- Released: February 27, 2007
- Label: Appleseed Records
Rolling Stone - p.86
"The fluid, orchestral invention of Bromberg's fingerpicking...is in undiminished bloom..."
Down Beat - p.613 stars out of 5
-- "Bromberg shows grace -- not flashiness -- in his picking and sings with the quirky charm of time past."
Dirty Linen - p.87
"[T]his is a good listen and certainly Bromberg knows his way around the material."
- 1.Try Me One More Time
- 2.Kind Hearted Woman
- 3.Big Road
- 4.It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry
- 5.Buck Dancer's Choice
- 6.I Belong To The Band
- 8.Shake Sugaree
- 9.Hey Bub
- 10.Love Changing Blues
- 11.When First Unto This Country
- 12.Levee Camp Moan
- 13.Trying To Get Home
- 14.East Virginia
- 15.Windin' Boy
- 16.Lonesome Roving Wolves
Personnel: David Bromberg (vocals, acoustic guitar); David Bromberg.
Recording information: The Baby Grand, Wilmington, DE.
Author: Bob Dylan.
On his first solo album in nearly two decades, folk guitarist David Bromberg picks up just exactly where he left off. TRY ME ONE MORE TIME is an all-acoustic set of 16 songs, nearly all of them traditional folk and blues tunes, such as the ballad "East Virginia" and the sprightly instrumental showcase "Buck Dancer's Choice." Along with these, Bromberg essays a pair of tunes by Robert Johnson and one each by Blind Willie McTell, Reverend Gary Davis, and Elizabeth Cotton. It's proof of Bromberg's mastery that in this setting, Bob Dylan's "It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry" sounds like a beloved old folk standard.