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Curtis Salgado - Clean Getaway (2008)

22-08-2016, 10:04
Blues | Soul | Rock | FLAC / APE

Title: Clean Getaway
Year Of Release: 2008
Label: Shanachie
Genre: Blues, Modern Electric Blues, Blues Soul
Quality: Mp3 320 kbps/APE
Total Time: 50:13
Total Size: 126/354 Mb (covers)


01. Clean Getaway
02. Both Sorry Over Nothin'
03. Who's Lovin' You
04. My Confessions
05. What's Up With That
06. Alone
07. I Don't Want To Discuss It
08. 20 Years Of B.B. King
09. Heartache
10. Let's Get Married
11. Drivin' In The Drivin' Rain
12. Bottle Of Red Wine

Call this the album that almost never was. In 2006 Curtis Salgado was diagnosed with liver cancer and given eight months to live unless he underwent a half-million-dollar operation. The money was raised from benefits by friends of Salgado such as Bonnie Raitt, Robert Cray, Steve Miller, and Taj Mahal, and donations from fans. After the successful transplant, the cancer spread to his lungs, requiring yet another operation. On his first post-cancer release, anyone not knowing what he went through would be astonished that he could come out of the ordeal sounding this healthy. Salgado enlisted members of the Phantom Blues Band and drummer/producer Tony Braunagel to handle the backing, and the combination is a natural extension of the soul-blues stew the singer/harpist has been cooking up since his first solo album in 1991. It takes confidence in your vocal abilities to cover tunes sung by Smokey Robinson ("Who's Lovin' You"), Al Green ("Let's Get Married"), and Little Richard ("I Don't Want to Discuss It"), but Salgado is up to the challenge and turns in striking performances that do justice to -- or, in the case of the Robinson tune, improve on -- the originals. Elsewhere, Salgado wades in the rocking swamp blues of "Heartache," shifts into Johnny "Guitar" Watson funk-soul mode for the title track, and heads to Memphis for the Hi-styled "Drivin' in the Drivin' Rain," the latter one of four originals co-written by Salgado. There's more than a little Delbert McClinton to his raspy voice, which he uses to terrific effect on the moody, obsessive "My Confessions." The rollicking Clapton tune "Bottle of Red Wine" is a perfect vehicle for Salgado's soul shake, and gives him a chance to blow some tough harp. Blues looms large in his catalog of influences, and Salgado pays tribute to one of the genre's icons in "20 Years of B.B. King" with lyrics comprised predominantly of King song titles. It sounds corny, but he pulls it off due to his obvious sincerity and by playing it straight. The connection with the Phantom Blues Band is both natural and inspired as they lay into this material but never steal the spotlight from Salgado, who sounds enthused and, well, glad to be alive. Comebacks don't get much sweeter.(Review by Hal Horowitz)

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poul   User Online   25 April 2012 22:28


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AMiAAMiA   User offline   23 April 2016 12:34

Please upload again..flac.


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