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Joe Whiting & Mark Doyle - The Truth (2007)

3-08-2014, 17:08
Music | Blues | Rock

Joe Whiting & Mark Doyle - The Truth (2007)

Artist: Joe Whiting & Mark Doyle
Title Of Album: The Truth
Year Of Release: 2007
Label: Joe Whiting & Mark Doyle
Genre: Rock, Blues, Roots
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 46:21 Min
Total Size: 113 Mb


1. Door #3
2. 21st Century Spin
3. The Truth
4. Bad Stuff
5. Drive
6. Out From Under Me
7. She's The Baddest One
8. Heartbeat
9. I Died A Thousand Times
10. Stop The Fire
11. Juke Joint
12. Just Around The Corner

Put Central New York music stars Joe Whiting and Mark Doyle in the studio together and something magical happens. Still. And again. “The Truth” marks singer Whiting and guitarist/keyboardist Doyle’s first CD of new material together in 21 years. They’ve still got the mean chops that made their collaboration so special in the 1970s with the bands Free Will and Jukin’ Bone, and in the 1980s with The Doyle-Whiting Band.

Whiting can snarl out a line with hip confidence, as in “She’s The Baddest One.” Doyle can fire out a guitar lick as juicy and steamy as an August noon in the South, as he does in “21st Century Spin.” In 2007, in fact, all of the wisdom they’ve accumulated since then makes this union even sweeter. They combine for love ballad “Heartbeat” that’s part pain, part joy and totally spellbinding. They churn out tasty country chords in “I Died a Thousand Times” that’ll put a bounce in every step. They party in hot rock style on “Juke Joint.” It’s obvious they relished every second of making music together on this dozen-song CD, from the songwriting to the recording to the thought of sharing the common bonds of talent and desire to make great music. On the title cut, Whiting sings, “Seems I spend my life, caught between wrong and right, searching for the light called the truth.” Doyle accompanies his vocals with haunting, swampy guitar work. Goes to show you, “The Truth” can hurt and feel good at the same time. ~ Mark Bialczak

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