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by Gordon Bonham

An original mix of acoustic country blues and Delta Blues on National steel guitar.
Genre: Blues: Folk-Blues
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1. Get Back Home
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2. Leaving Texas
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3. 65 Highway
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4. I Got An Angel
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5. Coffee Song
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6. Special Recipe
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7. Low Down and Blue
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8. Sleeping Beauty
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Gordon's country and Delta blues album was recorded by Michael Stucker at Echo Park Studios in Bloomington, Indiana. Voice recorded with a Sony C-37a tube condenser microphone through an Altec 459 tube pre-amp and a UREI "black-face" 1176LN limiter. Guitar recorded with a Schoeps CMC5 microphone with a cardioid capsule through a Sontec MPA-1 discrete pre-amp and a dBx 165a compressor. Foot recorded with a Neumann U87 condenser microphone through a Sontec MPA-1 discrete pre-amp and a dBx 165a compressor. Room ambience recorded with a AKG C-24 stereo tube condenser microphone through Altec 459 tube pre-amps and a dBx 162 stereo compressor. These were then equalized and combined through a sphere Eclipse console and recorded on an Ampex ATR-102 tape machine with Flux Magnetics "mastering" heads using BASF 900 1/2 inch tape at 15 i.p.s. No noise reduction was used.


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