Schramms

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Schramms - Walk To Delphi Walk To Delphi
Pop Used - LP 33007 Okra
1990 Original With Custom Insert. “Although He Stayed In Yo La Tengo Long Enough To Play On That Band's 1986 Debut Album And Has Since Come To Be Known Around East Coast Indie Circles As The Guitarist To Send For When Superb Nashville-Style Picking Or Pedal-Steeling Is Needed, Long Island Native Dave Schramm Has Pledged His Musical Troth To The Band That Bears His Name, A Sterling Country-Pop-Rock Quartet That Manages To Not Compromise Its Humble Lack Of Pretense With A Literary Bent That Regularly Looks To Emily Dickinson For Song Lyrics. The Robust And Handsome Walk To Delphi Unveils The Group, In Which Schramm — Joined By Bassist Al Greller, Organist Terry Karydes And Ex-Human Switchboard Drummer Ron Metz — Makes The Dylanesque Most Of His Woody, Knockabout Voice. Avoiding The Standard Templates (No Gram Parsons Or George Jones Tunes, Thanks Just The Same; The Only Cover Here Is Tom Paxton's "Everytime"), Schramm Doesn't So Much Play Country As Reclaim Its Folky Aspects To Shape His Singer/Songwriter Rock. The Band Does Other Things As Well: "Big Stink" And "Gusano Verde" Are Original Southwestern Instrumentals. If Schramm's Melodies Are Attractive Without Being Memorable, The Whole Enterprise Is So Cozy And Good-Spirited That It's Hard Not To Pull Up A Chair And Enjoy The Warmth.” – Ira Robbins, Trouserpress.Com... more details
 

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