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BJ Estares & Route 61 - Easy Street (2012)

20-01-2014, 07:34
Music | Blues | Rock

BJ Estares & Route 61 - Easy Street (2012)

Artist: BJ Estares & Route 61
Title Of Album: Easy Street
Year Of Release: 2012
Label: Disk Dog Nr
Genre: Blues, Electric Blues
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 38:35 Min
Total Size: 103 Mb


01. No Man At All
02. Honey Do's
03. Daddy's Little Girl
04. He'n And She'n
05. Up On Easy Street
06. Don't You Worry About Me
07. A Better Life Some Day
08. How Much Is Enough
09. Crack Cocaine
10. Nobody Get's Out Of Here (Without Singing The Blues)

“Easy Street” is the second collection released by BJ Estares and his blues band, “Route 61”. As a follow up to the first CD, “Full Time Student Of The Blues”, “Easy Street” features some of the best musicians in the Pikes Peak Region.
“Route 61” employs the impeccable talents of band mates, Doug Stepaneck (drums and vocals) and Bryan Curl (guitar, harmonica and vocals). Also, former Route 61 bass player, Randy Hawke, sat in on “Daddy’s Little Girl” (co-written by Beej and Bryan Curl). Other contributors are producer/jazz guitarist/bassist, Rick Greene, pianist Bryant Jones, and sax player George Whitesell.
Stepping out with a diverse assemblage of all original songs, Beej spins stories of a life lived large and all the hard work, laughter, love and irony that comes along with it. “Easy Street” opens by preaching the down and dirty blues about manhood and love. Then soulfully levels out with what one should say or aught to have said at a critical moment. The flow then cuddles up to lovers with some warm funky jazz influences. Homage is paid to friends who had to make hard choices with bluesy jazz and Chicago styles. Folk and rag-time progressions admonish the rip-offs of this decade. Finally, it ends with a slow boogie to something Albert Collins once said, forming a philosophy of life for blues men everywhere.
“Easy Street”? A Blues roller coaster, for sure!!

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