Only Slightly Mad

Only Slightly Mad

3.0 2
by David Bromberg Band
     
 

Product Details

Release Date:
09/24/2013
Label:
Appleseed Records
UPC:
0611587113528
catalogNumber:
1135
Rank:
85627

Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

David Bromberg Band   Primary Artist
David Bromberg   Acoustic Guitar,Mandolin,Electric Guitar,Vocals,Group Member
John Sebastian   Harmonica
John McEuen   Banjo
Tony Barrand   Vocals
Larry Campbell   Acoustic Guitar,Electric Guitar,national steel guitar
Peter Ecklund   Trumpet,Group Member
John Firmin   Clarinet,Tenor Saxophone,Group Member
Brian Mitchell   Keyboards
Nancy Josephson   Background Vocals
Butch Amiot   Bass,Background Vocals,Group Member
Teresa Williams   Background Vocals
Amy Helm   Background Vocals
Harvey Tibbs   Trombone
Mark Cosgrove   Acoustic Guitar,Mandolin,Electric Guitar,Background Vocals,Group Member
Johnny Duke   Electric Guitar
Kathleen Weber   Background Vocals
John Roberts   Vocals
Nate Grower   Fiddle,Mandolin,Group Member
Josh Kanusky   Drums,Group Member

Technical Credits

Big Bill Broonzy   Composer
Blind Willie Johnson   Composer
Bill Monroe   Composer
Floyd Cramer   Composer
Conway Twitty   Composer
David Bromberg   Arranger,Composer,Song Notes
Larry Campbell   Arranger,Producer
Tom Delaney   Composer
Rick Estrin   Composer
Carter Stanley   Composer
Donnie Woodruff   Composer
David Wiffen   Composer
Pearl Delaney   Composer
Traditional   Composer
Justin Gulp   Engineer
Eric Masse   Engineer
Kelly Lancaster   Composer

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Only Slightly Mad 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love this CD. You have to listen to it more than once (as with many great CDs). "Nobody's Fault But Mine" is a terrific rendition of the old blues song. I don't see how anyone with a sense of rhythm could dislike it. "The Strongest Man Alive" is great fun if you like Irish music, as are the instrumentals following it. The spoken part at the end of "I'll Take You Back" cracks me up every time.
Sugarcoated More than 1 year ago
I was extremely disappointed. Because of the artist' well known name for his instrumental work I thought I would try his CD. I am not a good singer and he was no better than I. I tried to listen to the CD a second time to see if I played it on a bad CD player but it was even more painful to listen to the next time. To be truthful his voice is like listening to a cat fight beneath a braking train. I gave the CD to the local Goodwill store where I suspect it is still collecting dust. Save your money and go to the Goodwill.