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Deborah Bonham - The Old Hyde (Remastered) (2014)

1-05-2014, 07:47
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Deborah Bonham - The Old Hyde (Remastered) (2014)

Artist: Deborah Bonham
Title Of Album: The Old Hyde
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Spectra Music
Genre: Folk Rock, Southern Rock, Blues Rock, Country Rock, Singer-Songwriter
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 75:04 Min
Total Size: 183 Mb


01. Shit Happens
02. Anything
03. Go Now
04. Need Your Love
05. Black Coffee
06. No Angel
07. Devil's In New Orleans
08. What We've Got
09. Open Up Your Heart (Mick Fleetwood)
10. Without You
11. Religion
12. Ten Steps
13. The Old Hyde
14. Battle Of Evermore (Bonus)
15. Stay With Me Baby (Bonus)
16. Songbird (Bonus)

Andy Barnett - Slide Guitar
Robbie Blunt - Slide Guitar
Deborah Bonham - Vocals
Jason Bonham - Drums
Doug Boyle - Guitar
Peter Bullick - Composer, Design, Guitar
Ronnie Caryl - Vocals
Michael Chetwood - Keyboards
Jem Davis - Hammond Organ
John Dominic - Harmonica
Andy Findon - Penny Whistle
Mick Fleetwood - Drums
Mo Foster - Engineer, Percussion, Producer, Synthesizer Bass
Julian Littman - Accordion, Guitar, Mandolin, Vocals
Gerard Louis - Hammond Organ
Robbie McIntosh - Guitar
Jason Mercer - Keyboards, Piano
Andy Reilly - Drums, Engineer, Mixing
Ian Rowley - Bass

Over 15 years separate Deborah Bonham's debut album from this, her sophomore set, but she remains instantly recognizable all the same.
Her voice is a little more lived-in, perhaps, and her delivery a lot more assured, but still the dynamo who succeeded so brilliantly across "For You and the Moon" sparks and sparkles across "The Old Hyde", to deliver one of the best blues-rock albums of the early 21st century.
Self-composed for the most part, but striking especial gold across covers of "Need Your Love So Bad" and Ike Turner's "Black Coffee," Old Hyde is reminiscent in places of Maggie Bell; "No Angel" could almost be a lost Stone the Crows classic. But it's only a fleeting close as Bonham's self-composed "Go Now" is to the Bessie Banks blues of the same name. Similarly, the harder rocking instincts that drive the bulk of the album are derailed on a regular basis, with the mandolin-driven reggae lilt of "Open Up Your Heart" and the acoustic ballad "Without You" stepping especially far out to shatter preconceptions. Add guest appearances from brother Jason Bonham, bassist (and producer) Mo Foster, Robbie McIntosh and Mick Fleetwood, and that lineup alone lets you know that The Old Hyde mines some remarkable seams.
Thirteen tracks strong, with not a bummer in sight, a limited-edition version of the album appends three further cuts by way of a bonus CD: covers of Fleetwood Mac's "Songbird," Stevie Wonder's "Superstition," and, incredibly, Zeppelin's "Battle of Evermore," a spellbinding duet with Jason, and as powerful in its own way as the original ever was. (Dave Thompson)

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