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Jorge Salan & The Majestic Jaywalkers - Madrid/Texas (2015)

27-01-2015, 16:25
Music | Blues | Rock

Jorge Salan & The Majestic Jaywalkers - Madrid/Texas (2015)

Artist: Jorge Salan & The Majestic Jaywalkers
Title Of Album: Madrid/Texas
Year Of Release: 2015
Genre: Blues Rock
Label: Rock Estatal Records
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 33:13
Total Size: 78 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Who's Been Talking (3:36)
02. The Hunter (3:41)
03. The Thrill Is Gone (5:41)
04. Teacher (4:29)
05. Stop Breakin' Down (2:28)
06. So Hard To Share (3:05)
07. Fire (3:21)
08. The Sky Is Crying (6:48)

JORGE SALÁN is one of the best guitarists of Spain, as he has shown throughout his career both in his adventures alone as with many artists with whom he has played. But it is also a restless person, a musician willing to not get stuck, and open to new musical adventures that continue having fun you and who continue to make you grow as a musician. Hence was born the project The Majestic JayWalkers, an approach to the Blues that will delight all lovers of quality music and his followers.
And this adventure debuts with the CD "Madrid-Texas", a work which contains 8 versions of classics of Blues (and the Rock), but sieved to perfection by the hands and the head of Salán, getting a result more optimal.
With own George we had the opportunity to play the disc in full at the offices of his new record label, Rock State Records, and we were surprised and pleased a lot listening to, becase we have an impressive plastic.
Opens with "Who" Been Talkin'", a cut from Howlin' Wolf. Chicago blues Salán running in an impressive way, but not give it an important dye rocker which makes that the songs enrich and sound personal, despite being classics of the history of music. The second is "The Hunter", Albert King, a topic that already versionearon in his day Blue Cheer or Led Zeppelin. A challenge for Salán approaching these issues, but comes out graceful and his cover not envy nothing to those made previously. "The Thrill Is Gone" is the third, a topic popularizdo by B.B. King and which has been chosen as the first single from the album. A version full of feeling and very versatile, with parts slow and sugar cane, which is a delight for the most demanding ears. After her "Teacher", Jethro Tull, a theme and a band that you don't expect from first versions of Blues disc, but that fits perfectly on the album. In fact is one of the big surprises of the same because in the Gema Biosfear Vau is working and is impressive as they sound the voice of gem and Salán guitars in this song. A theme of psychedelic cutting which is impressive from the first listen. "Stop Breakin' 'Down' Robert Johnson is the fifth, and certainly in a tribute to the Blues Album could not miss an issue of this mythical Bluesman, a theme that also versionearon the Stones once, and that is of the most faithful to the Blues that is on the disk, although not leave living superbly well adapted by Jorge. And in fact this issue also highlights the collaboration of Jimmy Barnatán which rounds the topic perfectly with her heartbreaking voice. After her "So Hard To Share" from John Mayall And The Bluesbreakers, a fun and catchy theme that also sounds phenomenal. And another one of the great moments of the album comes with the "Fire" by Jimi Hendrix. Here collaborates Rebeca Rods and is another great vocal apart in another version madness, this time paid to the teacher of teachers. And finally the disc "The Sky Is Crying" by Elmore James, in which Jorge redo another waste of virtuosity, and an exceptional way of put the icing on the cake to a blessed tribute to the Blues.
It is certainly a great album, which shows a new facet of Jorge, facet to continue exploring since it intends to continue with this project either by presenting it live in all places where possible, as with future works that information in these sounds. And a warning to sailors, but Jorge is known mostly for being a great guitarist of Hard Rock, that any should perish this disc because it believes that George moves away from that style, because the touch Salán is more than present in all compositions and is a disc very suitable for everyone, not just to complete gourmet experience the Blues fans.

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