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Cool John Ferguson - Cool John Ferguson (2001)

27-01-2014, 19:12
Music | Blues | Rock

Cool John Ferguson - Cool John Ferguson (2001)

Artist: Cool John Ferguson
Title Of Album: Cool John Ferguson
Year Of Release: 2001
Label: Music Maker
Genre: Modern Electric Blues
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 50:36
Total Size: 119 Mb
Covers: Full

01. The Cat Ate The Rat, The Rat Ate The Wizard (4:45)
02. Here Comes Floyd (3:42)
03. I Love You (3:46)
04. Strollin' By The Waterfront (4:44)
05. Miss You Like The Devil (3:27)
06. Tater Done (3:58)
07. Let No Woman (3:25)
08. Pre-Alex Stomp (3:07)
09. Send Up My Timbers (3:53)
10. Log Cabin Woman (4:13)
11. I Got A Right To Cry Sometimes (7:29)
12. Cootie's Jam (4:02)

The legendary entertainer Taj Mahal says, "Cool John is among the five greatest guitarists I have heard in my career."

John was born on Saint Helena Island off the coast of South Carolina. His mother is of the Gullah people and John grew up with the old ways all around him

Born December 3, 1953, John has been playing the guitar since age three. At five he was playing church music professionally, often out-seating musicians ten times his age.

John has recently come to Pinnacle, North Carolina from his home in Beaufort, South Carolina to lend his talents to the efforts of Tim Duffy and the Music Maker Relief Foundation, performing on the national Winston Blues Revival Tour as a solo act and with artists Beverly "Guitar" Watkins, Carl Rutherford and Captain Luke both on the road and in the studio.

John's musical path is immersion. The man breathes music and plays from the inside out. He commands the rare ability to develop a theme on the fly, incorporating every element of the musical environment along the way and somehow summing them all up neatly when he feels the end coming. His improvised pieces carry the aesthetic sensibility of careful, painstakingly crafted works, which in fact they are; it is simply all done in real time. Coupled with the willingness to play with anybody, any time, in any style, familiar or not, John Ferguson possesses a formidable talent that is making him a force to be reckoned with in the music industry.

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