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Forty4 - 44 Minutes (2013)

24-12-2013, 07:11
Music | Blues | Rock

Forty4 - 44 Minutes (2013)

Artist: Forty4
Title Of Album: 44 Minutes
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Self
Genre: Blues, Rock
Quality: Mp3 (Digital booklet)
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 39:31 Min
Total Size: 101 Mb


1. Pack It Up
2. Loving By The Truckload
3. Just Good Cause
4. Feels So Good
5. Keep The Meter Running
6. Back Cat Bone
7. A Man For Good Loving
8. Taking My Love
9. Forty-Four
+ Digital booklet

Forty4 hail from the Liverpool area and have been playing together since 2007. The album features Neil Partington on guitar and vocals. Neil has been active in writing many of the numbers for the album. On guitar and support vocals is Paul Starkey a fine musician in the school of Clapton. On bass for the album, is Steve Brown one of the original members of Forty4, he has sadly had to leave the band due to illness and has now been replaced by Bill Price. On keyboard is Glen Lewis, a class musician who also runs his own music school. Last but by not means least is Nick Lauro, a seasoned drummer who is affectionately known as ‘The Drum Doctor’.
The first track, ‘Pack It Up’ brings together a bit of jazz, a bit of funk with that New Orleans feel, some great guitar work from the guys and superb vocals from Neil.
Track 2, ‘I Don’t Need No Doctor’ provides funky rhythms in a great bluesy number.
The next track ‘Loving By The Truck Load’, a Forty4's own number, is the classic ‘Rhythm and Groove’, with an R&B flavour, there is some great piano work from Glen.
Love this blues boogie number ‘Just Good Cause’ , another self penned track, again some great guitar work and Hammond keyboard.
‘Feels so Good’ is pure ‘funk’ and written in the individual style of Forty4
Like a blast from the past, although written by the guys, ‘Keep The Meter Running’ provides a great funky feel with some ace drum work from Nick
The guys make this classic ‘Black Cat Bone’ their own … blues with a funky edge. A great Hammond sound again from Glen
A cool blues with jazzy overtones, ‘A Man For Good Loving’, is in the style of swing with great jazz piano from Glen, and is yet another Forty4 number.
Now for a bit of ‘rock n’ roll’, ‘Taking My Love’ is an up tempo good old R&B number, although put together by Forty4, with a great guitar solo by Paul
The band’s name sake, the classic Howlin Wolf number ‘Forty-Four’, is brilliantly performed in their own style.
The album is a brilliant mix of styles and definitely is the height of ‘rhythm and groove’!!! Take a listen and see what you think!!

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