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JW-Jones - Seventh Hour (2012)

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JW-Jones - Seventh Hour (2012)

Artist: JW-Jones
Title Of Album: Seventh Hour
Year Of Release: 2012
Label: Solid Blues Records
Genre: Blues, Rockin' Blues
Quality: Mp3 | Flac
Bitrate: 320 kbps | Lossless
Total Time: 36:43 Min
Total Size: 101 Mb | 254 Mb


1. Ain't Gonna Beg
2. Let It Go
3. In a Song
4. You Got Caught
5. All Over Again
6. Heartbreaker
7. Do For You
8. I'm Tryin
9. What Is Real
10. So Long I'm Gone

JW-JONES – guitar, vocals
JESSE WHITELEY – Hammond, piano
MARC DECHO – upright & Gibson bass

Special guests:
JAMES ROOKER – electric bass on #9
JEREMY WAKEFIELD – steel guitar on #6 & #10
STEVE DAWSON – National tricone on #9

JW plays in the tradition of blues greats like Albert Collins, Lonnie Mack, Ronnie Earl, and Jimmie Vaughan. He can rock, too, although rock/blues is not his thing. JW wrote most of the tunes on this new album. Roy Orbison and Little Milton are listed as the authors of the two remainders. There's a new twist to JW's music on 'Seventh Hour'. Without ever sounding old-fashioned or even outdated, JW is mixing his blues roots with rock guitar sounds from the 1960s. Also, no guests on this album, which is rather surprising. On previous releases, Kim Wilson, Hubert Sumlin, Little Charlie, Junior Watson and Canadian blues/rock star, Colin James have been sitting in. This set of songs was recorded at JW's home with his regular band. The results are a compact sounding set of great tunes, opening a new chapter in the musical journey of a promising young blues man.
While keeping one foot firmly planted in the roots he came from, he's crossing boundaries making his music compatible to a younger generation of music fans.
He believes that “appealing to a younger audience is the most important way to ensure the evolution of blues-based music.” JW is well on his way!

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vectragts   User offline   28 March 2012 13:42

thanks,, 1

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