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Franco Paletta & The Stingers - I Like It Just Like That (2013)

27-10-2013, 19:37
Music | Blues

Franco Paletta & The Stingers - I Like It Just Like That (2013)

Artist: Franco Paletta & The Stingers
Title Of Album: I Like It Just Like That
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Cope Records
Genre: Jump Blues
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 50:33
Total Size: 119 Mb
Covers: Full

01. Oh Baby (4:42)
02. Born To Please (4:39)
03. When She Do That Thing She Do (4:43)
04. She's My Little Girl (4:11)
05. I Like It Just Like That (3:32)
06. Pretty Baby (5:30)
07. Livin' The Blues Again (5:36)
08. Gypsy Woman (5:06)
09. Red Hot Lovers (4:21)
10. It Brings A Tear (4:28)
11. I Really Want To Sing The Blues (3:41)

Since breaking into the Portland Blues scene in the Mid-80's, Franco Paletta has become a mainstay of the city's Blues fans. His dynamic harp style and unique vocals has made him one of Portland's favorite Blues personalities.

Chicago Style Blues Band that makes you want to get up out of your seat and dance the night away. Franco's unique vocals and dynamic harp, along with JT Thomas's outstanding guitar work make this a "must see" Blues act...!

Following Review Excerpt Courtesy Of Cascade Blues Association:
It seems like a long time since Franco Paletta & The Stingers last released Can’t Kick Love. But the wait is more than worth the time. I Like It Just Like That is a brilliant follow-up to that disc and surpasses it immensely. Utilizing the band that he won the Cascade Blues Association’s Journey To Memphis competition and took with him to Memphis for the International Blues Challenge, this is an ensemble that fires on the right track in every direction. The camaraderie between each member enhances one another, all masterful at their respective instruments. This is by far the finest collection of musicians Franco has ever worked with. And Franco himself has never sounded better on vocals and his harp work is dynamic.

Recorded at Droolin’ Dog Records and produced by Dave Alvey, Franco Paletta and Timmer Blakely, the album is filled with catchy tracks that take on a variety of blues directions. Opening with a strong harmonica and guitar pairing on “Oh Baby” the band kicks off in fine fashion, propelled by the added horns Joe McCarthy, Scott Franklin and Jeff Homan. Jason Thomas’ guitar bites with intensity, as he does throughout the album. Steve Kerin steps to the front on the third track with delicious keyboard work. He also pounds the ivories to perfection on numbers like “I Really Want To Sing The Blues” and “Red Hot Lovers.” The rhythm of Timmer Blakely on bass and Jonathan Barber on drums is rock solid, holding the whole band together flawlessly.

Personal highlights on this album filled with great numbers has to be the R&B feel of “It Brings A Tear,” sounding as if it could’ve been lifted from a soul recording from forty-fifty years ago. The Jason Thomas penned “Livin’ The Blues Again” showcases Thomas at his slow blues guitar best; quite moody in a walking the back streets in tears type moment that can raise the hair on the back of your neck.

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nrwsps   User Online   31 October 2013 01:33

Thanks a lot. 1

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