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Pentecostal - Mark Lanegan & Duke Garwood - Black Pudding (CDr, Album)

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  1. A more lo-fi affair, much like multi-instrumentalist Duke Garwood's own Dreamboatsafari or Mark Lanegan's latest EP, Dark Mark Does Christmas, Black Pudding sounds like a soundtrack to an old western movie. The dry, nostalgic guitar leads, ranging from slow, acoustic picked leads to more experimental feedback-laden ones, showcase Garwood's knack for vintage, haunting blues.
  2. May 17,  · Mark Lanegan is back to working with a musical co-pilot here, though British multi-instrumentalist Duke Garwood's accompaniments are rather subsumed by Lanegan's outsized personality. Black.
  3. Jan 13,  · Mark Lanegan has teamed up with multi-instrumentalist Duke Garwood to release Black Pudding. Lanegan, never one to shy away from unique collaborations, has previously worked with Belle & Sebastian's Isobel Campbell, The Afghan Whigs' Greg Dulli and as a member of The Screaming Trees, Soulsavers and Queens of the Stone Age/5(48).
  4. Black Pudding, the latest offering from neo-blues man Mark Lanegan and collaborator Duke Garwood, certainly has that addictive quality. Lanegan is well-known for starting his career in the s with Washington-based group the Screaming Trees.
  5. This certainly applies to both Mark Lanegan and Duke Garwood. Over the years they have maintained wide associations, pursuing various musical projects along the way. This year’s With Animals album is their second release, following their debut Black Pudding from Tonight’s show saw them play both albums in full and in order.
  6. Black Pudding, an Album by Mark Lanegan & Duke Garwood. Released 16 April on Ipecac (catalog no. IPC; CD). Genres: Singer/Songwriter, Contemporary Folk, Acoustic Rock.
  7. Though Black Pudding marks the first time that singer Mark Lanegan and multi-instrumentalist Duke Garwood have recorded together, it isn't the first time they've collaborated. The latter toured with the Gutter Twins, Lanegan's project with Greg Dulli. Garwood's name isn't as well-known to the general public as the singer's, but his reputation among musicians certainly is.
  8. Over the last decade, Lanegan and Garwood have worked in tangent on ’s Black Pudding as well as on Lanegan’s solo records (Garwood contributed to ’s Blues Funeral and ’s Gargoyle after which he toured as part of Lanegan’s band).This summer they release their second record together, With Animals on August 24th.

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