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Wyland Blues Planet Band - Blues Planet III (2013)

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Title: Blues Planet III
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Wyland Records
Genre: Blues, New Orleans Blues
Quality: 320/Flac
Total Time: 68:54
Total Size: 167/488 Mb


01. Blues World
02. Time to Get Back Home
03. Down On the Water 2
04. Time to Go Now
05. Sirens Blue Song
06. You Sure Look Fine
07. The World Is Blue
08. Big Fine Woman
09. Bad, Bad Man
10. Another Day Passing
11. Blues Planet Jelly (Instrumental)
12. Body and Mind
13. Stingray Stomp (Instrumental)
14. Start to Have Some Fun
15. Live in the Moment
16. Blues Planet Boogie (Instrumental)

Wyland's Blues Planet Band, featuring Taj Mahal and 38 legendary Blues artists, bring you an incredible blues masterpiece.
All editions of the three-volume CD set includes words and music by Wyland and musical performances from more than thirty of today’s pre-eminent artists, such as:
Blues Great Taj Mahal
Blues Master Rod Piazza and the Mighty Flyers
The Dirty Dozen Brass Band’s Roger Lewis
New Orleans Clarinetist Dr. Michael White
Hawaii’s Willie K
Steve Turre of NBC’s Saturday Night Live
Delfeayo Marsalis
Nick-I Hernandez
Here is the final installment of one of the more quixotic recording projects undertaken in recent years. In 2011, ocean explorer/environmentalist/artist Wyland gathered together a collection of musicians from New Orleans and various other parts of the world at Piety Street studios to record 48 songs he’d written. The songs, inspired according to Wyland by Jacques Cousteau, marine biologist Dr. Sylvia Earle, Robert Johnson, Clarence Clemons and Taj Mahal, are designed to raise public consciousness in general about the fate of our oceans and in particular about the destruction of the Gulf coast following Hurricane Katrina in 2005 and the BP oil spill in 2010. On paper this sounds like a lot of other well-meaning but unfocussed projects, but the pleasant surprise is that the sessions produced three consistently listenable and occasionally terrific records. It helps, of course, to have a vocalist of Taj Mahal’s quality singing songs like “Blues World” and “Down on the Water” from the current album, but lesser-known singers Nick I, Amy Hanaiali’i Gillom and Willie K all do great jobs and an excellent supporting cast keeps the proceeds rocking along nicely. Rod Piazza on harmonica, Rusty Zinn on guitar and Mitch Woods on piano do yeoman, while New Orleans greats Jon Cleary, Roger Lewis and Dr. Michael White also pitch in. This is the rare worthwhile public-interest project that also sounds good.

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