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Doc Span - Something For The Pain (2006)

24-12-2013, 19:36
Music | Blues | Rock

Doc Span - Something For The Pain (2006)

Artist: Doc Span
Title Of Album: Something For The Pain
Year Of Release: 2006
Label: Proper Records
Genre: Contemporary Blues, Blues Rock
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 41:47
Total Size: 97 Mb
Covers: Front

01. No Time (4:13)
02. Creepin' (3:44)
03. That Place (3:55)
04. It's Alright (3:56)
05. Crocodile (3:56)
06. Bullet (4:11)
07. Thunderstones (3:55)
08. Another Good Man (3:01)
09. Take A Bite (3:15)
10. Each Step Of The Way (4:12)
11. Swampthing (3:24)

The album Something for the Pain (formerly released in Australia as Spantronics, available through MGM), and was released on September 25th 2006 through Proper Records in the UK (also under the name Something for the Pain).

This is the latest CD release for Doc Span, the American-born / Australian-based blues harmonicist and singer, and his creative partner, Somerset, UK -based multi-instrumentalist/producer, Matthew Cang .

Matthew - whose track record extends from teenage membership of the late-period Sensational Alex Harvey Band through a spell managing London's legendary JAM Studios to his current status as a highly respected soundtrack writer and producer of library music for TV and film - first encountered Doc on a visit to Queensland a few years back. Friendship with Matthew eventually resulted in creative collaboration and ‘Something For The Pain’, which was largely written and recorded on the Sunshine Coast over one summer, mainly on a laptop on Doc's back porch in the Queensland rainforest.

Gritty, lyrical, groove-laden, with roots not only in the blues, but also the indigenous music of Australia and contemporary electronica, Something For The Pain consists of 11 original compositions which flavour contemporary grooves with a pervasive blues twist, blowing boundaries at every turn: geographical, genre-wise and in terms of the experience and careers of the two musicians involved. But the union has paid dividends.

You won't hear music like it anywhere else. It's blues, Jim, but not as we know it.

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