But I Like The Message - John Scofield - Piety Street (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Kazizshura
    John Scofield Piety Street Review. Album. Released the God-fearing message of Thomas A Dorsey's Never Turn Back gets a funky itch in its step, all scratchy guitar and trilling organ.
  2. Tojalkree
    John Scofield: Piety Street by George Graham (Emarcy B As broadcast on WVIA-FM 7/29/) Spirituals, or African American Gospel songs became a significant part of the folk music scene of the s, back before the rise of singer-songwriters, when folksingers did mainly traditional songs.
  3. Basida
    John Scofield's Piety Street is an exercise in musicology, but it's also much more than that. Without sacrificing the prominence of his electric guitar playing—just utilizing it from a different perspective—this gospel blues album further demonstrates how he has executed similar fusions, in altogether different contexts, throughout his extensive album career.
  4. Doujar
    Aug 13,  · There's really several phases of his playing/sound and all worth a listen: from the early rough-edged trio work w/ Swallow and Nussbaum, to the Miles Davis and after solo releases w/ the stereo chorus sounds, to the more recent jam band inspired work, his return to the trio setting.
  5. Mezigar
    Get all the lyrics to songs on Piety Street and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.
  6. Digal
    John Scofield - Piety Street Album Lyrics; 1. Motherless Child Lyrics: 2. That’s Enough Lyrics: 3. I'll Fly Away Lyrics: 4. The Angel Of Death Lyrics: 5. But I Like The Message Lyrics: 6. Walk With Me Lyrics: 7. Never Turn Back Lyrics: 8. Just A Little While To Stay Here Lyrics: 9. Ninety Nine And A Half Lyrics: The Old Ship Of Zion.
  7. Guhn
    Jan 01,  · In "Piety Street" jazz-blues-funk guitar guru John Scofield pays homage to the gospel-blues genre. In the 13 tracks on this album, Scofield covers classic gospel songs from James Cleveland, Thomas Dorsey and others with style and grace/5(25).
  8. Sajinn
    John Scofield (born December 26, in Dayton, Ohio, USA) is a jazz guitarist and composer, who played and eventually collaborated with Miles Davis.A bebop master, Scofield is simultaneously well acquainted with R&B and blues styles which he mixes seamlessly with his jazz playing. He recorded with Charles Mingus in , and replaced Pat Metheny in Gary Burton's quartet.
  9. Tek
    Song information for But I Like The Message - John Scofield on AllMusic. Song information for But I Like The Message - John Scofield on AllMusic John Scofield. Piety Street. Emarcy / .