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Steve Strongman - Let Me Prove It To You (2014)

30-08-2014, 04:17
Music | Blues | Rock

Steve Strongman - Let Me Prove It To You (2014)

Artist: Steve Strongman
Title Of Album: Let Me Prove It To You
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Sonic Unyon Records
Genre: Blues, Contemporary Blues, Blues Rock
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 37:37 Min
Total Size: 102 Mb


1. There's Something Goin' On
2. What I Believe
3. Get Used To It
4. We're Goin' Out Tonight
5. Let Me Prove It To You
6. It Ain't The First Time
7. Lookin' For Trouble (Featuring Guy Bélanger)
8. Whatever You're Doin'
9. Ain't Nobody Like You
10. Older
11. Can You Feel It?

In my Year End Review 2012, for Best Blues Album, I did not pick Steve Strongman's critically acclaimed release "A Natural Fact", instead I chose Paul Reddick's "Wishbone", whom I also chose as #1 on my Top 10 Canadian Blues Albums 2012 list, with Steve Strongman placing #2. That being said I must say that pretty well everyone else chose "A Natural Fact" as their best Canadian Blues release, including the 2013 Maple Blues Awards for Recording/Producer of the Year and Blues Album Of The Year at the 2013 Juno's. Steve Strongman also picked up Guitarist of The Year and Socan Songwriter of the Year Awards at the 2013 BMA's, along with 3 additional nominations.

"A Natural Fact" was an Acoustic outing for Steve Strongman, but this time around, with "Let Me Prove It To You", Strongman comes at us, full force, with a knock out set of High Energy Electric Blues featuring 11 Tracks, all originals and all written or co-written by Steve Strongman with Rob Szabo stepping in as co-writer on 8 of the Tracks. In addition to co-writing, Rob Szabo also took the helm as Producer for "Let Me Prove It To You".

"Let Me Prove It To You" only clocked in at 37 minutes but I must say that this rip roaring affair really felt a lot longer than that, thanks to the stellar class of performers, which included Steve Strongman on Vocals, Guitars, Harmonica, and Bass on Track 4, and on various other Tracks, Dave King (Drums), Adam Warner (Drums), Alec Fraser (Bass), Martin Mcintyre (Bass), Jesse O'Brien (Piano), Marc Rogers (Bass), Emma-Lee (Backing Vocals), and Catherine Wallace (Group Vocals). Special Guest on "Let Me Prove It To You" was none other than Legendary Quebec Blues Harp Slinger Guy Belanger, whom brings his magic to the mix on Track 7 "Lookin' For Trouble".

Some have called the title Steve Strongman chose for the album, "Let Me Prove It To You", a little ironic, for indeed he simply has nothing to prove, yet on each and everyone of these brilliantly performed Tracks, that is what he has continued to do, leaving nothing behind but an absolutely infectious set of gun slinging Blues, done in a style that only Steve Strongman seems capable of bringing to the table. And bringing it to the table is what he does throughout showing us his immense skills as not only a Vocalist and Guitar Slinger, but also an extremely accomplished writer, whom along with Rob Szabo have given us 11 little gems with enough great hooks to fill a suitcase, which started to be displayed in all it's glory, 30 seconds into the first song.

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