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The Blues Band - Few Short Lines (2011) 320/Lossless

8-05-2015, 07:12
Music | Blues | Rock | FLAC / APE



The Blues Band - Few Short Lines (2011) 320/Lossless


Artist: The Blues Band
Title Of Album: Few Short Lines
Year Of Release: 2011
Label: Repertoire
Genre: Blues, Blues Rock
Format: Mp3 | Flac
Quality: 320 kbps | Lossless
Total Time: 58:43 Min
Total Size: 144 Mb | 430 Mb (covers)

Tracklist:

01. Few Short Lines
02. My Brother Was A Sailor
03. Sway With Me
04. You Are True
05. Living With The Blues
06. I Believe I'm In Love With You
07. Pay It No Mind
08. Statesboro Blues
09. Suddenly I Like It
10. My Toot Toot
11. That's My Way
12. Road
13. It Take Love
14. You Can Dance To The Blues

Brand new album from one of the UK's best loved and most popular bands. A team of superb musicians, headed by incomparable singer and harmonic player supreme Paul Jones and lead guitarist Tom McGuinness. With bass man Gary Fletcher, slide guitarist Dave Kelly and drummer Rob Townsend, they tear through a barnstorming selection of mainly original numbers.

Hallelujah! Yes, it's a brand new album from one of the UK's best loved and most popular bands. We could say it stars the incomparable singer and harmonic player supreme Paul Jones. We could add it also stars Tom McGuinness on lead guitar. But The Blues Band is really a co-operative with a team of superb musicians on board. And, this time, they are augmented by welcome guest artists adding extra blues power. Among those joining the regulars are singers Linda Lewis and Maggie Bell, the legendary Al Kooper on keyboards, Mike Sanchez and Pete Wingfield on piano, and Southside Johnny on raunchy vocals. Together they tear through a barnstorming selection of mainly originals numbers, many written by bass man Gary Fletcher and slide guitarist Dave Kelly. There are 14 tracks to enjoy, ranging from Paul Jones Suddenly I Like It to Tom's thoughtful My Brother Was A Sailor - all about the perils of life at sea. Few Short Lines makes a fine addition to the legacy of a band, whose career now spans more than 30 years. Good to know they are still out on the road, playing the music they love.





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