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вторник, 16 июня 2015 г.

Bill Lyerly Band - Cobalt Blues

Bitrate: 320K/s
Year: 2001
Time: 45:03
Size: 103,4 MB
Label: Broadcast Records
Styles: Blues/Rockin' Blues
Art: Front

Tracks Listing:
 1. I Won't Care - 4:30
 2. I've Got Your Number - 4:13
 3. Willy And The Handjive - 4:28
 4. Uh Huh - 4:22
 5. Fm Shoes - 4:30
 6. Dark Glasses - 4:12
 7. Strange Feeling - 3:51
 8. Cobalt Blues/done Somebody Wrong - 4:15
 9. Crazy Mama - 6:21
10. You Never Know - 4:15

Guitarist/vocalist/songwriter Bill Lyerly, in the company of drummer Dex Horton and bassist Stan Jones, has been pounding it down in the Carolinas club scene for years, and during that time Lyerly has pretty much consummated his guitar sound. Cobalt Blues is a near-perfect distillation of Lyerly's groove, and reveals the influences that have shaped his hard-driving, artistically satisfying blues sound. More than anything else, this album revitalizes that Tulsa blues-rock vibe brought to life by Leon Russell, J.J. Cale, Carl Radle, Dick Sims, and Jamie Oldaker during the heyday of Shelter Records and the Tulsa-Clapton connection. Lyerly's cover of "Willy and the Hand Jive" provides an immediate take on that sweet sound. Lyerly originals include "FM Shoes," "Dark Glasses," and "Strange Feeling." Offering the ultimate buzz, however, is Lyerly's reverent, ingenious cover of J.J. Cale's "Crazy Mama," a version that actually takes Cale's song to its logical musical conclusion. The tenth track on the album delivers a complete change of pace as Lyerly and Clyde Mattocks go acoustic country on "Lonesome Whistle," a Lyerly original that reminds us of his previous incarnation as a successful country artist.

Cobalt Blues

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