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Label: Stefan Grossman's Guitar Workshop
Track listing: CD1: Twelve Sticks; Sally, Where'd You Get Your Liquor From?; Babylon Is Falling; What could I Do?; Children of Zion; Hesitation Blues; Candyman; Steal Away And Pray; Goin' To Chattanooga; Packing Up, Get Ready to Go; Untitled; You Cry Because I'm Leaving; Don't Let My Baby Catch You Here; Lord Let Me Live Longer; I Want To Be Saved; Waltz Time Candyman; Little Boy Who Made Your Britches; Talks About Verses Not Sung; C Rag; Two Step Candyman. CD2: Piece Without Words; Lord Search My Heart; Slippin' To My Gal Comes In Partner;Sun Is Going Down; Raise A Ruckus Tonight; Save Up your Money, John D. Rockefeller Put the Panic On; Soon My work Will All Be Done; You're Gonna Need King Jesus; I'm Going Back To Jesus; Blues In C; Saddle It Around; People Who Used To See; Italian Rag; Candyman; Nobody Don't Care For Me; Fox Chase; Talk On Blind Boy Fuller. CD3: Amazing Grace; Sermon; I'm A Soldier In the Army Of the Lord; Sermon; Lord, I Feel Like Just Goin' On; Steal Away; Can't Make This Journey By Myself; Sermon; I Will Overcome Someday; God Be With You; From the Mariposa Folk Festival: I Got Religion I'm So Glad; I'm A Soldier In the Army of the Lord.
by David Rickert
The Rev. Gary Davis was, by all accounts, an incredible guitarist--one who influenced everyone from Taj Mahal to the Grateful Dead--who seemingly mastered everything he wanted to do with the instrument. However, over his long career he was recorded only sporadically, and most of his recordings have been released posthumously. Davis was more of a live ...