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Stephen Dale Petit - The BBC Sessions (2011)

21-11-2014, 05:43
Music | Blues | Rock

Stephen Dale Petit - The BBC Sessions (2011)

Artist: Stephen Dale Petit
Title Of Album: The BBC Sessions
Year Of Release: 2011
Label: BBC
Genre: Blues, Electric Blues
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 67:44 Min
Total Size: 164 Mb


1. Steppin' Out
2. Sacramento
3. As The Years Go Passing By
4. 7 Cent Cotton
5. Goin' Away Baby
6. Love In Vain
7. Slide
8. A Better Answer
9. My Friend Bob
10. It's All Good
11. A Better Answer (Acoustic Version)
12. Bob Harris Interview

Stephen Dale Petit's amazing blues guitar odyssey started at a very young age indeed. His journey has seen him homeless, busking for food on street corners and pennies on London Underground. It has taken him, in a matter of months, from much-admired tube platform performer to star of UK Festival stages; from object of passing traveller interest to inspirational University lecturer and all-round guitar icon.

Stephen's childhood and formative years were spent in Orange County, California. Far too young to have experienced the Blues-influenced rock delights of The Beatles, Yardbirds, Cream, Hendrix and Zeppelin, these very soon found their way into his consciousness and he was playing his first Gibson Guitar (an SG Junior) aged 7. By his mid teens (still way too young to even be allowed in such places) he was gigging in clubs across California five nights a week - with bands comprised of men 10 years his senior, including legendary Ozzy Osbourne guitarist Randy Rhoads.

A 90s relocation to London led to chance (and hugely beneficial) meetings and musical collaborations with the likes of The Clash's Mick Jones and David Gilmour of Pink Floyd, a support slot for Eric Clapton and new acquaintances with longtime heroes Phil May and Dick Taylor of The Pretty Things and Keith Richards and Ian Stewart of the Rolling Stones, all of which upped Stephen's game and musical currency considerably.

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