Geoff Muldaur (born August 12, 1943, Pelham, New York, United States) is an American musician and a founding member of the Jim Kweskin Jug Band of Cambridge, Massachusetts; a member of Paul Butterfield's Better Days; and an accomplished solo guitarist, singer, songwriter, composer, and arranger.
After establishing an impressive reputation with the Kweskin Jug Band during the 1960s, Geoff and then-wife, Maria Muldaur, recorded their first album, Pottery Pie, on Warner Bros. Records in 1969. It was on this album that Muldaur recorded his celebrated version of "Brazil" (original title "Aquarela do Brasil"), which became the title inspiration and the opening theme for Terry Gilliam's 1985 film Brazil. After recording Pottery Pie, the Muldaurs moved to the burgeoning folk, blues, and folk-rock scene in Woodstock, New York. They separated in 1972, shortly after Geoff joined Paul Butterfield's BetterЧитать далее в Википедии...
Альбомы и синглы:
- Blues Boy [альбом]
- Pottery Pie [альбом]
- Sweet Potatoes [27.03.1997, альбом]
- Is Having a Wonderful Time [15.07.2008, альбом]
- Geoff Muldaur & The Texas Sheiks [22.09.2009, альбом]
- Password [сборник]
- The Secret Handshake [03.11.1998, сборник]
- Blues Boy [03.04.2001, сборник]
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