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Mick Clarke Band - All These Blues (1987/2014)

20-10-2014, 16:21
Music | Blues

Mick Clarke Band - All These Blues (1987/2014)

Artist: Mick Clarke Band
Title Of Album: All These Blues
Year Of Release: 1987/2014
Genre: Modern Electric Blues
Label: Appaloosa Records
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 44:59
Total Size: 109 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Shake For Me (3:08)
02. Play Some Blues Tonight (3:49)
03. All These Blues (3:36)
04. One Little Problem (3:16)
05. What's Wrong With Anna (4:23)
06. Ain't It Hard (3:51)
07. Slipway (5:11)
08. The Coast Highway (4:04)
09. Remember (3:53)
10. Nothing To Lose (3:23)
11. Nothing Out (3:45)
12. Re- Heat (2:35)

In 2010 British Blues Guitarist Mick Clarke continues to tour festival and club dates all over Europe with his band. In 2009 he released “Solid Ground” his new album of distinctive British blues rock guitar. The new release is his twelth solo album.

Mick began his solo career in the early 80s and has become an established name on the European scene, touring regularly in every country from Finland down to Italy. Praised for his fiery “straight from the wood” guitar sound, he has appeared on numerous festivals with artists such as Robert Cray, Johnny Winter and the late Rory Gallagher.

Recent tours have included appearances at the Baden Blues Festival in Switzerland, “Rock at Sea” in Stockholm, Sweden, Harelbeke Rock and Blues in Belgium and the Bragdoya Blues Festival in Norway. In 2005 Mick headlined the Saturday night at the Great British R&B Festival in Colne, England as part of the British Blues All Stars… also featuring Kim Simmonds and Maggie Bell.

Mick has also toured several times in the U.S.A. and appeared with artists such as Johnny Winter,Canned Heat, Big Jay McNeely and C.J.Chenier plus rock shows with Foghat, Savoy Brown and the Paladins. The Southern California Blues Society called him One of the finest blues players to come out of England.

Mick began his career with Killing Floor part of the British blues boom of the late 60s. The band backed Texas blues guitar star Freddie King and toured with legends such as Howlin’ Wolf and Otis Spann. Recently the original band got together again to record a brand new CD. In January 2004 Killing Floor released “Zero Tolerance” - its first new album for 32 years - and has now begun to play selected festival appearances around Europe.

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