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Dynablob

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Download links and information about Dynablob by John Wesley Harding. This album was released in 1996 and it belongs to Rock, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist, Contemporary Folk genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 01:00:06 minutes.

Artist: John Wesley Harding
Release date: 1996
Genre: Rock, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist, Contemporary Folk
Tracks: 15
Duration: 01:00:06
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Phil Ochs, Bob Dylan, Steve Goodman, David Blue and Me 3:43
2. The Man With Two Surnames 2:08
3. The Wrong Goodbye 2:24
4. Peeling Bark 3:28
5. Dead On Arrival 4:21
6. The Devil In Me 4:07
7. Save a Little Room for Me 3:36
8. Build Me a Coffin 3:40
9. Idiot's Delight 4:03
10. Eating Each Other's Babies 3:27
11. Ask Why 3:43
12. The Person You Are 3:59
13. The Celestial Shuttle 8:15
14. Talkin' Return of the Great Gangsta Folk Scare Blues 4:37
15. Election Night 4:35

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Initially a fan-club release of previously unreleased studio recordings, Dynablob represents a casual look at a songwriter who made his name with exquisitely produced albums that often overshadowed his natural abilities. John Wesley Harding has been likened to Elvis Costello for sharing certain strong vocal similarities and employing pieces of Costello’s band for his studio debut Here Comes the Groom. But he is still his own man. The acoustic folk of “Phil Ochs, Bob Dylan, Steve Goodman, David Blue and Me” earnestly recounts Harding’s influences in the grand tradition. “The Man With Two Surnames,” “Talkin’ Return of the Great Gangsta Folk Scare Blues” and “The Wrong Goodbye” make a case for Harding as a solo acoustic act. He can hold the stage with his lyrical wit and strong distinct vocal presence. A country version of “The Devil In Me,” a straightforward effort on the crowd favorite “The Person You Are,” and the extended narrative of “The Celestial Shuttle” round off the rough edges.