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The JW-Jones Blues Band - Kissing In 29 Days (2006)

28-10-2013, 11:24
Music | Blues | Rock

The JW-Jones Blues Band - Kissing In 29 Days (2006)

Artist: The JW-Jones Blues Band
Title Of Album: Kissing In 29 Days
Year Of Release: 2006
Label: Northern Blues
Genre: Rockin' Blues, Modern Electric Blues
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 68:24
Total Size: 163 Mb
Covers: Full

01. Kissing In 29 Days ( 4:01)
02. Hey Girl ( 4:08)
03. All My Money ( 4:22)
04. I Don't Want To Hear ( 4:04)
05. Games ( 5:17)
06. Parasomnia (With David 'Fathead' Newman) ( 4:34)
07. Fly To You ( 3:26)
08. Got Me Chasin' ( 4:15)
09. Way Too Late ( 4:49)
10. Hallelujah I Love Her So (With David 'Fathead' Newman) ( 4:37)
11. Pretty Little Sweet Thing ( 4:28)
12. Standing In Line ( 4:21)
13. No Love ( 5:04)
14. Here She Comes (With David 'Fathead' Newman) (10:51)

One listen to JW-Jones new one, Kissing In 29 Days could lead one to think JW stands for 'Jive Wildly', as it evokes the rambunctious sounds that spilled out of Kansas City speakeasies during the 1940’s. The vocals, guitars, horns, and full-blooded arrangements take their cues from this mythical time. The result is a non-stop party cruise. One listen should raise your blood alcohol content by 50 percent!

Swinging releases are JW's forte, yet his fourth one on NorthernBlues seems the most high-spirited. Chock full of boogie woogie piano, big R&B horns, and especially boppin’ T-Bone indebted guitar. The title track opens things, setting the mood with its bodacious lyrics, joyful groove, and intoxicating gaiety. Another dance instigator is All My Money, although it incorporates a big band sound similar to Beale Street in the early 50's. A sure bet! There are other geographical influences, such as those high flying Johnny Otis shows hugely popular on the mid-50’s Los Angeles scene, as captured on Parsimonia which also features saxophonist legend David 'Fathead' Newman who also guests on Hallelujah I Love Her So (he played behind Ray Charles on the original) and Here She Comes. That burnished West Coast lounge sound was the cat's meow in sophistication deal back then, and this Jazz/Blues hybrid gets proper dues on Standing In Line. Those down-and-dirty Chicago Blues shuffles are brought to life on Got Me Chasin’; while Texas roadhouse meets Ike Turner’s whammy bar on the torrid No Love. Enough said! Little Milton passed away one month before scheduled to record together with JW, but Jones gets to honour this Soul giant on Hey Girl! Better yet, just forget locations, as Kissing In 29 Days should make JW-Jones the toast of any town. - Gary Tate

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