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Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Wayne Sauls & The Bear Facts Band 2001 Emotional

Genre: Blues
Rate: 192 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:50:08
Size: 68,75 MB

United States

The late Wayne "Bear" Sauls expresses his full intensity on this CD release. The CD contains 13 tracks of rockin eclectic Southern Rock and Blues, to include on track "Half Ain't Been Told" by Eric Quincy Tate, featuring Wayne on vocal and guitar, Donnie McCormick-drums, Joe Rogers-keys and David Cantonwine-bass.

Wayne "Bear" Sauls and the Bear Facts Band are proud to bring you the heart of their sound on their latest release "Emotional". From high-energy electric blues to the sounds of Southern Rock, this CD is sure to please. Wayne is accompanied on the CD by music veterans Paul Hornsby (producer of The Marshall Tucker Band-Charlie Daniels) on the Hammond B-3, and Stevie Hawkins on drums and vocals. Lovers of blazing blues guitar and spontaneous jams, Emotional has it all.

Emotional is the one word to appropriately describe the late Wayne "Bear" Sauls. He sings and plays his guitar with heart on this CD, and those emotions transcend to the listener with moving musical spirit. "Bear" fuses blues and rock-n-roll to achieve his own unique style and magical sound. The songs included in this CD are a journey through several facets of Wayne "Bear" Sauls Emotional Genius. (


01 - Crazy 'bout My Baby 03:20

02 - Trouble In Mind 04:16

03 - Big Legged Woman 04:30

04 - Don't Come Around Here 03:34

05 - The Road Is A Friend Of Mine 03:39

06 - It's Up To You 06:36

07 - Three Quarter Moon 03:25

08 - Half Ain't Been Told 03:52

09 - Special Kind Of Mambo 02:40

10 - Set Me Adrift 03:26

11 - Hand In The Pocket 02:14

12 - Movin' Down The Road 05:06

13 - One Too Many 03:30

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