Soul goosebumps on a Country Sampler

Soul goosebumps on a Country Sampler

O Brother, Where Art Thou? - A Mississippi Odyssey (Audio CD)

Customer Review

Supported by classical violins Southern Country Gospel through ballads, to deep black Acapella Blues, the "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" Movie soundtrack is a special kind of Country Sampler.
Varied and in different styles to showcase 19 songs as they can not be more different, surprising and entertaining.
Is this now to the country song of the Soggy Bottom Boys "I Am A Man Of Constant Sorrow (rare as a virtuoso Blues Guitar is one), which is present equally in 4 completely different versions (in which case even the two instrumental versions a pleasure are) , or the polyphonic Gospel "Down To The River To Pray" the one chasing a shower after the other over the back.
The absolute blast are however a deep black Solo Acapella the leaves feel "Hard Time Killing Floor Blues" by Chris Thomas King and "O Death" by Ralph Stanley. The latter the predicate Soul song more than deserved and the suffering of the artist formally.
All in all, a wonderful soul, blues, gospel, country music which 100% credible sounds in the 30s by Southern Music of "ordinary people".
The special thing here is unlike the usual shots is that on the "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" Sampler, the black music of the lower class of society is represented as well as the country music of the "plain white" who wanted nothing to do with "Negro music".
Who will listen carefully to wonder how close the styles are in fact, although in social touchpoints that time very little was probably present.
". And then to say with again a": Another little tip Finally, the eighth time on the instrument in the background of the supposed "Acapellas" Did not Leave Nobody But The Babe Singing Saw "You can not make music; - )
For me one of the most recommended albums of the last time!
- Peter Mueller -

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