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Jack Hadley - Deeper (2008)

28-10-2014, 11:53
Music | Blues | Soul | Funk

Jack Hadley - Deeper (2008)

Artist: Jack Hadley
Title Of Album: Deeper
Year Of Release: 2008
Label: Jack Hadley
Genre: Blues, Funky Blues, Soul Blues
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 54:47 Min
Total Size: 134 Mb


1. A War of the Few
2. Deeper & Deeper
3. I'm Here for You
4. What Can I Do
5. Never Too Late
6. Talk to Me
7. Behind My Scar
8. The Great Equalizer
9. You & Me
10. The Apathy Monster
11. Tell Me

"..Jack’s new, surprisingly original album, that steers clear from the 12-bar-stuff; Jack’s guitar sounds refreshing and renewing, and every second is captivating to listen to. Also the vocals sound out of the ordinary. Listen for example to “Behind my Scar” where Jack plays only with his voice, guitar and handclaps. In this song he produces a subtle Hendrix guitar sound which offers a beautiful song with minimal means. The next song “The Great Equalizer” is a jazzy funky thang and also a pleasure for the ear. “You and me” starts with a nice funky guitar riff that slowly changes into a hypnotizing African ‘juju’ rhythm..." (Roots Time, March 2009)

" of those rare guitarists who play just enough to make the song better – haunting Delta drones, snappy, popping chords and tasty licks...” (Andy Shaughnessy, The Atlanta Blues Society, Summer 2008)

"..a rhythmically innovative take on “Every Day I Have the Blues.” Jack was playing a bright blue Telecaster through a vintage Blues Deluxe amp. The tone was classic Tele with its trademark sting in the upper ranges. Jack did all the singing. He’s a tenor with a silky smooth delivery that’s reminiscent of Smokey Robinson seasoned with vibrato similar to Robert Cray’s. He uses his thumb and fingers to pick the guitar strings with graceful dexterity. His solo started with growling low string rumbles, moved up to quick silvery chord clusters in the mid-range and ended with brilliant sustained single tones up high on the fret board..." (Austin Andres, March 2011)

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