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Bolivar Blues

by Sergio Webb

The new record is a taste of Bob Dylan with shades of John Prine but it is quintessential Sergio Webb. Mostly co-written songs with David Olney, John Hadley and Tony McLoughlin; along with songs written by Pinto Bennett, Richard Dobson, Fred Neil, Dave
Genre: Folk: Psych-folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Bolivar Blues
5:11 album only
2. Covington Girl
2:58 album only
3. The Other Side Of This Life
3:49 album only
4. Death of a Clown
2:05 album only
5. Spider On The Wall
4:07 album only
6. Eastern Steamship Line
4:27 album only
7. Tree Line
3:38 album only
8. In The Time
2:54 album only
9. Something For You
3:21 album only
10. One Bar Town
3:30 album only
11. Winnemucca... Slight Return
3:35 album only
12. The Drake
3:26 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Produced by Rob Price and Sergio Webb. Executive Producers: Elizabeth A. Webb and Tony B. Sola. Package Design and Original Artwork by Julie Sola. Bolivar Penninsula is the mainland east of Galveston Island. I hang around here sometimes. Most of the songs on Bolivar Blues are co-written songs from last year. The scenery is from The Bayou, The gulf of Mexico, the high desert of Winnemucca, a Rock Mountain Aspen grove, Spiders, sedan Fords, Covington girls, washboard roads, dead clowns, the other side of this life, broken hands, brused heads, broken hearts, autoharps and San Franciso motel rooms.

"His range is phenomenal. He goes from beautiful classical passages to hair raising rock licks in the blink of an eye"
- David Olney

"When Sergio Webb plays, it's Saturday night AND Sunday morning. He takes a century of blues and reduces it to its essence---a single note or phrase that will echo in my head for days" - Will Kimbrough

"Sergio plays guitar like he invented it. He's got more tricks up his sleeve than Houdini."
- Gwil Owen



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I've now played this cd over 100 times and I'm playing it LOUDER!
But softer is still ok too.

Van DeLisle

I've never heard of Sergio Webb before this album. Where have I been?!? 'Bolivar Blues' has some of the prettiest music I've ever heard. 'Blues' is a bit misleading. From the opening guitar solo to the last, this album is SO beautiful it hurts. Even the artwork by Julie Sola is gorgeous, the cover even 'feels' nice!
It would be hard to pick any favorites on this cd. There are a few songs that rock out, but over all I feel that 'Bolivar Blues' is not meant to be played LOUD.
A LOT of great music has come out in 2009, and 'Bolivar Blues' is definitely on my TOP FIVE list. Maybe even #1.
Thanks, Sergio!