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The Proof - 100 % The Proof (2013)

29-09-2013, 08:23
Music | Blues | Rock

The Proof - 100 % The Proof (2013)

Artist: The Proof
Title Of Album: 100 % The Proof
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Note-Music
Genre: Blues, Modern Electric Blues
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 51:10 Min
Total Size: 125 Mb


01. I Got The Proof
02. Feel So Bad
03. Hard Road
04. Cold Feeling/ Since I've Been Loving You
05. Until The Well Runs Dry
06. Dangerous Man
07. Same Old Blues
08. Why Me
09. Can't Find My Way Home
10. Are You Made Of Gold
11. Some Kinda Wonderful

The Proof:
Paul Cox (John Slaughter,Chris Barber,Frankie Miller,The Darts,Soul Intention): Vocals
Roger Cotton (Buddy Whittington ,Peter Green ,Carlos santana ,John Mayall): Piano,hammond,Guitar
Mike Summerland (Van Morrison ,Doris Troy ,Blodwyn Pig ,...): Guitar
Nigel Hardy (Paul Jones ,Mick jagger ,Bryan Adams): Bass
Peter Stroud: Drums
Special Guests:
Micky Moody (Whitesnake ,Moody Marsden Band ,Snake Charmer): Guitar on 1,5,7
Snowy White (Thin Lizzy ,Pink Floyd/Roger Waters): Guitar on 10
Charlie Fabert: Guitar on 8
Hanna White,Roger Cotton: Backing Vocals

100% THE PROOF is a debut album for a band which includes some very seasoned performers who already have a back catalogue of fine songs. Certainly, a new album with the high calibre, soulful vocals of Paul Cox is likely to be worth listening to, and he brings guests Mickey Moody, Snowy White, and Charlie Fabert on board here. So how good is 100% THE PROOF? Some tracks really get under the skin in a good way – a beautiful interpretation of Steve Winwood’s Can’t Find My Way Home for one. Are You Made Of Gold pulls off the strange trick of being pacy, mellow and exciting all at once.
The album gets better as it goes along, notably from the fourth track, the slow Cold Cold Feeling, which is as beautifully chilled as the title suggests. The closing track, Some Kinda Wonderful, brings a fine finish to the album and shows that the band doesn’t need any guests to Rock. In fact, with strong lead guitar from Mike Summerland and at times imposing keys from Roger Cotton, the conclusion is that this is a quality album and for the next one there is no need to open up that guestbook. Though the contributions from the guests are classy and – having seen him play with the band live – Micky Moody plays some stunning stuff.

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