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Blues Of Desperation
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Bold 2016 studio album, his most powerful & diverse album yet. Gritty blues, soulful rock & yearnful acoustic ballads
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This legendary virtuoso goes one louder with this his 12th studio release, reasserting his rock credentials and the results are a true testament to his versatility as an artist, from blues to rock to funk to blues to rock, he rules in all of his genres.
"This Train" roars out of the gates, rocking the house, Anton Fig on drums with dual drummer Greg Morrow set up the percussive power that thunders through all tracks, unstoppable ! Reese Wynan's excellent piano work as always is remarkable combined with the background bass power of Michael Rhodes, classic.
"The sound here is bigger, bolder and brighter than what has come before and it's clear that, from the first moments of 'This Train', Joe is firing on all cylinders.
JB's long time producer Kevin Shirley is back behind the boards, a proven partnership, keeping everything crisp and clean with the voice and guitar always at the forefront.
The modern blues king deals out his usual gnarly riffs and stinging lead breaks. I love the quiet, laid back recurring groove of my favorite track "Drive" where Joe lulls you and then slowly builds to the crashing solo.
True innovation, both the blues purist and hardcore rock enthusiast can fully appreciate. Lots of swagger, contrasting numbers, and full of surprises, this one is a richly rewarding album.
A great selection of songs again on this album.
Looking forward to seeing him live his November in Toronto.
Most recent customer reviews
Excellent music. Few songs are real masterpieces. The hard working Joe is in a good shape!Published 1 month ago by Stefan
What's that line in the Travelling Wilbury's 'Handle with Care'? ....over exposed, commercialized? Yeah, that...and commoditized too. Read morePublished 2 months ago by guy berthiaume