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Paul Stott Group - Things Stay The Same (2014)

21-03-2014, 18:51
Music | Blues | Rock

Paul Stott Group - Things Stay The Same (2014)

Artist: Paul Stott Group
Title Of Album: Things Stay The Same
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Paul Stott Group
Genre: Blues Rock, Harmonica Blues
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 47:54
Total Size: 112 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Things Stay The Same (4:13)
02. I Can Tell (4:31)
03. I'm Ready (4:18)
04. Pawn Shop (5:43)
05. Evening (5:17)
06. I'll Take You There (7:23)
07. Mine All Mine (3:35)
08. Prisoner Of Love (4:03)
09. Blow Wind Blow (4:43)
10. Jax N Kax (4:04)

The Paul Stott Group blends blues and rock with gutsy harmonica, emotional charged guitar, soulful vocals, and canyon cut grooves!

All but two tracks recorded Live at The Alley Blues in Sanford Fl. Rhythm tracks for "Things Stay The Same" recorded at The Parlor studios in Longwood Fl. Produced by PM Stott Productions - Original songs by Paul Stott and Richard Plate- "Things Stay The Same" and "Jax N kax" - recorded at PM Stott Studios.

“Been listening to Paul Stott Group for a couple years now...and just loving it more and more. Someday I will maybe be lucky enough to catch a WHOLE SHOW! Stop #3 today and boy, was it a good one. Music AND food - top notch stuff. And gotta appreciate that Paul and his band have enough sense... err... I mean EXPERIENCE to be able to play a smaller room and make it sound as sweet and listenable as the big ones they play. They play it, and you can actually HEAR it! This is important with this group because they all play the cusp of each note, not just a bunch strung together. Paul takes this to the extreme and it makes his sound unique among the guit blues we mostly hear.”
- Charlie Boyer, Jazz Blues Florida

“This album was an interesting listen, not many artists do live albums anymore, so it is great to see Paul Stott Group trying to bring that back. Instrumentally this are some great artists, they are really blues-y with a hint of jam band. Both the drummer and guitarist are talented and yet they still hold back when needed. I will say though this album has me intrigued to see them live to see how this looks as well. I have to give Paul Stott Group a lot of credit for trying to bring back the live albums, if you miss seeing live albums I would definitely recommend this album.
- Andrew Maffettone, Booked Promotions

“The Paul Stott Group plays Blues and Southern Rock in the Orlando, Florida area. In fact, his web site says it is "Smokin Hot Blues". And indeed it is. Paul won the competition that was sponsored by Guitar Center and is now known as the Orlando area King of the Blues. While the Paul Stott Group itself is relatively new to the Orlando area, the members of this Blues band are all experienced musicians and have developed into one fine band.”
- Florida Beach Bar Guide

“Major congrats to The Paul Stott Group for their People's Choice Award!! PSG delivered as we know they always do. Paul and Rick have a way of blending both fiery guitar solos and haunting harp in a way that raises the hair on your neck!! This has become a staple of their style. It is very rare to see a bass player break a string, but if you were paying attention, you noticed Gary Martin broke his G string on the first song and recovered like master players do!! Awesome! Joe Adcock had to struggle thru a "mobile" bass drum yesterday which slowly inched its way away from him. He never missed a beat!! You can see them this coming week at The Alley Blues Bar in Sanford for the Live After Five street festival. They will be playing outside of The Alley from 5 to 8!! This is a great way to show your support for our 2013 People's Choice Award Winner!! ”
- Herb Ransburg President,, Orange Blossom Blues Society (Sep 08, 2013)

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