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Albert Castiglia, Graham Wood Drout - The Bittersweet Sessions (CD, Album)

Download Albert Castiglia, Graham Wood Drout - The Bittersweet Sessions (CD, Album)
Label: Little Silver Records - n/d • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Blues • Style: Delta Blues


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9 Replies to “ Albert Castiglia, Graham Wood Drout - The Bittersweet Sessions (CD, Album) ”

  1. Daizshura says:
    Nov 23,  · Albert Castiglia "A Stone's Throw" Blues Leaf Records) "Toe" was written by Graham Wood Drout (of Iko Iko) as was the fantastic "The Ghosts Of Mississippi". Castiglia and Drout released a live acoustic CD in December of on Little Silver Records called The Bittersweet Sessions recorded at a performance in Florida.
  2. Meztirn says:
    Graham Wood Drout & Albert Castiglia - Bittersweet Sessions () Written by bluesever Monday, 07 November - Last Updated Thursday, 29 August For a young age, Castiglia has history – History of Blues. In he joined the Miami Blues Authority and won “Best Blues Guitarist” from New Times Magazine. He was.
  3. Mikaktilar says:
    May 04,  · Castiglia and Drout also released a live CD together, titled The Bittersweet Sessions, in His CD, These are the Days, contained five original Albert Castiglia songs, including the opening track, “Bad Year Blues,” which was nominated for song of the year at the Blues Music Awards, and “Godfather of the Blues,” his tribute to.
  4. Bralmaran says:
    In , he released his second album (and first for Blues Leaf Records), A Stone's Throw, which included two more insightful Drout songs, "Big Toe" and "Ghosts Of Mississippi." Castiglia and Drout also released a live collaboration titled The Bittersweet Sessions in , which focused on a more acoustic-oriented, intimate feel.
  5. Arashile says:
    Connect. Discover. Share. Graham Wood Drout and Albert Castiglia. consider the fate of just one of the collaborations from their album, The Bittersweet Sessions. It's called "The.
  6. Taubar says:
    May 13,  · Castiglia released his debut album “Burn” in He collaborated with Graham Wood Drout on ’s “The Bittersweet Sessions” before signing with Bluesleaf Records later that year. Castiglia released four albums for Bluesleaf; the first being ’s “Stones Throw”.
  7. Arashiramar says:
    Albert Castiglia (pronounced “ka-STEEL-ya”) is Keepin On – and much more. With the release of Castiglia’s 5th CD Keepin On, August on Blues Leaf Records (his third CD on this label), Albert is doing exactly what the title of the CD suggests. Having opened for ZZ Top, Elvin Bishop, and The Radiators, he’s quickly becoming a.
  8. Kajigul says:
    In , Albert launched his solo career with the debut CD, Burn, collaborating with his longtime friend, Graham Wood Drout of south Florida band Iko-Iko. Drout’s Drout’s visceral, yet literary songs became the perfect vehicle for Castiglia’s soulful vocals, which recall Van Morrison, and stinging guitar playing.
  9. Nerg says:
    Aug 29,  · Graham Wood Drout & Albert Castiglia - Bittersweet Sessions () The Ghosts Of Mississippi - Ain't No Way To Get Along - 32/20 - Sweet Home Chicago - Pretty Thing - play Blow Wind Blow - play Ticket Agent Blues - Sitting On Top Of The World -

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