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Guitar Crusher - Blast From The Past (2009)

7-02-2015, 19:20
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Guitar Crusher - Blast From The Past (2009)

Artist: Guitar Crusher
Title Of Album: Blast From The Past
Year Of Release: 2009
Genre: Modern Electric Blues
Label: Gaztelupeko Hotsak
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 41:38
Total Size: 101 Mb
Covers: Front

01. I Got To Know (2:21)
02. Cuddle Up (3:14)
03. I Once Loved You Baby (2:26)
04. Itch With Me (2:07)
05. The Monkey (2:17)
06. I Feel The Pain (2:26)
07. Since My Baby Hit The Numbers (2:15)
08. Hambone Blues (3:42)
09. I'll Catch Your Tears (3:33)
10. Going Down Slow (4:01)
11. Better Days Ahead (2:15)
12. I Cant Help It (2:47)
13. Weak For Your Love (2:55)
14. Why Oh Why (2:35)
15. What About Me (2:37)

b. Sidney Selby, 28 July 1931, Hyde County, North Carolina, USA. Selby sang in church as a child and in his mid-teens went with his mother to live in New York City. He was surrounded by music, partly through an aunt who worked at a US army camp where touring swing bands and bop musicians appeared. In the 60s, playing guitar and singing, he recorded a number of singles and toured with artists such as Ben E. King and the Isley Brothers, but despite gaining recognition from his peers it was not until he went to Europe that he began to attract an admiring audience. This prompted him to stay there and for some years he has been resident in Freiburg, Germany. Selby played as a solo act and also worked with visiting artists, such as Katie Webster and he was with her during a gig in Freiburg when she suffered a stroke that effectively ended her career.

In addition to guitar, Selby also plays harmonica and his repertoire ranges through old time and contemporary blues with more than a hint of soul. Musicians who backed him on live gigs and on record in the late 90s and early 00s have included guitarists Alvin Lee and Hans McMiniman and pianist Joe Fuller. In his later years, Selby’s guitar playing has been hampered by the onset of arthritis but he still sings and played the blues harp with verve and undimmed enthusiasm. His 1995 recording Message To Man benefited from the assistance of arranger Calvin Owens, best known for his work with B.B. King. Reportedly, Selby’s nickname comes through neither his playing nor his musical temperament but as a result of his using his guitar to dissuade a customer in a club from mistreating a woman.

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Bluesercher   User offline   8 February 2015 13:35

Hello Mr. kamane
Thanks for this album.
But I have one request to You.
Please re-up album of Paul Geremia - Love My Stuff...and maybe you have some of this musicians more albums, mainly his last fours from 1997 to 2004?
Please...and thanks in advance


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