Mark Knopfler - Sailing to Philadelphia (2000) MP3/Flac

Mark Knopfler - Sailing to Philadelphia (2000)
Mark Knopfler ‎– Sailing To Philadelphia
Mercury ‎– 542 981-2
CD, HDCD, Album
Blues Rock, Country Rock, Classic Rock

1. (00:04:57) Knopfler, Mark - What It Is
2. (00:05:29) Knopfler, Mark - Sailing To Philadelphia feat. James Taylor
3. (00:03:06) Knopfler, Mark - Who's Your Baby Now
4. (00:05:09) Knopfler, Mark - Baloney Again
5. (00:03:22) Knopfler, Mark - The Last Laugh feat. Van Morrison
6. (00:04:12) Knopfler, Mark - Do America
7. (00:05:29) Knopfler, Mark - El Macho
8. (00:04:26) Knopfler, Mark - Prairie Wedding feat. Gillian Welch
9. (00:03:52) Knopfler, Mark - Wanderlust
10. (00:06:23) Knopfler, Mark - Speedway at Nazareth feat. Gil
11. (00:04:34) Knopfler, Mark - Junkie Doll
12. (00:05:29) Knopfler, Mark - Silvertown Blues feat. Glenn Tilbrook
13. (00:03:57) Knopfler, Mark - Sands of Nevada
14. (00:04:06) Mark Knopfler - One More Matinee
15. (00:03:49) Knopfler, Mark - The Long Highway
16. (00:04:24) Knopfler, Mark - Let´s See You.
17. (00:02:59) Knopfler, Mark - Camerad

Personnel: Mark Knopfler (vocals, guitar); Mark Knopfler; Doug Pettibone (electric guitar, mandolin); Glenn Worf (bass guitar); Richard Bennett (guitar); Jim Cox, Matt Rollings (keyboards); Chad Cromwell (drums).Audio Mixer: Chuck Ainlay.Recording information: Shangri-la Studios, Malibu, CA.As guitar gods go, Mark Knopfler is a guy whose mellow music-making approach is at odds with the over-the-top images generally associated with the aforementioned tag. That notwithstanding, Knopfler demonstrates on LIVE FROM SHANGRI-LA that his kind of subtle instrumental skill and deft wielding of musical textures make any kind of six-string histrionics moot. Drawing the bulk of material from this set's 2004 studio predecessor SHANGRI-LA means there's a rich trove of storytelling fare for Knopfler and his compatriots to trot out. "Boom, Like That," a nod to Ray Kroc sung in the McDonald's founder's voice, benefits from a snappy reading while "Donegan's Gone," Knopfler's homage to his skiffle idol, has a twangy charm that points at the influence of Chet Atkins as much as it does of Donegan. And like Bruce Springsteen and Paul Simon, the Scottish string-bender has his own song about a boxer in the shape of the fuzz-guitar blues of "Song for Sonny Liston." The only deviation from the all-SHANGRI-LA track list is "Rudiger," a song from Knopfler's first solo album with a moody nuance and understated guitar playing that hearkens back to the Dire Straits founder's LOVE OVER GOLD days.

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