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David Albert Alvin (born November 11, 1955) is an American singer-songwriter, guitarist, music producer and poet. He is a former and founding member of the roots rock band the Blasters. Alvin has recorded and performed as a solo artist since the late 1980s and has been involved in various side projects and collaborations. He has had brief stints as a member of the bands X and the Knitters.
David Albert "Dave" Alvin (born November 11, 1955) is an American singer-songwriter, guitarist, music producer and poet. Alvin has recorded and performed as a solo artist since the late 1980s, and has been involved in various side projects and collaborations as well Solo. Alvin's first solo album, entitled Romeo's Escape (entitled Every Night About This Time in England) and released in 1987, was well received by critics but didn't fare well in the marketplace.
There are two types of folk music: quiet folk music and loud folk music.
Dave Alvin (born November 11, 1955, in Downey, California), is an American guitarist, singer and songwriter. He has been one of the leading proponents of 'roots' or 'American' music, bringing together elements of rock-and-roll, blues, rural and tejano music. Alvin and his older brother Phil Alvin grew up loving Americana, country and blues. In 1979 they formed The Blasters with friends Bill Bateman and John Bazz.
Dave Alvin began examining the quieter side of his musical personality in earnest on his 1994 disc, King of California, and subsequent albums Blackjack David and Public Domain: Songs from the Wild Land followed in a similar path, leaving some fans to wonder when or if Alvin was ever going to crank up the amps in the recording studio again. though just a little bit.
Dave Alvin is one of the good guys. His love for America's traditional music has been apparent since the 1980s and the Blasters, an affectionately remembered rockabilly outfit which always had a folk song or two in its repertoire. Public Domain: Songs from the Wild Land (great title) sounds like the labor of love it undoubtedly is. It's a collection of (mostly) standards from the American songbag, some rocked-up - most surprisingly and wonderfully, the ordinarily somber "East Virginia Blues" (not really a blues, but Alvin almost turns it into one).
Downey to Lubbock by Dave Alvin, released 25 May 2018 1. Downey to Lubbock 2. Silverlake 3. Stealin' Stealin' 4. July, You’re a Woman 5. Buddy Brown's Blues 6. The Gardens 7. Get Together 8. . DOWNEY TO LUBBOCK was born by immaculate inspiration from live shows Dave Alvin and Jimmie Dale Gilmore performed in 2017. Just the two of them were swapping songs and cutting up, each with a guitar and a heart full of soul, musicians who’ve been on the road their entire adult lives. Despite tight schedules and hard deadlines, that album has come alive.
|A1||Fourth Of July||7:54|
|A2||Long White Cadillac||7:06|
|B1||Brother On The Line||6:42|
|B4||One Way Gal
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