Brother Man - The Subdudes - Street Symphony (CD, Album)


2007
Label: Back Porch - 0946 3 88708 2 1 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Funk / Soul •
Brother Man - The Subdudes - Street Symphony (CD, Album)

 · "Street Symphony" is the first CD the Louisiana natives have produced since Katrina ravaged their homes. "Poor Man's Paradise" is the publicized single for this CD and details the homelessness and poverty among the people still left there and how the folks are doing their best to make it out all right/5(36).

View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of "Street Symphony" on Discogs.3/5(3).

3 2 1. The Subdudes. Street Symphony ‎ (CD, Album) Back Porch. 3 2 1. US. Sell This Version.3/5(2).

 · Street Symphony was the first Subdudes album written and recorded since Hurricane Katrina left a trail of devastation in their old stomping grounds, and the boys greeted this grim scene with all the emotions felt by most of the victims: anger, sadness, but also hope and faith. The other twist in this CD was that the boys tried harder to.

 · If it wasn't always clear on earlier albums, the brilliantly played and thoughtfully written Street Symphony sweeps away any doubts: the Subdudes aren't just stellar musicians of the swampy jazz-rock-blues New Orleans persuasion, as they've come to be known. They're also a group of guys whose working-class roots run as definitively, and maybe as deeply, as Bruce Springsteen's.


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  • "Street Symphony" is the first CD the Louisiana natives have produced since Katrina ravaged their homes. "Poor Man's Paradise" is the publicized single for this CD and details the homelessness and poverty among the people still left there and how the folks are doing their best to make it out all right/5(36).

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