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Unplugged at Pleasant Plains / The Authorized Bootleg

by The Subdudes

The live living room acoustic session / soundtrack recording for the film , Unplugged At Pleasant Plains.
Genre: Blues: Blues-Rock
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1. Poor Man's Paradise (Take One/ Living Room Session)
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2. Fair weather Friend (Living Room Session)
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3. Thorn in her side (Living Room Session)
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4. No Man (Living Room Session)
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5. Street Symphony (Living Room Session)
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6. Poor man's paradise ( take Two/ Living Room Session)
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Album Notes
Now prominently featured on the 2010/ 2011 season's of HBO's Treme, the Subdudes are finally getting the media attention they deserve . It was in 1987, four musicians got together for what they envisioned would be a one-time performance at Tipitina’s in New Orleans. It was a night of mostly acoustic music – sparse instrumentation with a strong emphasis on songwriting and vocal harmonies. The show far exceeded expectations, and on that March night the subdudes were born.
Nearly 10 years later, after five well-received albums and several years of hard touring, the subdudes called it quits.
Spinoff projects ensued, as did the occasional reunion show. Finally, in February of 2002, three of the four original band members decided to get back together. They recruited two friends with long ties to the band to fill out the sound.
And today, there’s still nobody in the world that sounds like them.
This recording is a good representation of that unique sound first heard in 1987 at Tipitina's.


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