Category Archives: Classic Rock

9 Comments on " Duck Baker - When You Wore A Tulip (Vinyl, LP) "

  • A single long track from this CD had been released by Chadbourne as one side of an LP in , and this was supplemented by a previously unissued recording of a concert in Calgary from the same time. This all dates from the same year as When You Wore a Tulip, but the music is radically different.
  • François Hardy - Greatest Hits 12" Vinyl LP in VG+ Condition. AU $ +AU $ postage. Make Offer - François Hardy - Greatest Hits 12" Vinyl LP in VG+ Condition. Madonna - Pretender. When the Wore a Tulip - Duck Baker. AU $ +AU $ postage. Make Offer - When the Wore a Tulip - Duck Baker.
  • 3. When You Wore A Tulip 4. Georgia On My Mind 5. Sweet Georgia Brown 6. Walking My Baby Back Home 7. Cleopatra Rag 8. Blue Monk 9. Indiana There’ll Be Some Changes Made That Rhythm Man Grace St. Way Down Yonder In New Orleans When I Grow Too Old to Dream Stompin’ at the Savoy I’m Coming Virginia
  • When You Wore A Tulip was my second LP for Kicking Mule Records and the only one that was never reissued on CD, for whatever reason. It is rereleased here with additional tracks that were recorded at an April concert near Paris, which was part of a tour by .
  • Duck Baker. K likes. Duck Baker is among the foremost American fingerstyle guitarists, as highly regarded for modern jazz playing as for work in traditional folk styles.
  • Duck Baker Tompkins Square Tompkins Square (label) Jazz (CD, LP) Folk/Country (CD, LP) We realize that there are many different interpretations of the standard grades used for pre-owned vinyl record albums & CD, so we thought we'd offer you the ones that we are working with, so you have an idea what we mean when we give the grade for a non-new.
  • DUCK BAKER Vinyl Records and CDs: While it's a sure sign of virtuosity, having a long back catalog of Mel Bay instructional videos isn't always reflective of a distinct musical identity. Duck Baker is an exception. An authority on fingerstyle guitar, Baker brings a distinct, if understated, personality to his playing, with unorthodox chord.
  • The other studio out-take, “When You Wore A Tulip”, dates from sessions for the CD The Preacher’s Son. This great old tune had been the title track of my second record and producer Mark Pavey suggested revisiting it, but when everything was in the can I .
  • Duck Baker: When You Wore A Tulip - You Took Advantage of Me - Grace Street - Was - Lisa (Call the Clouds 'llroll) - Boys from Blue Hill - Back Home in Indiana - Rapid Transit Blues - Two Cats with New Shoes - Angeline the Baker - Plymouth Rock - Honesuckle Rose - Cousin - Lazy River - Drunken Wagoner - When You Wore a Tulip - Thou Swell.