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Borderline (180g)

Artist: Ry Cooder
Ry Cooder - Borderline 180g Vinyl LP
Label: Rhino
Regular Price: $23.95
On Sale For: $14.37 
Year: 2013
Format: Vinyl - Audiophile

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Acclaimed guitarist/songwriter/composer Ry Cooder's 1980 Warner Bros. album Borderline follows-up his 1979 effort Bop Till You Drop and it takes that album's charming electric R&B/soul explorations and mixes in sounds of the Southwest. Some of Cooder's collaborators here include the revered John Hiatt (guitar/vocals) and Jim Keltner (drums) and the substantial 10-song set is highlighted by impassioned cuts like "The Girls from Texas," "The Way We Make a Broken Heart" and "Crazy 'Bout an Automobile (Every Woman I Know)."

"Ry Cooder once likened his playing – a sublime amalgam of American folk and blues, Hawaiian slack-key guitar, the Tex-Mex zest of conjunto and the regal sensuality of Afro-Cuban son – as "some kind of steam device gone out of control." Cooder's life on guitar has been distinguished by a rare mix of archaic fundamentals and exploratory passion, from his emergence as a teenage blues phenomenon with Taj Mahal and Captain Beefheart in the mid-Sixties to his roots-and-noir film soundtracks and central role in the birth and success of the 1996 Havana supersession Buena Vista Social Club. 

"As a sideman, Cooder has brought true grit and emotional nuance to classic albums by Randy Newman, the Rolling Stones and Eric Clapton. Cooder is also a soulful preservationist, keeping vital pasts alive and dynamic in the modern world. A good example: the night Bob Dylan showed up at Cooder's house asking for a lesson on how to play guitar like the bluesman Sleepy John Estes." - #31 on Rolling Stone's 100 Greatest Guitarists of All-Time
ARTISTS
Ry Cooder (guitar/vibes/vocals)
Jim Keltner (drums)
George "Baboo" Pierre (percussion)
Tim Drummond (bass)
Reggie McBride (bass)
William D. Smith (piano/organ/vocals)
John Hiatt (guitar/vocals)
Jesse Harms (synthesizer)
Bobby King (vocals)
Willie Green Jr. (vocals)
TRACKS
1.  634-5789
2.  Speedo
3.  Why Don't You Try Me
4.  Down In the Boondocks
5.  Johnny Porter
6.  The Way We Make A Broken Heart
7.  Crazy 'Bout An Automobile (Every Woman I Know)
8.  The Girls From Texas
9.  Borderline
10. Never Make Your Move Too Soon
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