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Pat Boyack - Voices From The Street (2004)

21-01-2015, 18:02
Music | Blues | Rock

Pat Boyack - Voices From The Street (2004)

Artist: Pat Boyack
Title Of Album: Voices From The Street
Year Of Release: 2004
Label: DocBlues
Genre: Blues, Electric Blues
Format: Mp3
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 56:21 Min
Total Size: 140 Mb


1. Revolution
2. Listen To Me (W Marcia Ball)
3. Misery (W Ruthie Foster)
4. The Power Is Gone (W W.C. Clark)
5. Chance At Love (W Sweetpea Atkinson)
6. Who's Gonna Help Brother Get Further? (W Larry Fulcher)
7. Ain't That A Shame (W Sweetpea Atkinson)
8. First Comes The Grievin' (W W.C. Clark)
9. Feel Like Goin' On (W Ruthie Foster)
10. Sexy Coffeepot
11. These Are People (W Marcia Ball)
12. Shotgun Slim (W Sweetpea Atkinson)
13. Pushin' On (W Ruthie Foster)
14. Time (Has Come Today) (W Everybody)
15. Little By Little

Like so many guitarists of his generation, Pat Boyack traced his initial fascination with the blues back to his early admiration of Stevie Ray Vaughan. Born June 26, 1967 in Helper, Utah, Boyack's tastes as a teen originally ran more along the lines of Van Halen and Kiss, but soon he became so immersed in the contemporary Texas blues sound that he eventually relocated to Dallas to pursue a musical career of his own. In 1993, he relocated to the Phoenix area, where he formed the bar band Rocket 88s with vocalist/harpist Jimmy Morello; after the group dissolved, Boyack returned to Dallas, where he eventually formed the blues-rock unit the Prowlers with bassist John Garza and drummer Doug Swancy. After issuing their debut effort Armed and Dangerous in 1993, the Prowlers welcomed Morello into their ranks, and Breakin' In followed in late 1994. After 1996's On the Prowl, the band fell apart, and Boyack assembled a new supporting cast for his 1997 solo debut, Super Blue and Funky. (bio by Jason Ankeny)

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