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Eric Bibb - Painting Signs (2001) (LOSSLESS)

18-11-2014, 19:00
Music | Blues | FLAC / APE

Eric Bibb - Painting Signs (2001) (LOSSLESS)

Artist: Eric Bibb
Title Of Album: Painting Signs
Year Of Release: 2001
Genre: Blues
Quality: FLAC (Image+.cue)
Bitrate: Lossless
Total Time: 56:08min
Total Size: 359 Mb
WWW: allmusic

Were it not for Bob Dylan's Love and Theft, Eric Bibb's Painting Signs would be the best blues album released this year. The reason is simple: By folding in a delightful mix of gospel, folk, and country, Bibb allows his songs to rise above the trappings typical of the genre. And he delivers each with the sense of supreme fortitude that perfectly conveys the thoughtful introspection of his lyrics. Don't Ever Let Nobody Drag Your Spirit Down (with guest vocalist Wilson Pickett) is defiantly uplifting, and the call for peace and harmony in Got to Do Better is fitted with a sprightly melody and rapturous harmonies.

Even the cover songs on Painting Signs seem well chosen. On Delia's Gone, he writes his own chapter to Stagger Lee; A swinging, old-time, spiritual groove elevates Rev. Gary Davis' I Heard the Angels Singing; and Hope in a Hopeless World (made famous by Pops Staples) slithers with a slinky, soulful R&B groove reminiscent of Marvin Gaye.

Eric Bibb - Painting Signs (2001) (LOSSLESS)
1. Kokomo - 4:01
2. Delia's Gone - 2:33
3. Hope In Hopeless World - 5:06
4. I Heard the Angels Singin' - 4:27
5. Five Miles Above - 6:15
6. Angel - 3:47
7. Go To Do Better - 4:32
8. Walkin' Home - 5:42
9. Paintin' Signs - 3:38
10. To Know You - 4:58
11. Honest I Do - 2:43
12. Paintin' Signs - 3:40
13. The Light Was Worth The Candle - 3:43
14. Don't Ever Let Nobody Drag Your Spirit Down - 4:17

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