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Max Yasgur's Farm
SALUTE!
Doug Robertson
NEW CLOTHES
and newest Release
"CRAZY"

"MAX YASGUR'S FARM -
A salute to Woodstock Era
acoustic music" takes the
stage and brings you on a
tour of the summer of love.

Doug's music has been described   as a diverse mix. From the mellow revival tone in 'Bridge Builder'  to blues in 'Life's in the Blood'.

And now biting political satire with his newest parody release

"CRAZY"

MAX YASGUR'S FARM: Salute! To woodstock era acoustic music
DOUG ROBERTSON: New Clothes

Max Yasgur's Farm  founder
Doug Robertson explains, "We try to capture the heart of live performances of the time."

And capture they do.

Their Freshman release: "SALUTE", features a rendition of "Suite Judy Blue Eyes" that brings back to mind the début performance of a scared trio, Crosby Stills & Nash as they played it with one guitar and three vocals to
half a million people in a disaster
area called Woodstock.

"We perform songs that cover bands
don't touch." beams Robertson.
It's true! "SALUTE" features the
early Beatles "Anna", and "I Should
Have Known Better"; Mama's & Papa's
"California Dreaming"; Moody Blues
"Story in your Eyes"; and
Doby Grey's "Drift Away."

The band also throws in jaw dropping
vocal harmonies with CSN's
"Helplessly Hoping"; Neil Diamonds
"Solitary Man"; Judy Collins "Someday
Soon"; America's "Ventura Highway";
and the Eagles "Peaceful Easy Feeling"

Outstanding acoustic guitar work
highlights the blues favorite "Before
You Accuse Me" and the album is
topped off with Sergeant Pepper
seasoning in their tongue in
cheek original song, "Shove It."

This is a great representation of the
abilities of this authentic Woodstock
tribute band.

Please visit max Yasgur's Farm at their MySpace site and become friends.

'Post Christian Era Love Song'
reminds listeners of California singer
and ironic songwriter, Randy Stonehill.

'Rocks & Gravel' is a Truck Driving, Country Rock tune lamenting a bad decision.

'Coleen' is a Chuck Berry, Rock & Roll ode to the girl who set me right.

'Breakaway' is a haunting jazz influenced song of regret, yet hope.

Title song 'New Clothes' is a rock & roll line dance of self delusion.

 'Strength of the Dark' -a Modern Rock anthem that predates 9-11, but is so appropriate in the light of the terrorist attack.

'Part Of Me' - A tender Jazz influenced love song

Blues tune 'Life's in the Blood' comes in two forms - the acoustic, back porch slow jam feel, and the reprise at the end that kicks it with full band and double lead guitars.

Please visit Doug Robertson at his MySpace site and become friends.

 

 


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