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Duffy Kane - Dead Man Walkin' (2014)

13-10-2014, 16:10
Music | Blues | Country | Rock

Duffy Kane - Dead Man Walkin' (2014)

Artist: Duffy Kane
Title Of Album: Dead Man Walkin'
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Blues Rock, Blues Country
Label: Freedom Train Records
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 43:53
Total Size: 103 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Roadhouse Boogie Woogie (3:07)
02. Danny Buchanan (3:33)
03. Dead Man Walkin' (3:39)
04. Duffy's Breakdown (3:09)
05. Sweeter Than (3:38)
06. Son Of The Republic (5:18)
07. America The Beautiful (4:21)
08. Eyes Of The World (4:23)
09. Growing Up Tree (5:13)
10. Why My Road (3:57)
11. Truck Driving Man (3:30)

What do you get when you combine an inner calling, a sick passion and an uncommon urgency with The Blues, Rock N Roll and Americana?... You get the highly evolved musical madness of guitarist Duffy Kane. Duffy is a man who just wants to play guitar. His music is as diverse as he is American. His fever for the guitar is evident in his sheer electricity on stage. Like a volcano that is ready to erupt Duffy is the real deal on stage and off.

Born in Weirton WV, Duffy Kane was surrounded by the sounds of Jazz, Classical, Blues and Country. A classically trained violist; he altered his knowledge of the violin and easily transferred it to the guitar. A self taught guitar player with a classically trained ear is the foundation for Duffys provocative guitar style. His mother was a guitar player. When Duffy was a kid there was a beat up guitar that sat in the corner of his living room. Duffy remembers grieving as a child because his yearning to pick up that guitar was so strong but his father forbade him. That created even more of a yearning to grab that guitar and let it rip! Finally, when he was 16 he saved enough money to buy his own Les Paul and never looked back.

A cross between Stevie Ray Vaughan's musicianship and Ted Nugent's stage presence his style evolved into a need. He started playing festivals and performed with Blues greats: Johnny Winter, Big Jack Johnson, Tino Gonzales, Debbie Davies, Sonny Rhodes, the Nighthawks, and Smokey Wilson. He recorded his first studio album Let Your Insides Do the Talking at 16th Avenue Sound in Nashville with Grammy nominated producer Brian Hardin (Jerry Lee Lewis and Charlie Daniels).

Dead Man Walking is the sharpest cross-pollination of Duffy Kane to date. His sense of humor shines through on larks like the closer “Truck Driving Man” and the opener “Roadhouse Boogie Woogie.” “I made up the words to that about a 24-year old girl hittin’ on my 64-year-old bass player Ted,” he chuckles! “The music is a cross between Delbert McClinton and Bill Haley & The Comets from `57 with some Stevie Ray punch.” But the raw essence of Duffy is bottled in the sobering “Eyes of the World.” “That’s about how we’ve all got to wake up and realize that the bull being hurled at us through the media is just agitating dissension, keeping people separate across political, racial and sexual orientations…even husbands against wives. As long as they can keep us all going at each other, they can keep running their number behind our backs. Then you listen to what passes for music on the radio - what ideas are being pumped out there? Not much... That ain’t the America I grew up in, brother, so my music has to say something about that. I pull out my hollow body Telecaster with twin reverb, pop two center mike SM-57s on my `66 Bassman amp, and let my mouth and my guitar do the talkin’.”

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