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Danny Bryant - Temperature Rising (2014)

30-08-2014, 13:57
Music | Blues | Rock

Danny Bryant - Temperature Rising (2014)

Artist: Danny Bryant
Title Of Album: Temperature Rising
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Jazzhaus Records
Genre: Blues Rock
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 42:31 Min
Total Size: 106 Mb


1. Best Of Me
2. Take Me Higher
3. Nothing At All
4. Together Trough Life
5. Razor Sharp
6. Temperature Rising
7. Time
8. Mystery
9. Guntown

The British blues-rock guitarist Danny Bryant embodies the traditional straight for the UK workers attribute the industrious Malochers.
Despite extensive live presence to each new album new material regularly get served fans of earthy and sweaty blues rock.
Not even one and a half years after the release of its predecessor, "Hurricane" his new album "Temperature Rising" appears.
Danny Bryant so as to label the chord producing assembly line Blue workers according to the book, however, would it be not at all fair, because at least since the 2007 Output Just As I Am, the man of stature of master in terms of fulminant and soulful attack strings in the pocket.
Accordingly, each new Silberling exposes other facets of the sympathetic fingerboard sorcerer. Temperature Rising is the logical continuation of the already mentioned work 2013er Hurricane, but was a little turned in detail at the screws. This will mainly affect the guitar sound that has significantly gained in intensity and this time the predicate deserves extra krРґftigdeftig.
"I wanted to place more emphasis on the live character in the recordings," Danny explains this development. "Many Solos therefore arose at the first and second attempt. This has helped to transfer the energy of our live shows to the studio atmosphere.

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