Arranged By – Arlo Guthrie. Written-By – Arlo Guthrie. Amigo (CD, Album, RE). Koch, Rising Son Records.
Arlo Guthrie "Amigo" (1976) album.
Amigo (Arlo Guthrie album). Studio album by Arlo Guthrie. Amigo is a 1976 album by Arlo Guthrie. It is his seventh studio album. The album peaked in the US Billboard 200 charts. Side one. Side two. 2 Personnel. Additional personnel.
This album has an average beat per minute of 117 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 77/151 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Album starts at 77BPM, ends at 150BPM (+73), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Arlo Guthrie. Every 100 Years - Live auf der Wartburg. 32¢/Postage Due. 2008.
With Amigo, Arlo Guthrie's ninth album, he cemented his place as an important artist in his own right. Like Woody, Arlo has always tempered his sense of tradition and what's important, with a playfulness and sense of humor. The opener, "Guabi, Guabi," a traditional African tune, is as quirky and lighthearted as it is straightforward, whereas "Grocery Blues" is a typical, if humorous and effective Guthrie novelty song. On the other hand, what places Amigo a slight notch above his previous work is the strength of his original material
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Between 1972 and 1979 Arlo Guthrie released an album each year. Amigo' was released in 1976, but the albums released just prior to and after 'Amigo' were a live disc and a compilation, so it stands in the midst of one of Guthrie's least productive eras. The album may be one of Arlo's most diverse, drawing from African, South American, Mexican, and New England themes. By 1976 Arlo Guthrie had matured greatly as a performer and composer.