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R.B. Stone - Some Call It Freedom (Some Call It The Blues) (2016)

28-02-2016, 21:27
Blues | Rock

Title: Some Call It Freedom (Some Call It The Blues)
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Middle Mountain Music
Genre: Blues Rock, Delta Blues
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 37:22
Total Size: 104 MB

1. Hill Country Stomp (3:57)
2. Some Call It Freedom (3:58)
3. 35 Miles To Mobile (3:02)
4. Yoyo Lover (3:17)
5. Mind Your Bizzness (3:13)
6. Another Thief (3:22)
7. Nickajack (1:58)
8. You Don't Want Me (2:22)
9. Won't Stop Rockin' (3:30)
10. Weapons Of Mass Persuasion (4:05)
11. Standin' On Top Of The World (4:33)

RB Stone's 17th CD: #1 blues rock album on Roots Music Report, Feb. 14, 2016

RB Stone’s parents were huge music lovers; his father, a blues/boogie, rock ‘n’ roller and his mother, a fan of Tennessee Ernie Ford, Janis Joplin, Herb Alpert, Johnny Cash, Sly and the Family Stone, Elvis and the wide variety of hits from the 60’s. At 12, his mother showed him some chords on the piano and Bill Withers’ hit “Lean On Me” was the first song he learned, which started the ball rolling in his long blues/boogie composing career.

Eighteen and just out of high school, music was still a dream that seemed to belong to others, so he hired on with the railroad traveling the Midwest with a 90-man rail gang four days a week. After two years he accepted an offer as an assistant manager at a plumbing, electric and heating store in Ohio, rose to the level of manager and accumulated a house, two cars, two trucks, and two motorcycles.

Restless at 23 RB sold everything but a truck, some harps and a guitar and headed to Colorado to be a cowboy and play music. There he met a horse trainer and lived on an Indian Reservation in Ignacio where he slept in a barn learning horses by day and teaching himself guitar at night. A few months later he got good enough at both and started getting hired by local outfitters to run back-country horse packing, wrangle horses and entertain the guests around the campfire.

Since those early beginnings, RB’s life and career have taken many twists, turns, bumps and bruises accompanied by significant accomplishments. Independent and flying under the radar he has 15 albums under his belt, toured 32 countries & 5 continents, sold over 40,000 albums most of them at his shows. He has a song catalog with Gwen Gordy of the Motown Dynasty at EMI. He’s had principal roles in national commercials, appeared in national music videos and his songs have been recorded by artists such as The Marshall Tucker Band. RB has worked with many major acts from Jazz Greats Hiroshima to The Charlie Daniels Band, has a 14 piece Roots Music Production Show featuring his songs, a Billboard Magazine Songwriting award, to name just a few of his achievements.

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