Roland Chadwick | Native Tongue

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Native Tongue

by Roland Chadwick

Blues meets Artrock meets Little Feet
Genre: Blues: Acoustic Blues
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1. Baby Don't Bring the Law (down on me)
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2. Tango
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3. Send the Girl Back Home
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4. Muddy Water
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5. I Feel Low
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6. Jenny's Sunday
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7. Do You Remember
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8. Hey Little Sister
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9. Ride Till I Die
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10. Big Sky Woman
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11. Walkin Blues
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12. I Feel Low (again)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Native Tongue is the brainchild of Aussie master guitarist, Roland Chadwick and the drumming legend, Barriemore Barlow, ex-member of Jethro Tull whose credits include work with Jimi Page and Robert Plant.

Roland and Barriemore where introduced by producer Julian Mendelsohn whose credits include engineering and co-producing with Trevor Horn, producing and engineering Kate Bush, Level 42, The Pet Shop Boys and Paul McCartney (just to name a few).

The recording process took over two years to complete and the result was their fresh and polished debut album ‘Native Tongue’.


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Vern


Just had my first listen. Outstanding!
Gotta love Barrie Barlow....best drummer Tull ever had and it sounds like he and Roland have realy hooked up.
Sounds a little like Mick Abrahams....Little Feet.....Robert Plantish......if that makes any sense.
I highly recommend this CD!

-=V
http://www.tullzine.org