Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Marc Benno 1971 Minnows



Genre: Rock
Rate: 192 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:40:30
Size: 61,07 MB

United States

Highly acclaimed as one of the best recordings of the early 70's. (cdbaby)



Tracklist:

01 - Franny 02:58

02 - Put A Little Love In My Soul 02:54

03 - Stone Cottage 04:49

04 - Speak Your Mind 04:55

05 - Back Down Home 04:42

06 - Good Times 02:46

07 - Baby I Love You 03:06

08 - Baby Like You 06:35

09 - Before I Go 04:48

10 - Don't Let The Sun Go Down 02:57





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Jimi Barbiani Band 2010 Back On The Tracks




Genre: Blues-Rock
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 01:00:23
Size: 138,12 MB

Italy

Album Notes

Awesome debut studio disc by this excellent blues/rock axeslinger from Italy featuring 11 tracks of first-rate, authentic, vintage, world-class, blues-based retro-70's, heavy guitar rock that kicks ass with style, class and righteous, old-school, soul-powered, sonic six string authority.

Formely of the band W.I.N.D., Jimi Barbiani brings & delivers the six string mojo that speaks the same language as the guitar greats. Highly Recommended to fans of HENDRIX, TROWER, CLAPTON, ZZ TOP, WARREN HAYNES (GOV'T MULE) & THE ALLMAN BROS.


Tracklist:

01 - I Feel So Lonely 06:09

02 - I Got The Devil 05:30

03 - Good Time Man 04:13

04 - Weeping Sky 07:06

05 - Party Angel 03:49

06 - Streets Of Love 03:31

07 - Superstition 04:32

08 - Sure Got Cold After The Rain Fell 05:24

09 - You Don't Know 05:07

10 - The Day Of The Witch 04:09

11 - Good Morning 10:53





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Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Jeremy Lyons & The Deltabilly Boys 1999 Count Your Chickens Before They Hatch



Genre: Blues
Rate: 256 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:54:39
Size: 100,02 MB

United States

Like good jambalaya, this New Orleans outfit has cooked up a wonderful blend of musical elements that is fun, full of surprises and true to the musical roots on which it draws. In the tradition of Squirrel Nut Zippers, these delta urbanites have resurrected historic folk blues with both fun-filled humor and elegant simplicity. Sample the tunes for a more than competent ride through the past, in a style as up to date as this internet thing. (David Cutrell)



Tracklist:

01 - Count Your Chickens Before They Hatch 02:39

02 - Jerry The Junker 03:26

03 - I Love You Baby, Baby Please Don't Go 02:45

04 - Keep Your Lamp Trimmed & Burning 04:08

05 - (There's Gonna Be A) Fight At The BBQ Tonight 03:39

06 - In The Pines (My Gal) 03:41

07 - Louis Collins 02:57

08 - Some These Days 02:42

09 - Get Rhythm 03:03

10 - Hurricane Way 04:41

11 - Cafe Au Lait 03:40

12 - Catfish 04:52

13 - Restaurant Rag 02:47

14 - Waitin' For My Baby 07:36

15 - Sweet By And By 02:03





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Bluessmyth 2007 Bluessmyth


Genre: Blues
Rate: 192 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:33:44
Size: 46,35 MB

Canada


Tracklist:

01 - The Duel 00:53

02 - Rollin' Penny 02:42

03 - Bring It On 03:34

04 - The Story Of Emmett Till: Innocence Bound 03:10

05 - The Story Of Emmett Till: Run For Your Life 03:36

06 - The Story Of Emmett Till: The Phoenix 02:26

07 - Take The Road 04:31

08 - Mean Mean Woman 03:31

09 - Bluessmyth 09:21





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Monday, April 14, 2014

Pat The White 2010 Strange Fascination



Genre: Blues-Rock
Rate: 160 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:42:55
Size: 49,11 MB

Canada

Strange Fascination, an album that challenged me to find a part I didn't like. From start to finish, my head was a perpetual motion machine, unable to keep from bobbing along at various speeds to every one of the nine tracks. It's clear that every musician on the album is the very definition of professional: not only are the lines played to perfection, but they're infused with the kind of raw energy and emotion that really bring songs to life. They're concerned with making the negative space as interesting as the positive, surprising the listener on more than one occasion with a sudden drop out or prolonged, pregnant pause. With the addition of Pat's charismatic vocals and thoughtful phrases, it's hard to say which moments will resonate with you individually. Many guitar licks and lyrical phrases of Strange Fascination are bound to linger, expressing themselves in a moment of careless humming or a few words that you just can't seem to get out of your head.

