Ernie Hood - Neighborhoods album flac
- Album: Neighborhoods
- FLAC: 1901 mb | MP3: 1763 mb
- Released: 1975
- Rating: 4.8/5
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Ernest Hood - Neighborhoods (1975).
Marketplace 1 For Sale. Neighborhoods (LP, Album).
Ernest Hood – Neighborhoods, 1975. A rare example of a record acting explicitly as a vessel for nostalgia without being maudlin. From Kill Ugly Radio: Ernie was a Portland area Jazz legend, along with his brother, saxophonist Bill Hood. Ernie played with many great jazzbo dudes in the 30’s and 40’s, before his career was cut short by polio. He ventured into community radio and also played improvisational Zither music.
Their first album of new material in eight years (the longest gap between albums to date), its recording followed the band's breakup and later reconciliation. Due to conflicts within the trio, the band entered an "indefinite hiatus" in 2005 and the members explored various side-projects
In 1975, Hood recorded Neighborhoods, his lone album, and released it himself. Neighborhoods drifts past like cumulus clouds and evokes memories of a bygone era; by turns wistful and whimsical, it is a singular vision of one musician’s memories and remains a high point of the American private press.
13. Fighting the Gravity. 14. Even If She Falls.
The Neighborhood is the eighth album by Mexican American rock group Los Lobos. It was released in 1990 and includes contributions from, among others, Levon Helm and John Hiatt. It peaked at at the Billboard 200 in September 1990. All songs written by David K. Hidalgo and Louie F. Pérez, J. except where noted. Down on the Riverbed" – 4:05. I Walk Alone" – 3:00. Little John of God" – 2:19.
Ernie Hood has been played on NTS in shows including Creep Zone w/ James Pants & Marc Schaller, featured first on 28 March 2016. Songs played include Sitka. Original source Last.