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Out of the Blue

Richard Wiegel

Out of the Blue


Richard Wiegel


October 1, 2003
Darlingtone Records
CD
$12.00

Combining several genres of music, from rock to ragtime, blues to jug band music, jazz to rockabilly, Richard blends them seamlessly into an entertaining album. Taking a cue from Chet Atkins, Doc Watson, and Mississippi John Hurt, Richard plays in the finger-picking style pioneered by these greats. And now his new CD, "Out of the Blue", pays tribute to these men. It's a collection of some of the greatest songs of the last century, from St. Louis Blues and Deep Water Blues, to La Vie En Rose and A Good Girl is Hard To Find, and even a finger-picking version of a Chuck Berry song, The Thirteen Question Method. Guitar and vocals were all done live in the studio, adding a measure of immediacy to the performances. Recorded at DNA Studios, and mixed at Smart Studios in Madison by Mark Haines, top quality was assured.


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Tracks

1 Blue Days, Black Nights 2:07
 
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2 St. Louis Blues 2:23
3 My Creole Belle 2:52
4 Goodbye My Bluebelle 1:57
5 A Good Girl Is Hard To Find 2:47
6 Louis Collins 2:30
7 Thirteen Question Method 2:53
8 Windy And Warm 2:12
9 Here Comes The Sun 2:33
 
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10 Nobody's Business 2:28
11 Deep River Blues 2:48
12 La Vie En Rose 2:34


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