Until then, I'll wait patiently and continue to enjoy Strange Fascination, an album that challenged me to find a part I didn't like. From start to finish, my head was a perpetual motion machine, unable to keep from bobbing along at various speeds to every one of the nine tracks. It's clear that every musician on the album is the very definition of professional: not only are the lines played to perfection, but they're infused with the kind of raw energy and emotion that really bring songs to life. They're concerned with making the negative space as interesting as the positive, surprising the listener on more than one occasion with a sudden drop out or prolonged, pregnant pause. With the addition of Pat's charismatic vocals and thoughtful phrases, it's hard to say which moments will resonate with you individually. Many guitar licks and lyrical phrases of Strange Fascination are bound to linger, expressing themselves in a moment of careless humming or a few words that you just can't seem to get out of your head.

Pat the White trots out yet another incredibly alluring midtempo groove called "Another", set to a slightly quicker pace than "Inside and Out". The group has the ability to make any speed sound like the exact right speed for the song, sampling many shades of gray with an artist's touch. Pat's voice is more wistful than soulful, reminding me a little of Tom Petty. This song is downright gritty; I almost feel like I should have a cigarette afterwards. I don't smoke, but this song could almost convince me. It's the epitome of the down-on-your-luck blues, with frustrated and heartsick lyrics about seeing an ex-lover with someone new. That's what I really love about the blues: everyone is able to relate to the subject matter, and it makes no difference who they are or where they from. A non-English speaker could easily understand the pain in Pat's voice in the same way that a non-music student could understand a guitarist's tortured soul through their instrument.

"Hit the Ground" is another sexy, greasy strut. Pat works to scoop notes from the very bottom of his register and just barely pulls it off, the effect sounding like Jim Morrison covering an Allman Brothers tune. "Wake Me" is an upbeat, driving classic rock and blues song/tribute to both The Doors and Jimi Hendrix. The breakdown at 3:10 is nothing short of superb, the band taking quick, giant steps flanked in distorted, psychedelic guitars. It's the kind of bridge that just revs you up and makes you want to headbang and play air guitar. The beat pulls back after a minute, painstakingly finishing out the song with an epic slow march to the end. The final track on the album is called "Léthicia", an instrumental slow jam with heavy, sweeping cinematic chord changes and a gorgoeous melody. If "Inside and Out" was soaked in sweat, then "Léthicia" is dipped in honey. The song was a brilliant choice for the last spot on the album, akin to a flourished signature at the end of a handwritten letter. It stands apart from the rest of the tracks because of the lack of vocals, but the melody is so sweet and simple that the music stands on its own, sure to echo in your head long after you've heard it. It's so pristine and pretty, it almost makes me want to go back and re-listen to the previous tracks just to experience the vast divide that Pat the White so easily traverses. (http://www.bestnewbands.com)


Tracklist:

01 - Where The Road Will Go 04:58

02 - Down To Size 03:28

03 - Bring Back My World 04:18

04 - Inside And Out 05:37

05 - Another 03:49

06 - Real Thing 03:23

07 - Hit The Ground 05:34

08 - Wake Me 06:12

09 - Lethicia 05:36





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Danny Eyer 2004 Whatever It Takes


Genre: Blues
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:51:55
Size: 118,70 MB

United States

Old school songwriting rhythm and blues, heavy on the blues: Soulful vocals and passionate lead guitar with grooves ala Stax, Skynyrd, Joe Cocker and The Band. (cdbaby)



Tracklist:

01 - What Makes Me So Weak 04:42

02 - Whiskey Woman 03:14

03 - Raise Your Glass 05:20

04 - Big Problem 03:15

05 - Whatever It Takes 04:22

06 - Nightime Relief 04:53

07 - Love The One You're With 04:21

08 - Everything Hurts 02:18

09 - That's What Happened There 02:57

10 - Me & The Boys 02:59

11 - I'm Sorry 08:16

12 - Where The Hell's My Train 05:18





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