry Cooder. Released 1974. Paradise and Lunch Tracklist. 1. Tamp 'Em Up Solid Lyrics. 2. Tattler Lyrics. 3. Married Man's a Fool Lyrics. 4. Jesus On The Mainline.


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Cooder's take on Blind Willie McTell's "Married Man's A Fool" is one of his most rocking moments, but the highlight of the album is "Walls Don't Talk.". With its layers of interlocked guitar and shuffling, chunky groove, Little Milton's song about the trustworthy nature of inanimate objects rollicks with grinning jubilation.


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From 1974, Paradise And Lunch amply demonstrates all of his gifts from the opening twangs of the first track, the traditional work song 'Tamp 'Em Up Solid'. Cooder sets it to a lively shuffle beat, and colours it with gorgeous gospel-like male backing vocals, while his guitar sparkles and dances throughout.