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Rusty Wright Blues - Ain't No Good Life (2006)

7-01-2015, 10:30
Music | Blues | Rock

Rusty Wright Blues - Ain't No Good Life (2006)

Artist: Rusty Wright Blues
Title Of Album: Ain't No Good Life
Year Of Release: 2006
Label: Sadson Music
Genre: Blues, Blues Rock
Format: Mp3
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 55:49 Min
Total Size: 137 Mb


1. Ain't No Good Life
2. I Ain't From Mississippi
3. The Fool Will Do
4. Hang Dog
5. Do It Again
6. Summertime
7. Nasty Reputation
8. Somethin' Missin'
9. Long Time Comin'
10. Missin' You
11. Don't Need Yo Bad Mind
12. Toppy
13. Hell On My Heels

Rusty Wright lead guitar, vocals; Laurie Wright rhythm guitar, vocals; Robert John Manzitti keyboards; Marc Friedman drums; Dennis Bellinger bass.

For guitarist and singer Rusty Wright, it's "all about the moment," commanding the stage to deliver the musical heat, the infectious grooves and the penetratingly sincere songs that have earned the Michigan musician a burgeoning national audience and recognition as a Master Blues Artist in the International Blues Hall of Fame. Those who've seen Wright and his top-drawer band wife and singer-guitarist Laurie Wright, keyboard player Robert John Manzitti, drummer Marc Friedman and bassist Dennis Bellinger (Grand Funk Railroad) perform live will attest to the outfit's razor-tight, explosive delivery of inventive blues songs with tasty helpings of Southern rock and Detroit-bred grit. It's that rare combination (along with Wright's trademark, flowing white hair and eye-popping guitar leads) that commands immediate attention, fills dance floors and earns roars of approval.

"Art gives life its real color and it's that joy that makes it more than just a day-to-day drudge," the guitarist says of creating music that audiences embrace. "I try to be socially relevant. I'm just trying to do what I feel old bluesmen who spoke about their experience did at that time. They weren't afraid to talk about things that may have made people's eyebrows raise. You should never be afraid of writing a song that might make people think. Music is about making people engage. You might take some heat for it, but as long as you're being honest, there will always be people who will get it."

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