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пятница, 6 октября 2017 г.

Jock Rockenbach - Can't Kick The Habit

Bitrate: 320K/s
Year: 1994
Time: 35:31
Size: 81,7 MB
Label: Wellington
Styles: Blues
Art: Full

Tracks Listing:
 1. Can't Kick the Habit - 3:35
 2. Leave You in Chicago - 4:08
 3. Too Much Talk - 5:06
 4. Voodoo Queen - 3:24
 5. The Corner of Hip and Fun - 3:15
 6. Tijuana Blues - 3:21
 7. Done Doin' Good - 3:05
 8. Watch Out for Miss Lucy - 2:09
 9. After One - 3:57
10. Through the Night - 3:26

Jock Rockenbach plays it all: Blues, Rock, Folk, Jazz, Soul, and R&B! Over the past twenty five years, the performer BAM Magazine called, "the guitar ace of the San Francisco Bay Area music scene," has been counted on to supply his skills to a wide variety of projects - from musical theater to raunchy blues. Since moving from Chicago to San Francisco in 1976, he has performed up and down the West Coast - Seattle to Tijuana - drawing on his appetite for different musical styles and spicy food. Although he holds a BA degree with Honors in Classical Guitar, Jock is best known for his blues/roots "guitar pyrotechnics" (Sacramento Bee), and is a popular fixture in Bay Area clubs. He tours Europe annually and has played with a long list of stellar artists in concert, nightclub, television, and radio appearances including Roger Daltry, John Lee Hooker, Chris Isaak, and Nick Lowe. As Assistant Musical Director for the annual BAMMIES award show, he has had the good fortune to perform with many of his heroes including Bonnie Raitt, Buck Owens, and Greg Allman.

Can't Kick The Habit

Chris Thomas King - Hotel Voodoo

Bitrate: 320K/s
Year: 2017
Time: 42:34
Size: 97,9 MB
Label: 21st Century Blues/dist. Virtual Label
Styles: Blues
Art: Front

Tracks Listing:
 1. American Man (In The Key Of Free) - 4:20
 2. Voodoo Child (On Hell's Highway) - 4:03
 3. Friday Night Bleu - 4:14
 4. Have You Seen My Princess - 5:32
 5. Rock & Roll Conjurer - 4:35
 6. Les Bleus Was Born In Louisiana - 2:59
 7. White Folks Call It Jazz - 3:33
 8. Tabby's On The Bayou - 3:31
 9. Someone Like You (Adele) - 6:06
10. Rainbow Lullaby - 3:37

“Hotel Voodoo” is the first new studio album in five years from Grammy winning guitarist, songwriter, and actor, Chris Thomas King. “Hotel Voodoo” is a blues rock guitar tour de force on par with legendary greats Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Eric Clapton and Buddy Guy. Chris Thomas King, an electric guitar virtuoso, based in New Orleans, is at the peak of his powers on rockers, “Have You Seen My Princess,” “Voodoo Child (On Hell's Highway), and “Rock-and-Roll Conjurer.”

Hotel Voodoo

вторник, 3 октября 2017 г.

Gwyn Ashton - Feel The Heat

Bitrate: 320K/s
Year: 1993
Time: 46:01
Size: 105,7 MB
Label: UPbeat Records
Styles: Blues/Blues Rock
Art: Front

Tracks Listing:
 1. Loaded 6 Shooter - 3:38
 2. Ain't Got Time For That Stuff - 3:49
 3. Trouble's Knockin' At Your Door - 4:33
 4. Wastin' My Time - 5:21
 5. Bad Luck Blues - 2:55
 6. Too Late - 4:12
 7. Someone Like You - 5:48
 8. Just A Little Bit - 4:14
 9. Take Me Back Home - 2:11
10. Wanted Man - 5:04
11. We'll Find A Way - 4:10

Gwyn Ashton was born in Wales and grew up in Adelaide, South Australia. His guitar playing was first inspired by musicians from the Australian scene, such as Chris Finnen, Kevin Borich and Ian Moss, along with favourites Chuck Berry, and Hank Marvin. In 1985, Gwyn moved to Sydney joining John Swan's band Swanee, and by 1986 he had teamed up with ex-Easybeats vocalist Stevie Wright and members of Jimmy Barnes's band. Malcom Young's nephew James played drums with Gwyn for a time and introduced him to Mal, who came to a few of Gwyn's gigs before resuming his tour dates with AC/DC. Gwyn spent most of the Eighties playing in almost every bar in Australia impressing many international musicians, including Mick Fleetwood, who sat in with Gwyn's band one late night in Adelaide.
Gwyn Ashton delivers a powerful yet bluesy Rock, with country and jazz influences. His guitar playing varies from the wild to the colourful or gentle, and offers a fantastic and diverse range of melodies. Each of his notes come alive with an uncommon touch, which mixes Blues techniques, sheer power and musical tradition from his country of origin. Gwyn Ashton, 38, displays his experience in his debut album, "Feel the Heat". This guitar virtuoso is one of the most promising talents of the new "classic" Rock scene, succeeding Albert Lee, Jimmy Page and Rory Gallagher. His power trio has opened in Australia for Rory Gallagher, Junior Wells, Steve Morse and Albert Lee and in Europe for Buddy Guy, Peter Green, and many others.

Feel The Heat