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Jack Rose - Luck In The Valley album FLAC

  • Performer: Jack Rose
  • Title: Luck In The Valley
  • Genre: Rock / Blues
  • Country: US
  • Formats: AHX RA WAV AU MP2 MP1 DTS
  • Released: 2018
  • Style: Country Blues, Acoustic, Experimental
  • MP3 album: 1637 mb
  • FLAC album: 1416 mb
  • Rating: 4.3/5
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Jack Rose - Luck In The Valley album FLAC

Luck In The Valley Jack Rose. 6. Luck In The Valley.

Luck In The Valley, too, mostly swings like a motherfucker. It has the same spontaneous, downhome spirit of 2009’s Jack Rose And The Black Twig Pickers album – indeed, some of that band (notably Mike Gangloff, another alumnus of Pelt) figure again. There are rollicking vintage rags, like WC Handy‘s St Louis Blues (written in 1914, first essayed solo by Rose on 2006’s self-titled album), Rose mixing it with a rambunctious pianist, Hans Chew, and a self-explanatory figure called Harmonica Dan. There are rapturous solo ragas, notably Tree In The Valley where, typically, Rose deploys enormous.

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Luck In The Valley" (2:21). 2. "Saint Louis Blues (WC Handy)" (4:26). 3. "Tree In The Valley" (6:08). 4. "Everybody Ought To Pray Sometime (Crumpton, Summers)" (2:45). 5. "West Coast Blues (Blind Blake)" (2:38). 100% Secure Shopping. Best music store: 5 time winners. Help & Information.

Jack Rose (February 16, 1971 – December 5, 2009) was an American guitarist originally from Virginia and later based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Rose is best known for his solo acoustic guitar work. He was also a member of the noise/drone band Pelt. Missing lyrics by Jack Rose? Know any other songs by Jack Rose?

Luck in the Valley finds Rose at his best surrounded by like-minded friends on a recording that is enriched by a sense of history but entirely new, vibrant and warm. Limited repress of 500 copies on RTI 180 gram vinyl presented in an old-style tip-on jacket with a hand-pasted letterpressed cover. Includes download coupon. Like all pre-war recordings and all of Rose's releases, this album was recorded live. It was not created using overdubs but rather by recording a few 'takes' and selecting the best performance out of those. Rose stated, 'I wanted.

Luck in the Valley is the third part of guitarist Jack Rose's self-deprecatingly and humorously referenced "Ditch Trilogy," which began with Dr. Ragtime & Pals in 2008 and continued with Jack Rose & the Black Twig Pickers in 2009. It was finished shortly before his untimely death in December of 2009. Like the previous two recordings, this set explores prewar American music, from blues and folk styles to rags and early bluegrass. Rose uses the Pickers - Glenn Jones, Harmonica Dan, and Hans Chew - on most of this set, and performs solo as well

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Blues For Percy Danforth
Harmonica – Issak Howell*Jew's Harp [Jaw Harp] – Mike GangloffLap Steel Guitar – Jack RoseTambura [Tampura] – Nathan BowlesWritten-By – Jack Rose
A2 Lick Mountain Ramble
Fiddle – Mike GangloffGuitar – Issak Howell*, Jack RoseWashboard – Nathan BowlesWritten-By – Jack Rose
A3 Woodpiles On The Side Of The Road
Lap Steel Guitar – Jack RoseWritten-By – Jack Rose
A4 When Tailgate Drops, The Bullshit Stops
Guitar – Jack RoseHarmonica – Harmonica DanPiano [Tack Piano] – Hans ChewWashboard – Nathan BowlesWritten-By – Jack Rose
A5 Moon In The Gutter
Banjo – Glenn Jones Bones – Nathan BowlesGuitar – Jack RoseWritten-By – Jack Rose
B1 Luck In The Valley
Bones – Nathan BowlesGuitar – Issak Howell*, Jack RoseJew's Harp [Jaw Harp] – Mike GangloffWritten-By – Jack Rose
B2 Saint Louis Blues
Harmonica – Harmonica DanLap Steel Guitar – Jack RosePiano [Tack Piano] – Hans ChewWashboard – Nathan BowlesWritten-By – W.C. Handy*
B3 Tree In The Valley
Guitar – Jack RoseWritten-By – Jack Rose
B4 Everybody Ought To Pray Sometime
Banjo [Slide Banjo] – Mike GangloffHarmonica – Issak Howell*Lap Steel Guitar – Jack RoseWashboard – Nathan BowlesWritten-By – Crumpton*, Summers*
B5 West Coast Blues
Banjo – Issak Howell*Guitar – Jack RoseJew's Harp [Jaw Harp] – Mike GangloffWashboard – Nathan BowlesWritten-By – Blind Blake

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Jack Rose
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Thrill Jockey Records
  • Recorded At – The Shed
  • Recorded At – Black Dirt Studio
  • Mastered At – Grey Market Mastering
  • Mastered At – Salt Mastering


  • Banjo – Glenn Jones
  • Bones, Percussion [Boards] – Nathan Bowles
  • Cover – Daniel Bachman
  • Fiddle, Jew's Harp [Jaw Harp], Banjo [Slide Banjo] – Mike Gangloff
  • Guitar – Jack Rose
  • Guitar, Harmonica, Banjo – Isak Howell
  • Harmonica – Harmonica Dan
  • Lap Steel Guitar – Jack Rose
  • Layout – Paco Barba
  • Mastered By – Harris Newman
  • Mastered By [Vinyl Mastering] – Paul Gold
  • Mixed By – Meagher*, Gangloff*
  • Piano [Tack Piano] – Hans Chew
  • Recorded By – Jason Meagher (tracks: A3 to A5, B2, B3), Mike Gangloff (tracks: A1, A2, B1, B4, B5)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Sticker): 0790377229110

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
Thrill 229 Jack Rose Luck In The Valley ‎(LP, Album) Thrill Jockey Thrill 229 US 2010
Thrill 229 Jack Rose Luck In The Valley ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RP, 180) Thrill Jockey Thrill 229 US 2010
Thrill 229 Jack Rose Luck In The Valley ‎(CD, Album, Dig) Thrill Jockey Thrill 229 US 2010

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