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Bryan Lee - Play One For Me (2013)

13-10-2013, 19:47
Music | Blues

Bryan Lee - Play One For Me (2013)

Artist: Bryan Lee
Title Of Album: Play One For Me
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Severn Records
Genre: Blues Rock, Hard Rock
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 42:39
Total Size: 101 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Aretha (Sing One For Me) (3:58)
02. It's Too Bad (Things Are Going So Tough) (3:42)
03. When Love Begins (Friendship Ends) (5:07)
04. Evil Is Going On (3:57)
05. You Was My Baby (But You Ain't My Baby No More) (3:52)
06. Straight To Your Heart (4:43)
07. Poison (5:04)
08. Let Me Love You Tonight (4:08)
09. Why (4:40)
10. Sixty-Eight Years Young (3:22)

Play One For Me, from Bryan Lee and it's a soul stirred blues stew. Opening with Aretha (Play One For Me) has a real nice R&B flow featuring Kevin Anker on keys and Lee on vocals. Freddie King's It's Too Bad (Things Are Going So Tough) has a real nice blues sway and features some real sweet guitar riffs from Lee. A strong soul track written by Bobby Womack, When Love Begins (Friendship Ends) has a great lyrical line and melody. With just the right touch of blues guitar, Lee leads Steve Gomes on bass and Robb Stupka on drums into the mist surrounded by a solid string and horn section. Tasty guitar riffs really highlight what is likely my favorite track on the release. Chester Burnett's Evil Is Going On produces a nice treat with Kim Wilson joining on harp. Anker plays really nice key work underneath the melody providing a nice balance and Lee on vocal and guitar punctuation makes this another hot track. Straight To Your Heart is a nice New Orleans style blues funk track. I've always loved this style of blues playing and Lee has his finger on the pulse. Poison, an interesting slower blues track. Johnny Moeller on guitars and Wilson on harp add a lot to the overdriven vocals and guitar work of Lee who does a nice job on this track. Why has a real nice walking bass line and blues lope with Ankers on organ and Moeller on guitar pushing Lee to the boiling point on his guitar solo on this particular track. Really nice cut. The release ends with high steppin Sixty-Eight Years Young, a funky rhythm track having only the essence of instrumentation under vocal except for a pretty hot guitar solo. This is a great conclusion to a really cool release! ~Review by Bman

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