Steady As She Goes
Download links and information about Steady As She Goes by Hot Tuna. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Blues, Rock genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 54:32 minutes.
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|1.||Angel of Darkness||4:43|
|2.||Children of Zion||4:50|
|4.||Goodbye to the Blues||4:33|
|5.||A Little Faster||4:56|
|7.||Easy Now Revisited||3:43|
|9.||Things That Might Have Been||4:17|
|10.||Mama Let Me Lay It On You||4:48|
|11.||If This Is Love||5:03|
As the first Hot Tuna studio album since 1990’s Pair a Dice Found, which itself was the first studio album since the ‘70s, Steady As She Goes is a truly long-awaited event. Jorma Kaukonen and Jack Casady are joined by drummer Skoota Warner, mandolin player Barry Mitterhoff, vocalist Teresa Williams and producer/ multi-instrumentalist Larry Campbell. This solid, no-nonsense lineup went into Levon Helm’s studio in Woodstock, NY — and much like Kaukonen’s spirited solo album, River of Time, which features many from this line-up — they turned in performances that are warm to the touch. “Angel of Darkness” is pitch-perfect in its economy and electric sizzle. “Second Chances” is a touching ballad. “Mama Let Me Lay It On You,” the original version of what Eric Von Schmidt and Bob Dylan found as “Baby, Let Me Follow You Down,” plays as a perfect example of what a band is supposed to do. “If This Is Love” is more perfect ensemble playing. “Things That Might Have Been” shows Jorma in singer-songwriter mode, playing a tune personal and deep. You can’t ask for better.