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вторник, 3 сентября 2019 г.

Terry Robb - Confessin' My Dues


Bitrate: 320K/s
Year: 2019
Time: 40:42
Size: 93,7 MB
Label: NiaSounds
Styles: Blues/Delta Blues
Art: Front

Tracks Listing:
 1. Butch Holler Stomp - 1:52
 2. Still on 101 - 2:39
 3. How a Free Man Feels - 2:03
 4. It Might Get Sweaty - 3:18
 5. Heart Made of Steel - 3:38
 6. Now Vestapol - 6:11
 7. Darkest Road I'm Told - 4:07
 8. Three Times the Blues - 4:06
 9. Confessin' My Dues - 3:00
10. Death of Blind Arthur - 2:49
11. High Desert Everywhere - 2:00
12. Keep Your Judgment - 2:01
13. Blood Red Moon - 2:52

Musicians:
Terry Robb – Acoustic and resonator guitars,vocals
Dave Captein – Standupbass on tracks 4, 5, 8, 9 & 12
Gary Hobbs – Drums,tracks 4, 5, 8, 9 & 12
Adam Scramstad – Electric rhythm guitar,track 12
Stuart – Backingvocals,track 12

"Confessin' My Dues", Terry Robb draws on his deep knowledge of Delta blues, ragtime and swing in 13 original compositions ranging from blistering instrumental blues and stunning ragtime fingerpicking to soulful singing backed by a powerhouse rhythm section. From country blues to Coltrane, ragtime to Hendrix, Americana to American Primitivism, Confessin’ My Dues will captivate listeners with its melodic and rhythmic invention and musical virtuosity. The album marks Robb's 15th solo recording, and represents a lifetime of musical influences and experiences. In his Vintage Guitar review of Confessin’ My Dues, noteworthy music critic Dan Forte writes “Robb demonstrates blues’ expansiveness, and his own versatility, not on a travelog of covers but on an album of originals. And it’s difficult to think of anyone who could pull that off as well...In Terry Robb’s hands, it not only all makes sense, it makes perfect blues sense.” “Every release that Terry Robb puts out is a cause to celebrate,” says Greg Johnson, president, Cascade Blues Association. “There are not many guitarists in the blues or any genre that you can come by that are as detailed and clever with their creativity. Confessin’ My Dues is yet another example of Terry Robb doing what he does best – leaving us with a sense of awe and joy with every note he plays. It’s a winning formula that continues to lead the pack.”

Confessin' My Dues

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