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Howard Glazer - Looking In The Mirror (2014)

18-02-2016, 18:49
Blues | Rock

Title: Looking In The Mirror
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Lazy Brothers Records
Genre: Blues Rock, Contemporary Blues
Quality: Mp3/320
Total Time: 58:52
Total Size: 144 Mb


1. Midnight Postman
2. Broken Down Hotel Blues
3. Take Me Baby
4. All I Ever Wanted
5. Walking in Detroit
6. Eviction Blues
7. Feeling so Bad
8. Looking in the Mirror
9. Wandering Trails
10. Pushing the Limits
11. Misunderstood the Devil
12. Emergency

New CD Looking In the Mirror will be released Oct 21, 2014 by Detroit award winning guitarist Howard Glazer (Lazty Brothers Records distributed by City Hall Records). This is a follow up to his critically acclaimed 2013 Stepchild of the Blues CD. In Sept 2013 Glazer was inducted into the Michigan Blues Hall of Fame and in April 2014 he was chosen Outstanding Blues/R&B Instrumentalist by the Detroit Music Awards. While gigging regularly, (he recently has toured Finland including two Festival dates), he has been busy in the studio working on Looking In The Mirror. As the CD/song title Looking in the Mirror indicates, the musical realm of this CD is truly a reflection of Glazer’s musical linage, spanning the many styles of blues, blues rock and contemporary music that has influenced Glazer’s approach.
Looking in the Mirror features Glazer’s signature tones on electric, slide and resonator guitar. Glazer’s song writing skills are featured as well, there are several originals that will satisfy the blues purists, along with some songs that depart from the standard blues/blues rock format. Constant throughout is Glazer’s fiery fret work.

The core band is Charles David Stuart – drums, Chris Brown – bass, Maggie McCabe & Stephanie Johnson vocals, special guests include the return of Larry Marek on organ, David Kocbus, trumpet, on Walking In Detroit and Tom Schmaltz, flute, on Emergency...

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