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вторник, 3 сентября 2019 г.

Guy King - Truth

Bitrate: 320K/s
Year: 2016
Time: 71:05
Size: 162,9 MB
Label: Delmark Records
Styles: Blues/Soul/Gospel/Jazz
Art: Front

Tracks Listing:
 1. The Same Thing That Can Make You Laugh (Can Make You Cry) - 3:41
 2. Truth - 5:02
 3. My Happiness - 4:36
 4. It's About the Dollar Bill - 4:26
 5. A Day in a Life With the Blues - 5:44
 6. Cookin' in Style - 3:56
 7. See Saw - 4:31
 8. Hey Now - 3:18
 9. I Gotta Right to Sing the Blues - 5:34
10. There Must Be a Better World Somewhere - 5:06
11. King Thing - 5:42
12. Bad Case of Love - 4:23
13. Something's Wrong - 6:01
14. If the Washing Don't Get You (The Rinsing Will) - 4:06
15. One Hundred Ways - 4:53

Guy King – Lead guitar, Rhythm guitar, vocals;
Amr Marcin Fahmy - Rhodes B3 Hammond Organ;
Jake Vinsel - Bass;
George Fludas - Drums;
Marques Carroll - Trumpet;
Christopher Neal - Tenor Saxophone;
Brent Griffin Jr - Baritone Saxophone;
Sahrah Marie Young, Kiara Shackelford and Jihan Murray-Smith -Background Vocals.

Truth is the fourth studio album by Israeli-American blues artist Guy King. Released in 2016, the album is a blend of blues, jazz, funk, and soul. King's vocals on the album were heavily influenced by Ray Charles's vocal stylings. Truth reached #1 at the Roots music report -Contemporary Blues Chart, and #5 at the Living Blues Chart.  Truth is an album with a big band sound, that covers two genres: jazz and Chicago blues. "The album is full of style and sophistication this is blues that has a steely cold determination." The album contains, "blues, funk, soul, and everything in between." Truth is blues, but it is also jazz and soul.  Dan Bindert of Chicago Blues Guide said, "...he (Guy King) plays it sophisticated and soulful, with a sense of taste and genuine feeling that's sometimes lacking in contemporary blues. It's easily the Israeli-born guitarist's most fully realized recording yet, with top flight production." John Mitchell of Blues Blast Magazine opined: "The style is relaxed with more than a touch of jazz in Guy’s playing, at times recalling George Benson in his prime. The whole album swings superbly and the playing and sonic qualities are excellent throughout.


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