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Oren Bloedow - Luckiest Boy in the World album mp3
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    Oren Bloedow
  • Title:
    Luckiest Boy in the World
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  • Date of release:
    August 25, 1998
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  • Recording location:
    Vintage Recorders, Phoenix, AZ
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    1202 megabytes
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    1245 megabytes
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    1276 megabytes
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Design, Layout Design. Composer, Design, Guitar, Layout Design, Primary Artist, Vocals. Pieter Bruegel the Elder. Cover Art. Jamie Candiloro.

The Luckiest Boy in the World. 100% Live Oren Bloedow. Unknown Submit Tempo you can also upload the audio file to get the Tempo. The Luckiest Boy in the World. Top Songs Oren Bloedow.

CD 1. 1. In the Clinch. 4. Do I Have to Take You Outside. 5. Prayer No. 2. 6. Like an Arch. 11. In the Clinch: Continued.

Oren Bloedow (born July 3, 1965 in New York City) is an American singer, guitarist, and composer. He founded the band Elysian Fields in 1995 with Jennifer Charles. Oren's first serious musical affiliations were with Phillip Johnston, Bobby Previte and Wayne Horvitz, all of whom worked with him in Bobby Radcliff's blues band in the 1980s. With Radcliff, Oren backed up Dr. John, Otis. Luckiest Boy in the World 1998. La Mar Enfortuna 2001, Tzadik Records. She Goes with me to a blossom World 2011, Noosphere.

Oren Bloedow first gained renown in the New York downtown music scene as the bassist for John Lurie's Lounge Lizards and as a member of Samm Bennett's Chunk. A highly musical, understated bass player, Bloedow was an essential member of the early-90s Lounge Lizards, which had evolved from a post-punk non-jazz prank into a cohesive band carefully chosen by Lurie as an outlet for his rich musical vision. In 1998 Bloedow released his second solo album, The Luckiest Boy in the World, on which the popular organ trio Medeski, Martin and Wood served as his backing band. Mar Enfortuna followed three years later.

Bloedow seems joined to his material at the hip. You can�t imagine these songs � the sad/funny love song "In the Clinch," the familial dyfunction- themed "Do I Have to Take You Outside?"-being performed by anyone but him. With a vocal style that�s both sure and frail, Bloedow builds mini-shrines to emotional glitches, as if he�s trying to create coping mechanisms for his own emotions on the spot. By employing some of the brightest of the New York City downtown improv crowd-Medeski Martin & Wood, Dave Tronzo-Bloedow honors the time-honored.


Scott Anthony - Engineer
D. Bias - Design, Layout Design
Oren Bloedow - Composer, Design, Guitar, Layout Design, Primary Artist, Vocals
Pieter Bruegel the Elder - Cover Art
Jamie Candiloro - Engineer
Jennifer Charles - Vocals
Michael Dorf - Executive Producer
D.K. Dyson - Vocals
Elliot Goldkind - Engineer
Andrew Heermans - Engineer
Aaron Heick - Saxophone
Andrew Hurwitz - Associate Producer
J.C. - Engineer
Fred Kevorkian - Mastering
Dan Levine - Trombone
Billy Martin - Drums
John Medeski - Keyboards
Medeski, Martin & Wood - Guest Artist
Billy Moss - Engineer
Ed Pastorini - Engineer, Vocals
David Stuart - Cover Photo
Ron Sunshine - Harmonica
David Tronzo - Guest Artist, Slide Guitar
Chris Wood - Bass
Rie Yoshizumi - Cover Design

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 In the Clinch Oren Bloedow Oren Bloedow 2:37
2 Endless Tears Oren Bloedow Oren Bloedow 4:42
3 The Living Room Oren Bloedow Oren Bloedow 5:02
4 Do I Have to Take You Outside Oren Bloedow Oren Bloedow 6:05
5 Prayer No. 2 Oren Bloedow Oren Bloedow 7:27
6 Like an Arch Oren Bloedow Oren Bloedow 3:28
7 Foot of the Wall Oren Bloedow Oren Bloedow 8:05
8 Babyland Oren Bloedow Oren Bloedow 4:46
9 The Rules of the Game Oren Bloedow Oren Bloedow 7:00
10 100 Percent Live Oren Bloedow Oren Bloedow 4:38
11 I Need a Fire Oren Bloedow Oren Bloedow 4:42
12 In the Clinch, Continued Oren Bloedow Oren Bloedow 6:27
13 The Living Room Oren Bloedow Oren Bloedow 5:17