Agnostic Mountain Gospel Choir | St. Hubert

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St. Hubert

by Agnostic Mountain Gospel Choir

The traditions from the Mississippi delta and the Kentucky mountains get warped by a quartet that hollers, clangs, and pounds the life back into those acoustic styles like their originators intended. The punks, rockers, and indie-hipsters like them too.
Genre: Blues: Acoustic Blues
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1. Saint Hubert
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2. Cool Drink of Water
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3. Motherless Child
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4. Don't We All
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5. Stop and Listen
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6. Neighbourhood Butcher
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7. They Can Make It Rain Bombs
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8. Heart's Not In It
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9. One Sin
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10. Fourteen Faces
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11. Rolling Home
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The first offering from Calgary's Agnostic Mountian Gospel Choir set out their modus operandi of stomping out the best elements of delta blues and old time mountain music with the fierceness of rock'n'roll.

Recorded mostly live in the studio, or house as is happened to be, it bangs and clangs like a band with reverence for the guts and glory of the old music.


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Pete Matthews

Impressive album from start to finish
The fact it was recorded live in the studio gives this album a real edge. Impressive playing from start to finish with great vocals. I havent seen them live, but would love to after hearing this.

Jerome Barthelemy

The Delta lives in Canada...
Cranky delta blues that Tom Waits would be proud of. I love that the magic of the delta has creeped up to the great white north. Would love to hear something more recent from the band.

hillstomp

Here we have it ladies and gentlemen
An amazing band, both live, and on record. Go see em. If you can't, buy the record, then be prepared to want to buy a plane ticket to Calgary.