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Friday, January 31, 2014

Dave Meniketti 1998 On The Blue Side

Genre: Blues-Rock
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 01:03:47
Size: 146,12 MB

United States

Review by Greg Prato

Despite being best known as the guitar slinger for Bay Area pop metallists Y&T, Dave Meniketti has always had a fondness for the blues, as heard throughout his first-ever solo album, 2000s On the Blue Side. Although it's not new for a metal guitarist to rediscover their blues roots (Gary Moore successfully reinvented himself as a bluesmen in the early '90s), Meniketti gets to show off his blues chops throughout.

Included is an album-opening cover of James Brown's "Man's World," while Meniketti does a pretty darn impressive Billy Gibbons impersonation on "Angel on my Shoulder." He pays tribute to Stevie Ray Vaughan on "Just Coastin'," and pours out his heart and soul on "Until Next Time." Those who have Meniketti pegged as merely a heavy metal guitarist will certainly change their tune after hearing On the Blue Side.


01 - Man's World 04:47

02 - Angel On My Shoulder 05:25

03 - Can't Do Nothin' Right 04:28

04 - Loan Me A Dime 09:35

05 - Until The Next Time 04:59

06 - Just Coastin' 04:54

07 - Bad Feeling 05:48

08 - Say Goodbye 04:38

09 - Parchman Farm 02:36

10 - Take It Like A Man 06:22

11 - Baby Blues 04:39

12 - Mister Blister 05:36

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1 comment:

Angel said...

Pop metallists Y&T? No pop, never. Thanx for your blog

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