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Ronnie Earl - I Feel Like Goin' On (2003) Lossless

19-01-2015, 17:00
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Ronnie Earl - I Feel Like Goin' On (2003) Lossless

Artist: Ronnie Earl
Title Of Album: I Feel Like Goin' On
Year Of Release: 2003
Label: Stony Plain Records
Genre: Blues, Contemporary Blues, Modern Electric Blues
Format: Flac
Quality: Lossless
Total Time: 74:47 Min
Total Size: 500 Mb (covers)


01. Hey Jose
02. Blues For Otis Rush
03. Little Johnny Lee
04. Wolf Dance
05. Mary Won't You Weep
06. Howlin' For My Darlin'
07. Blues For The Homeless
08. Big Walter
09. Alone With The Blues
10. Travelin' Heavy
11. Donna

Ronnie Earl - guitar
Dave Limina - piano, organ
Jimmy Mouradian - bass
Lorne Entress - drums
Jose Alvarez - guitar solo on #6, right channel
Silver Leaf Gospel Singers - vocals on #5

Guitarist Ronnie Earl recorded the majority of the instrumental release I Feel Like Goin' On live in the studio with no overdubbing. As one of the best contemporary blues guitarists around, Earl naturally shows off his prowess on these 11 cuts, with sturdy assistance from Dave Limina on piano/organ, Jimmy Mouradian on bass, Lorne Entress on drums, and special guest guitarist Jose Alvares. On the whole, I Feel Like Goin' On is tight, passionate, and gritty, especially on the soul-blues of "Hey Jose," "Blues for Otis Rush," "Howlin' for My Darlin'," and "Travelin' Heavy." While the majority of the album is uptempo, Earl does slow down the pace on the beautiful ballad "Donna" and the traditional gospel-flavored "Mary Don't You Weep," featuring the only vocal appearance on the disc, by the Silver Leaf Gospel Singers.

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nrwsps   User offline   6 February 2015 05:43

Thanks a lot. 3

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