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Duke Robillard - New Blues for Modern Man (1999) Lossless

12-01-2015, 18:14
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Duke Robillard - New Blues for Modern Man (1999) Lossless

Artist: Duke Robillard
Title Of Album: New Blues for Modern Man
Year Of Release: 1999
Label: Shanachie Records
Genre: Blues, Contemporary Blues
Format: Flac
Quality: Lossless
Total Time: 66:14 Min
Total Size: 466 Mb (covers)


01. Jumpin' Rockin' Rhythm
02. Pony Blues
03. Don't Fool With My Love
04. Addiction
05. Fishnet
06. Good Man
07. I Don't Want To Say Best Wishes
08. Hurt Me
09. You're The Only One (Who Can Move Me That Way)
10. Love Sick
11. How Long Baby
12. Big Bottom Blues

Duke Robillard - guitars, mandolin, cumbus, vocals
Doug James - baritone, tenor saxophone and bass clarinet
Dennis Taylor - tenor saxophone
John Packer - acoustic bass
Marty Richards - drums, maracas

Additional Musiciants:
Tom West - organ, piano, electric piano
Al Basile - cornet
Mark Davis - Mando, Mandola
Marilynn Mair - accordion, mandola, mandolin

New Blues for Modern Man is certainly an appropriate title for an album from a man who's been a force in contemporary blues for over 30 years. Duke Robillard, a founding member of Roomful of Blues and occasional member of the Fabulous Thunderbirds, has managed to keep a solid solo career going amid his blues projects, and this album is no exception. The songs, both originals and covers, are well chosen; the only possible misstep is a cover of "Pony Blues," the arrangement of which sounds a little odd. There's some very strong material here as well, though; "Addiction" and "Good Man" settle into some catchy grooves, "Hurt Me" and "Love Sick" are very well done slow blues, and "You're the Only One" has an engaging Spanish feel. --Genevieve Williams

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