David Bromberg basically gave up his recording and performing career at the start of the 1980s, but in 1986 his old label, Fantasy Records, released this album of odds and ends recorded between 1976 and 1979. Since odds and ends are what Bromberg specialized in, the result was as good as any of his albums, beginning with a paean to marijuana ("The Viper"), followed by one to drinking and sex ("Loaded and Laid").
Bromberg, D. Bromberg, Dave Bromberg, Dave Bronberg, David Bloomberg, David Bromberg And Friends, David H. Bromberg. Marketplace 9,587 For Sale. Vassar Clements, David Bromberg - Hillbilly Jazz (2xLP, Album, Gat). Long Way From Here (Album).
For the album, see David Bromberg (album). Bromberg released his first new studio album since 1990 with Try Me One More Time on February 27, 2007, on Appleseed Recordings. The disc includes Dylan's "It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry" and Elizabeth Cotten's "Shake Sugaree. The album was nominated for a Grammy Award in the category of Best Traditional Folk Album at the 50th annual Grammy Awards in 2008. His 2011 album Use Me features guests Levon Helm, John Hiatt, Tim O'Brien, Dr. John, Keb' Mo', Los Lobos, Widespread Panic, Linda Ronstadt, and Vince Gill. Long Way from Here (1987). Sideman Serenade (1989). The Player: A Retrospective (1998).
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Bromberg also produced an album for Dylan that has yet to be released in full. Guitarist and fiddler David Bromberg is a legend in roots music circles, a genuine guitar virtuoso and session ace whose quirky mystique has been burnished by periodic withdrawals from the public eye (currently, his full-time job is as a dealer and repairman of vintage violins). He released no music between 1990 and 2007, at which point he emerged briefly from his recording hiatus with the acoustic folk-blues effort Try Me One More Time.
Bromberg released his first new studio album since 1990 with Try Me One More Time on 27 February 2007, on Appleseed Recordings. The disc includes Bob Dylan's "It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry" and Elizabeth Cotten's "Shake Sugaree. The album was nominated for a Grammy in the category of Best Traditional Folk Album at the 50th annual Grammy Awards in 2008. The Devil's Anvil (1967). David Bromberg (1971). Aereo-Plain (producer)(1971). Demon in Disguise (1972). Out Of The Blues: Best of David Bromberg (1977) - Compilation album. Bandit in a Bathing Suit (1978). You Should See the Rest of The Band (1980). Sideman Serenade (1990). The Player: Retrospective (1998).
|Loaded And Laid||3:21|
|Jelly Jaw Joe||9:46|
|Suffer To Sing The Blues||5:36|
|When I Was A Cowboy||3:57|
|Make Me A Pallet On The Floor||6:07|
|Trying To Get Home||4:39|
|F-9641||David Bromberg||Long Way From Here (LP, Album)||Fantasy||F-9641||1986|
|5F 9641||David Bromberg||Long Way From Here (Cass, Dol)||Fantasy||5F 9641||US||1986|
|WOU 9641||David Bromberg||Long Way From Here (CD, Album, RE)||Wounded Bird Records||WOU 9641||US||2018|