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Alan Gerber - Just A Slice (2014)

30-05-2014, 18:28
Music | Blues | Rock

Alan Gerber - Just A Slice (2014)

Artist: Alan Gerber
Title Of Album: Just A Slice
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Blues Rock, Slide Guitar Blues
Label: Alan Gerber
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 25:00
Total Size: 58 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Boogie Man (5:19)
02. Y'all I Need (3:48)
03. Should Be Happy (3:43)
04. The Pain And The Wine (4:06)
05. Take Me In (3:45)
06. The Keys To Paradise (4:16)

My story is one of good fortune, struggle and perseverance. Born in North America to a family who had fled the pogroms of Eastern Europe and settled in Chicago, the expectation was for me to grow up to be a businessman, doctor or lawyer, but my destiny lay elsewhere.

My mother’s beautiful hands, with crimson fingernails clicking faintly on the keyboard of our Wurlitzer baby grand piano, playing “The Anniversary Song” as I sat on her lap was my first musical magic moment. By the age of five I was totally into the four-handed boogie/blues sessions with my uncles, one a corporate lawyer, the other a businessman, two fabulous blues/jazz pianists eager to share their enthusiasm with me. I could have absorbed the importance of their positions and tried to emulate that, instead I fell in love with music. Because of this obvious attraction my parents signed me up for piano lessons, but, being a kid who needed to move, baseball, basketball and football always took precedence. With or without lessons I always liked to write my own songs on the piano but, when I received a guitar at the age of twelve, I discovered the fun of writing lyrics as well.

My professional career started with a teenage rock band, “The Tools”, playing covers and my original material at schools, parties and clubs. This morphed into Michael and Lee, a duo of myself and the bass player, we recorded a single, “It’s You I’m Thinking Of”, for Earic Records, a subsidiary of Chess. It was great fun to be sitting at school, plugged into my transistor radio, waiting to hear it played on WLS, the biggest rock station in Chicago, where it was often the most requested song of the night due to the repeated telephone calls from everybody in my high school.

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