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Jerry Lee Gingery & The Juju Kings - Southside Of Nowhere (2014)

6-04-2015, 19:40
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Jerry Lee Gingery & The Juju Kings - Southside Of Nowhere (2014)

Artist: Jerry Lee Gingery & The Juju Kings
Title Of Album: Southside Of Nowhere
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Blues Rock
Label: Mojo Palace Records
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 58:15
Total Size: 137 MB
Covers: Front

01. Whiskey Train (6:10)
02. Southside Of Nowhere (4:19)
03. Rich Man Blues (4:26)
04. Something's Wrong (4:14)
05. Must Have Been Blind (4:33)
06. B & B By The Sea (6:21)
07. Life Goes On (4:44)
08. Hop Skip & A Jump (2:46)
09. Mae Bea Sweet Baby (4:01)
10. Sorry For Myself (4:14)
11. Tired Of Messin' With You (6:25)
12. Daddy's Song (5:55)

Brought up in a split family and raised by a single mother on the edge of poverty, many times Jerry Lee Gingery was made to feel like an outcast in society. Most people would associate this style of upbringing as being born on the “wrong side of the tracks”, but this was not the case with Jerry Lee. Even though he grew up on the “wrong side’, it felt like the “right side” to him. It was all he knew. It was home and his start in life. When times got tough and the blues set in, he would always reach for his guitar and dig in to his music. This always gave him the energy he needed to fight and claw his way out of the “Southside of Nowhere” which is the title song for his new CD.

Jerry Lee’s commitment to the Blues was born in Chicago when he was just a teenager. He attended a Howlin’ Wolf performance and was invited to sit in on bass guitar for a few songs. After sitting in, he sat with the audience about five feet from Howlin’ Wolf performing “Decoration Day” and was truly moved by the blues. He couldn’t believe the power, real pain and sorrow that came from just one man’s voice, three chords and the truth. It was experiences such as this which motivated Jerry Lee to explore the mysteries of his guitar and to master the grooves he could create with his bass guitar from that point on.

After recording his first release “Mojo Palace” in 2002, many years slugging it out in the Midwest bar scene and a forced hiatus due to some unscheduled health issues, Jerry Lee came back to the music scene with a new found fire in his belly. In the spring of 2012 he formed Jerry Lee & The Juju Kings with his good friends Eddie Narakas on guitar, Rob Aguilera on drums, and Richard “RJ” Westrick on keys. Together, the chemistry was so good that by the fall of 2012 they won the Prairie Crossroads Blues Society’s “Road To Memphis” blues challenge. This propelled them on to the International Blues Challenge in January of 2013 where they rocked the house at the famed Rum Boogie on Beale Street in Memphis. They returned to the Midwest and proceeded to rock and delight audiences at several major blues festivals during the summer of 2013. After witnessing how well his new music was being accepted at these events, Jerry decided it was time to record his next CD. After a short chat and a simple handshake with Mark Klak of Klakworks Studio in Buckingham, Illinois and a years worth of meticulous dedication, “Southside of Nowhere” was released on September, 18th, 2014.

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