Label: Sundown - SDLP 1011 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Country Rock
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IsraBox - Music is Life! Though this is by no means the best of Clarence White's guitar work -- or even necessarily the best of his session work from -- it's an important document of no less than 26 rare tracks predating his joining the Byrds. These recordings, often but not always released on the Bakersfield International label in fact a few were previously unreleasedfind White perfecting his transition to the electric guitar and country-rock from bluegrass. The confusing aspect of this phase of his career, on record anyway, is that White's presence is the only real thread running through these recordings, most though not all of which feature him only as a session man, rather than as the billed or featured artist.
Alongside these are eight tracks credited to White himself, some of them previously unreleased. White and the artists explored an almost zany range of tangents, occasionally using sitar, Mellotron, and guitar through a Hammond organ Leslie unit, not to mention nut pulls for bending strings.
What keeps this from being as good as it is historically interesting is the material, which is only average if often ear-perkingly quirky for the most part.
Especially worthy of note Warmachine - Ground Mower - Ground Mower a couple of previously unissued circa electric rock recordings by White's just-ex-bluegrass band the Kentucky Colonels, particularly the Beatles-influenced folk-rock of "Made of Stone" co-written by Eric Weissberg ; Tuff And Stringy - Nashville West - Nashville West might be the first studio tapes of White playing electric guitar.
The lengthy liner notes by compiler Alec Palao do a great deal to chart White's progress during this particularly blurry and Tuff And Stringy - Nashville West - Nashville West juncture in his career. It should be noted that this is not a complete overview of White's session work during the time, which also included tracks with the Various - Ruckus, the Everly Brothers, Rick Nelson, Gene Clark, and others not represented on this compilation.
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