David Bromberg - Demon In Disguise (LP) - VG+/VG

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Rock, Folk, World, Country Rock, Acoustic, Bluegrass, Country Rock
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Artist: David Bromberg
Album: Demon In Disguise
Released: US, 1972


A1Hardworkin' John4:00
Acoustic Guitar, Vocals - David Bromberg
Bass - Tom Sheehan
Fiddle - Ken Kosek
Mandolin - Andy Statman
Written-By - David Bromberg
Backing Vocals - Hilda Harris, Joshie Jo Armstead, Tasha Thomas
Bass - Steve Burgh
Drums - Bill Kreutzmann
Electric Guitar - Jerry Garcia
Electric Guitar, Vocals - David Bromberg
Piano - Keith Godchaux
Saxophone - Andy Statman
Written-By - David Bromberg
A3Medley Of Irish Fiddle Tunes(2:10)
Acoustic Guitar - David Bromberg
Arranged By, Adapted By - David Bromberg
Written-By - Traditional
A3.aRodney's Glory
A3.bThe Rights Of Man
A3.cThe First Of May
A4Diamond Lil6:26
Acoustic Guitar, Vocals - David Bromberg
Backing Vocals - Andy McMahon, Jack Lee, Tracy Nelson
Bass - Steve Burgh
Drums - Steve Mosley
Electric Guitar - David Nichtern
Piano - Jeff Gutcheon
Written-By - David Bromberg
B1Jugband Song4:24
Acoustic Guitar, Vocals - David Bromberg
Bass - Steve Burgh
Harmonica - Willow Scarlett
Mandolin, Backing Vocals - Jody Stecher
Written-By - David Bromberg
B2Demon In Disguise5:08
Acoustic Guitar, Vocals - David Bromberg
Bass - Phil Lesh
Drums - Bill Kreutzmann
Electric Guitar - Jerry Garcia
Piano - Keith Godchaux
Tenor Saxophone - Andy Statman
Written-By - David Bromberg
B3Tennessee Waltz3:06
Acoustic Guitar, Vocals - David Bromberg
Bass - Steve Burgh
Fiddle - Ken Kosek
Mandolin - Andy Statman
Written-By - Pee Wee King, Red Stewart
B4Mr. Bojangles7:30
Acoustic Guitar, Vocals - David Bromberg
Bass - Steve Burgh
Written-By - Jerry Jeff Walker
B5Sugar In The Gourd1:44
Acoustic Guitar - Steve Burgh
Fiddle - Ken Kosek
Mandolin - Andy Statman, David Bromberg
Written-By - Tut Taylor

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David Bromberg's "Demon In Disguise," released in 1972, is a dynamic and genre-blending album that exemplifies Bromberg's versatility as a musician. With influences ranging from folk and blues to bluegrass and rock, the album showcases Bromberg's exceptional musicianship and eclectic songwriting.

The album opens with the lively and catchy "The Holdup," a bluegrass-infused track that sets the tone for the rest of the record. Bromberg's intricate guitar work and spirited vocals make it an engaging introduction to the album.

Another highlight is "Sharon," a heartfelt and introspective song that showcases Bromberg's emotive singing and poetic storytelling. The song's poignant lyrics and Bromberg's tender delivery create a moving and relatable listening experience.

"Demon In Disguise" also features the bluesy and groovy "Suffer to Sing the Blues," where Bromberg's impressive slide guitar skills take center stage. The track's infectious rhythm and Bromberg's soulful vocals make it a standout moment on the album.

Throughout the record, Bromberg's skillful guitar playing remains at the forefront, whether he's exploring traditional folk tunes or infusing his songs with elements of rock and roll.

"Demon In Disguise" is a testament to David Bromberg's musical ingenuity and his ability to seamlessly blend various genres. The album's diversity and Bromberg's undeniable talent make it a captivating and enjoyable addition to any folk or blues enthusiast's collection.