Spencer Bohren - Present Tense album
Title: Present Tense
Date of release: 1994
Size MP3: 1710 mb
Size FLAC: 1200 mb
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Spencer Bohren is a musician, educator, artist, guitarist and storyteller. Spencer Bohren - vocals and acoustic guitar Reinhard Finke - electric guitar Mutz - bass Sini Nickel - Demir - percussion Fred Puffe - drums Written by: Spencer Bohren, Corinna Bohren camera: Vincent Nickel cut: Maximilian Hansen & Vincent Nickel.
Full album: "Spenser Bohren – Present Tense" 1996. All Tracks by Spenser Bohren, except 8 by Bo Diddley. Spenser Bohren: Vocals, Guitars & Percussion Bengt Blomgren: Electric Guitar Reggie Scanlan: Bass Frank Bua: Drums. Produced by Spenser Bohren & Christian Natale Recorded at ULTRASONIC STUDIOS/ New Orleans. Louisiana by David Farrell. I do not have the rights for the music and photos.
Surrounded by all of us, Spencer Bohren moved on from this earthly plane last night. We ask for a few days of space as we celebrate his life and mourn his passing as a family. With love and appreciation,. com/health-blog. 13/update-part-2. UPDATE ~ PART 2. By the beginning of April, Spencer began experiencing pain in his hip. It persisted and deepened, preventing him from participating in a couple of planned appearances
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Top Songs By Spencer Bohren. 248. 02. No More Cane On The Brazos. 213. 03. Money Blues. 205. 04. Blues On The Ceiling. 124. 05. Down In Central Tennessee. 128. 06. Old Louisa's Movin' On. Spencer Bohren. 90. 09. How Long Blues. Spencer Bohren - Ghost Train (Official Music Video). Spencer Bohren - Present Tense (Full Album) (HQ). Down the Dirt Road Blues.
Guitarist, singer, and songwriter Spencer Bohren is from Wyoming but is often associated with the Crescent City, as he lived there for a number of years and continues to prove a popular club attraction there. Brought up in a strict Baptist family, Bohren sang harmonies in church, and it was his passion for gospel music that led him to become an equally diligent student of blues. In 1989, Bohren had a Top 40 hit in Sweden. Although his discography is quite extensive and Bohren has been presented at many large festivals around the . and Europe, a major-label deal in the . Moon for Virgin Records of France in 1992, and Present Tense for Loft Records in France, a 1995 release. His most recent recordings on . labels include Vintage, a 1994 release for New Blues of New Orleans, and Dirt Roads, a 1996 release on his own Zephyr label out of Caspar, WY.
Present Tense (1994). Present Tense – Originally recorded for release on Sony Records in France, Present Tensecombines Spencer Bohren's fine songwriting with a decidedly New Orleans rhythm section and a killer guitar player. Drummer Frank Bua and bassist Reggie Scanlan anchor the funky music of New Orleans' beloved Radiators.
Spencer Bohren’s story reads like a classic novel. Soon after Spencer Bohren received his first guitar in 1964, a friend presented him with a drawing of a sandaled, determined vagabond, obviously bound for some unknown destination. Walking away from the viewer with a guitar slung across his back, that drawing epitomized Spencer’s naÃ¯ve vision of his destiny as a traveling folk singer. While living in Colorado, SONY, France released another album called ‘Present Tense,’ and a Japanese compilation led to a tour of Japan. All of the foreign opportunities, however, had left Spencer’s American fans untended, and as activity in Europe began to subside, Spencer faced the challenge of reclaiming his audience in the US.
Tense is the seventh Korean studio album (thirteenth overall) by South Korean pop duo TVXQ. It was released on January 6, 2014 by . The record was promoted as a commemorative album for the duo's tenth debut anniversary, which fell on December 26, 2013. Tense consists of modern R&B and pop songs with components of neo soul. Its lead single, "Something", also has elements of swing jazz with big band arrangements.