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29-01-2015, 06:45
Music | Blues | Rock

Boy Wells - Blue Skies Calling (2010) 320

Artist: Boy Wells
Title Of Album: Blue Skies Calling
Year Of Release: 2010
Label: Boy Wells
Genre: Blues, Contemporary Blues
Format: Mp3
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 43:33 Min
Total Size: 105 Mb


1. Mr. Coluzzi
2. World Weary And Blue
3. Bring It Back
4. Marcell Marsupial
5. Blue Skies Calling
6. Love In Vain
7. Broke Down
8. Mon Angel
9. Tova
10. Devil's Backbone Blues
11. Tin Winter
12. Traveller

"Blue Skies Calling" is the exciting new debut release from Boy Wells Aka Mark Schultz, whom may very well be one of the best undiscovered Guitarist out there, something that will certainly change awful fast with this dynamic and amazing album.

Boy Wells started playing Guitar at 16, after hearing "a Duane Allman solo on The Allman Brothers Band classic, "In Memory of Elizabeth Reed." "Before that, I never even considered playing guitar," he remembers. Shortly after, he had the immense good fortune of meeting the Legendary Guitarist Danny Gatton whom became a mentor to Boy Wells, giving him many lessons and advice along the way. Danny Gatton, whom passed away far to young, "was an American guitarist who fused rockabilly, jazz, and country styles to create his own distinctive style of playing. Gatton was ranked 63rd on Rolling Stone magazine's 100 Greatest Guitarists of all Time in 2003. On May 26, 2010, ranked Gatton as the 27th best guitarist of all time".

Boy Wells played professionally throughout the Washington, D.C. area starting in the late 70's and has opened for acts such as Maybelle Carter, the Osborne Brothers, Billy Joe Shaver, The Beach Boys, The Ventures, and many others. In the early 90's he met up with Bruce Crump, the former Drummer for Molly Hatchet. Together they formed a Allman Brothers tribute band called Southern Legend.

After a heartbreaking tragedy took the life of his son and daughter, Boy Wells moved to Austin, in 2006 and began to regroup his life, via starting to, once again, play Guitar, in clubs, throughout Texas. The writing and recording of "Blue Skies Calling", came after Boy Wells fought a battle with Meniere’s Disease, which is a very debilitating inner ear disorder, and one in which sidelined him for a couple of more years.

"Blue Skies Calling" consists of 12 immensely creative Tracks of which all the songs were written by Boy Wells, whom was also responsible for the composing and arranging. In addition to Boy Wells playing Lead, Slide, and Acoustic Guitar, he is also joined by a great lineup of musicians which included Andy Hamburger (Drums), John Prevetti (Bass), Bill Watson (Saxophones), Dave Hanbury (Acoustic/Electric Guitar), Brian Simms (Keyboard), Rickie Simpkins (Violin/Mandolin), Becky Taylor (Banjo), Jimi Lee (Harp), and Brad Clements (Trumpet). Also performing on "Blue Skies Calling" was none other Boy Well's Southern Legend bandmate Bruce Crump on Drums. In addition to playing Guitars, Dave Hanbury also recorded and mixed this album, as well as, co-produced it with Boy Wells. ~John Vermilyea

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