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Friday, July 26, 2013

Ladell McLin 2005 Stand Out

Genre: Blues-Rock
Rate: 225 kbps VBR / 44100
Time: 00:37:02
Size: 59,52 MB

United States

Because he was always surrounded by music, it made sense that Ladell would be musically inclined. He was born to singer Marsha McLin and jazz drummer Lamont Braswell. His cousin, Marshall Thompson, was in the Chi-Lites and his brother is blues drummer Andre Cotton. Though renowned for his guitar playing, Ladell started out playing drums. His credits include having backed up Buddy Guy, KoKo Taylor, John Primer and Johnny Guitar Watson. Ladell has been described as a cross between Buddy Guy, Stevie Ray Vaughn and Jimi Hendrix, with a lot of cosmic consciousness that takes you traveling. He possesses an unforgettable soulful blues guitar feel and his hellified solos leave you unable to exhale until he's through with you. Ladell McLin is one of the last of the true Chicago Royalty blues guitarists. Ladell's latest CD, Stand Out is a hot rockin' CD, featuring mostly original tunes. It showcases Ladell's ability as a songwriter, guitarist and singer. (


01 - Rich Man's Lounge 02:37

02 - Hooked 03:36

03 - Stand Out 03:42

04 - House I Built 03:12

05 - Mona Lisa 03:31

06 - Comin' At Ya 02:50

07 - Play The Blues 4 U 03:33

08 - TNT 03:41

09 - Cold In China 03:33

10 - Universe feat. Vernon Reid 06:47

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