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I Did Time - Luka Bloom - Turf (CD, Album)

8 thoughts on “ I Did Time - Luka Bloom - Turf (CD, Album)

  1. Mikaramar
    In , Bloom again returned to Ireland to record the album Turf, this time with producer Brian Masterson and sound engineer Paul Ashe-Browne. The album attempted to capture the sound of a live performance, and was recorded in front of an audience .
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  2. Talrajas
    A portrait of the Irishman as an American neo-folkie. Having experimented with extra instrumentation on his first two albums, Luka Bloom made a man-with-guitar record his third time out, the better to emphasize his songs, which combined a strong folk traditionalism (one was called "Black Is The Colour [of my true love's hair]," another described an encounter with a mermaid) with an Amer-Irish.
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  3. Gur
    Irish native Luka Bloom recorded his third U.S. release, Turf, in Dublin's Windmill Studio, a big, rock'n'roll room. Except for a harmony vocal on one song and an audience sing-along on another, all the sounds are created by Bloom's booming, deep tenor and driving acoustic guitar/5(21).
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  4. Jutilar
    Listen to your favorite songs from Turf by Luka Bloom Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
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  5. Voodoojinn
    Album Description. A portrait of the Irishman as an American neo-folkie. Having experimented with extra instrumentation on his first two albums, Luka Bloom made a man-with-guitar record his third time out, the better to emphasize his songs, which combined a strong folk traditionalism (one was called "Black Is The Colour [of my true love's hair]," another described an encounter with a mermaid.
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  6. Sharn
    5 hours ago · Written-By – Luka Bloom (tracks: 1 to 4, 7 to 13) Notes Some copies of the release are known to have been issued with an oval sticker on the jewel case with "Luka Bloom Turf " and/or with gold promo stamping on the front cover/5(3).
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  7. Shaktigal
    I have so far two albums by Luka Bloom on CD, this and Riverside, and both are rather wonderful. Turf consists of thirteen mostly self-composed songs, with only his own eloquent, precise guitar accompaniment, and a female backing singer on just one track. The /5(21).
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  8. Akira
    This CD of Luka, his guitar, and some of the most depressing songs around is just too musically repetitive. One song sounds so like the next that it is tough to distinguish one from another, regardless of the topic. While lyrically challenging, the lack of variation in .
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