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Eugene Hoffman music CDs Bonnie Raitt's 1971 debut is a beautifully mellow affair that shows off her seemingly effortless ease with the blues. Only 21-years-old at the time of the album's release, Raitt had already served her apprenticeship in the club circuit around Boston, opening for blues greats like Buddy Guy, Fred McDowell, and Junior Wells (who appears on this album). The strength and authenticity conferred from such ...
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Eugene Hoffman CD discography Principally recorded at Morantz Music, Minneapolis, Minnesota between October 1990 & October 1991.
Personnel: Mark Stillman (accordion); Eugene Hoffman (saxophone); Cathy Jenson (horns); Mark Bloom (keyboards, background vocals); Steve Greenberg (percussion); Tom Lieberman (background vocals).
Recording information: Kurnow-Schnitzer Studios (10/1990-10/1997); Morantz Music, Minneapolis, MN (10/1990-10/1997); Thunder Digital, Albuquerque, NM (10/1990-10/1997).
Arranger: Mark Bloom.
Personnel: Joe Black (vocals, 6- & 12-string guitars, harmonica, programming); Andy Morantz (guitar, keyboards, backgroung vocals); Mark Bloom (keyboards, background vocals); Mark Stillman (accordion); Eugene Hoffman (saxophone); Cathy Jenson (horns); Bobby "Z" Rivkin, Steve Greenberg (percussion); Caleb Barron, ...