Untitled - Rising Sons (2), Ry Cooder, Taj Mahal - Rising Sons (Vinyl, LP)

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Label: Not On Label - none • Format: Vinyl LP, Limited Edition, Unofficial Release Clear Translucent • Genre: Rock, Blues, Folk, World, & Country • Style: Blues Rock, Folk Rock

The group was signed to Columbia Records but their album was never issued. No one knew quite what to make of this L. Their languid, bluesy, folksy sort of sound anticipated future recordings by outfits like Moby Grape, Buffalo Springfield, the Grateful Dead, and even the country-rock Byrds. Overall, it sounds a lot more like it belongs in than This archival release has value above and beyond historical inerest.

As it stands, the band first made a name for itself on the hip side of the Los Angeles folk scene before eventually finding its way into the studio with producer Terry Melcher, fresh from his success with the Byrds. Though these recording sessions would ultimately lead to the demise of the band, they yielded a strong, if scatterbrained, collection of blues-oriented folk-rock — excellent music that would unfortunately remain unreleased for over thirty years.

Fortunately, however, Sundazed Records has recently taken matters into their own hands and pulled off a beautiful restoration job, putting together twelve of the leanest cuts from that mid-sixties session and releasing what they think the first Rising Sons record would have been like, had it actually seen daylight.

Even the artwork on this release has been carefully and lovingly designed to look like a vintage record jacket. If you dig the later work of any of the members involved, or are simply looking for a righteous slice of Los Angeles folk rock, the Rising Sons album delivers. The band manages to deliver an eclectic range of Americana with the perfect blend of rock and roll attitude and musical traditionalism.

Shortly thereafter he was writing and recording the music for the film Blue City and asked the band to appear in the film performing. He took them in the studio and produced "You Can Run" which he also played on. Kim named her son Ry as a tribute to Ry Cooder. He played electric slide guitar on The Beach Boys ' hit " Kokomo. In the early s Cooder collaborated on two world music "crossover" albums, which blended the traditional American musical genres that Cooder has championed throughout his career with the contemporary improvised music of India and Africa.

For A Meeting by the River , which also featured his son Joachim Cooder on percussion, he teamed with Hindustani classical musician V. In he teamed with Malian multi-instrumentalist Ali Farka Toure on the album Talking Timbuktu , which he also produced; the album also featured longtime Cooder collaborator Jim Keltner on drums, veteran blues guitarist Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown , jazz bassist John Patitucci and African percussionists and musicians including Hamma Sankare and Oumar Toure.

Cooder also worked with Tuvan throat singers for the score to the film Geronimo: An American Legend. It was issued on CD and video in In the late s Cooder played a significant role in the increased appreciation of traditional Cuban music, due to his collaboration as producer of the Buena Vista Social Club recording, which became a worldwide hit and revived the careers of some of the greatest surviving exponents of 20th century Cuban music.

Wim Wenders , who had previously directed 's Paris, Texas , directed a documentary film of the musicians involved, Buena Vista Social Club , which was nominated for an Academy Award in Edgar Hoover, red scares, and baseball". Using real and imagined historical characters, Cooder and friends created an album that recollects various aspects of the poor but vibrant hillside Chicano community which no longer exists. Cooder's next record was released in Tom Toad. The entire recording is a parable of the working class progressivism [24] of the first half of the American twentieth century, and even has a song featuring executed unionist Joe Hill.

My Name Is Buddy was accompanied by a booklet featuring a story and illustration by Vincent Valdez for each track, providing additional context to Buddy's adventures. The concept album focused on Gospel songs of the civil rights movement and also included two new original songs by Cooder.

Cooder's album I, Flathead was released on June 24, It is the completion of his California trilogy. Based on the drag racing culture of the early s, the album is set on the desert salt flats in southern California.

The disc was also released as a deluxe edition with stories written by Cooder to accompany the music. In late , Cooder toured Japan, New Zealand and Australia with Nick Lowe , performing some of Lowe's songs and a selection of Cooder's own material, mainly from the s.

The World is a radio show distributed by Public Radio International. In , Cooder performed in The People Speak , a documentary feature film that uses dramatic and musical performances of the letters, diaries, and speeches of everyday Americans, based on historian Howard Zinn 's A People's History of the United States.

They played " Do Re Mi " and reportedly a couple of other Guthrie songs that were excluded from the final edit. In June , responding to the passage of Arizona SB , he released the single "Quicksand", which tells the story of Mexicans attempting to emigrate to Arizona through the desert. In , he published a collection of short stories called Los Angeles Stories , written about people living in Los Angeles in the s and s.

The book's characters are mostly talented or skilled, clever or hardworking people living in humble circumstances. An American Songwriter article in suggested that Cooder's recent string of solo albums have often taken on an allegorical, sociopolitical bent.

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  1. Still, if you want to hear early Ry Cooder or Taj Mahal, this is the place to start. They didn't really know what they wanted to do or how to do it in a cohesive fashion. Hadn't found their individuals nitches yet and a third-party no-name threw in some sub-par Beatles songs into the mix/5(76).
  2. This item: Rising Sons (Featering Taj Mahal And Ry Cooder) by Ry Cooder Audio CD $ Only 1 left in stock - order soon. Sold by Bridge_Media and ships from Amazon Fulfillment/5(77).
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  4. Description Rising Sons Rising Sons on g LP Featuring Taj Mahal, Ry Cooder, Jesse Lee Kincaid, Kevin Kelley and Gary Marker, the Rising Sons added an earthy dose of rural country blues to the fast-evolving rock scene of the mid-'60s.
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  6. Jul 04,  · Rising Sons was a Los Angeles, California-based band founded in The original lineup was Ry Cooder (vocals, six and string guitar, mandolin, slide and bottleneck guitar, dobro), Taj Mahal (vocals, harmonica, guitar, piano), Gary Marker (bass), Jesse Lee Kincaid (vocals and guitar) and Ed Cassidy (drums).
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  8. This is the only album Rising Sons made and it was ground breaking. It is still a water mark for blues. Taj Mahal and Ry Cooder were a good fit together for.

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