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Rick Estrin and the Nightcats – You Asked for It…Live! (2014) Lossless

19-10-2016, 09:34
Blues | Rock | FLAC / APE

Title: You Asked For It...Live!
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Alligator Records
Genre: Blues, Harmonica Blues, Modern Electric Blues
Quality: Flac (tracks, log, .cue)
Total Time: 01:15:30
Total Size: 515 Mb (covers)


01. Handle With Care (7:25)
02. Clothes Line (4:34)
03. New Old Lady (3:35)
04. My Next Ex-Wife (8:27)
05. Baker Man Blues (5:10)
06. Keep Your Big Mouth Shut (4:39)
07. Smart Like Einstein (6:38)
08. That's Big (6:18)
09. You Gonna Lie (6:53)
10. Never Trust A Woman (8:01)
11. Dump That Chump (3:51)
12. Don't Do It (4:55)
13. Too Close Together (4:59)

Every night that award-winning harmonica player, singer and songwriter Rick Estrin and his cohorts The Nightcats perform live— wherever in the world that may be—a crowd of dancing, shouting, laughing and cheering people will be enjoying some of the best live music they’ve ever heard. On one of these nights—October 5, 2013, at San Francisco’s Biscuits And Blues—the proceedings were captured live. The result is Rick Estrin & The Nightcats’ irresistible new release, You Asked For It...Live!. The band was, as they always are, on fire. The hometown, sell-out crowd was ready to explode, and the front man was celebrating his birthday. According to Estrin, “Cutting loose and stretching out in an intimate, nightclub- type setting is the natural environment for the Nightcats to kick maximum ass. The fact that it was my birthday, in the town where I was born and raised, only added more fuel to the fire.”

You Asked For It...Live! has the immediacy, feel and fun of a true Rick Estrin & The Nightcats performance. “No matter how much fun we have and how relaxed we can be in the studio, there’s still nothing like being in front of, and interacting with, our live audience,” Estrin says. The album features some of Rick Estrin’s best-loved and most-requested songs, dating back to his days as lead singer, songwriter and harmonica player of Little Charlie & The Nightcats (featuring Little Charlie Baty on guitar). The album is an up-to-the-minute and totally accessible slice of original, wry and witty blues with a simmering, funky rock edge fueled by Andersen’s blazing genre-hopping guitar and Farrell’s and Hansen’s dazzling keyboard and rhythm work. One listen makes it clear that this is a group comprised of four world-class musicians, who together form one of the tightest and most original bands in any genre.

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