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Joe Gorfinkle & Friends - Take A Chance (2012)

18-09-2013, 17:34
Music | Blues | Country

Joe Gorfinkle & Friends - Take A Chance (2012)

Artist: Joe Gorfinkle & Friends
Title Of Album: Take A Chance
Year Of Release: 2012
Label: Joe Gorfinkle
Genre: Modern Electric Blues, Blues Country
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 52:05
Total Size: 121 Mb
Covers: Front

01. One Of These Days (4:15)
02. Still Not Over You (4:10)
03. Really Wanna Know (3:50)
04. Take A Chance (6:51)
05. Hellbound Train (4:21)
06. Shaky Man Blues (4:49)
07. Cold Dark Shadows (3:32)
08. King Of Self Pity (4:51)
09. Laughing Bones (3:44)
10. Tv Town (5:18)
11. Mama Please (3:01)
12. Lazy Day (3:19)

Bass: Leland Sklar, Mark Tabbert, Hank Van Sickle
Drums: Lynn Coulter, Joe Romersa, Dusty Watson
Guitars (various): Joe Gorfinkle
Saxophone: Allan Walker
Keyboards (accordion, B3): Phil Parlapiano
Vocals: Joe Gorfinkle, Arnold McCuller (Take A Chance)

As a multi-instrumentalist, singer and songwriter, Joe Gorfinkle has a broad vocabulary. His life and musical career has been a sometimes difficult and indirect path, struggling with rebellion, overcoming demons, always aimed at music, leading him to become the writer, musician, and artist he is today. He has distilled it into a style that is authentic and to the point. His songs combine humor, stark cynicism and genuine compassion for the real people he sings about.

Born in 1952, Joe grew up in suburban Larchmont, NY. He did his first gig on harmonica at coffee house in Bath, a few days later he left school and hitched to Boston with $8 in his pocket. He worked as a dishwasher, sold underground papers, and busked on Boston Commons. Joe hitching to the ‘68 Newport Folk Festival saw Taj Mahal and Jesse Ed Davis. Back in school in NY City that fall, Joe’s musical education really took off. Meeting players like BB King, Johnny Winter, and Jerry Garcia, he learned that they shared the same ideas, and all encouraged him musically. Joe played around locally and kept a day gig working in music stores and as a live sound engineer. In 1983 Joe moved to LA. He worked selling recording studio equipment, partnered in a studio doing demo and TV soundtrack work. Joe became immersed in his emerging style, writing and playing music. Longtime friend and colleague, LA session guitarist and producer Chuck Kavooras, got him to start with house band at LA’s legendary blues and rock club, Cozy’s.

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nrwsps   User offline   17 October 2013 00:17

Thanks a lot. 3

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