Geoff & Maria Muldaur's personal and professional relationship was not destined to last, and Pottery Pie was the first of only two albums they would make together.
Aquarela do Brasil" Song and lyrics by Ary Barroso. This is a song that can be heard in the 1985 film "Brazil," directed by Terry Gilliam.
In 2009, Muldaur formed a roots supergroup for work on a new album. Dubbing themselves Geoff Muldaur and the Texas Sheiks, folk and American music luminary Stephen Bruton, Grammy-winning Dobro player Cindy Cashdollar, fiddle virtuoso Suzy Thompson, guitarist Johnny Nicholas, and bassist Bruce Hughes joined Muldaur in the studio for a pair of recording sessions in 2008. Pottery Pie – Warner Bros/Reprise. Sweet Potatoes – Warner Bros/Reprise.
Pottery Pie" was their debut album as a duo, and it is hard to imagine a record like this being recorded today, if only because of the totally laid back vibe. The music is actually quite well-arranged, in a loose-limbed sort of way. There is even a raucous horn section that appears on "New Orleans Hop Scop Blues" and a few other tracks. The standout player on the session is Amos Garrett, he of the fluid Telecaster. His solo on "Georgia On My Mind" is a showstopper
Following the breakup of Jim Kweskin & the Jug Band in 1967, Geoff & Maria Muldaur found themselves free to pursue new musical directions, and their first album together, 1968's Pottery Pie, found them abandoning the whimsical old-timey sound of Kweskin's group for something fresher and more contemporary
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Guitar, Piano – Geoff Muldaur. Horns – Hal Grossman And Friends. Lead Guitar – Amos Garrett. Mastered By – Bob Ludwig. Pedal Steel Guitar – Bill Keith. Photography By – Charlie Frizell. Trumpet, Whistling – Peter Ecklund (tracks: B2). Vocals – Betsy Siggins, Maria Muldaur. Pottery Pie (LP, Album). Geoff & Maria Muldaur. Pottery Pie (LP, Album, RE).
Listen to Pottery Pie (Reissue) by Geoff & Maria Muldaur - a new album (release date: March 30, 2018) @ New Releases No. The album finds the pair making some folk and blues classics their very own and includes Geoff’s celebrated version of Brazil which became the opening theme for Terry Gilliam’s 1985 film, Brazil. Artist Site Released: March 30, 2018 ON Omnivore.
Me and My Chauffeur Blues" shows off Maria's sexiest moods-coy, melancholy, swoony, demanding, and at the end she and her chauffeur come together-while "Death Letter Blues" shows off Geoff's most haunted blues voice. In between he camps up "Brazil," she strolls through "Georgia on My Mind," and Jim Kweskin asks Mel Lyman for further instructions.
farmhousepottery agram. Brazil (1939 Ary Barroso Cover) - Geoff & Maria Muldaur. From the album: Pottery Pie (1968) by Geoff & Maria Muldaur. Brazil Geoff Muldaur Maria Muldaur Ary Barroso Pottery Pie Terry Gilliam soundtrack.
Performer: Geoff & Maria Muldaur
Title: Pottery Pie
Date of release: 1968
Style: Folk Rock, Country, Country Blues, Gospel
Size MP3: 1488 mb
Size FLAC: 1376 mb
Rating: 4.3 / 5
Other Formats: VOC VOX MMF AUD AU MP1 MIDI