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David King - Ruirteach Blues (2015)

1-03-2015, 19:59
Music | Blues | Rock

David King - Ruirteach Blues (2015)

Artist: David King
Title Of Album: Ruirteach Blues
Year Of Release: 2015
Genre: Blues Rock, Acoustic Blues
Label: TED Productions
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 41:12
Total Size: 101 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Out At The River (3:15)
02. Lonesome Desert (3:34)
03. House Devil Street Angel (4:13)
04. Live In A Daydream (3:47)
05. No Accolade (3:13)
06. Down In Flames (2:41)
07. Keep On Running (3:00)
08. Juke Joint (3:25)
09. Drunk For You (4:34)
10. What Are You Waiting For (4:32)
11. Ruirteach Blues (4:52)

David King is a blues musician from Dublin whose debut solo album, Ruirteach Blues, (another name for the River Liffey, and in the context of this album, the Irish word 'raging') is launching on the 20th of March with a live show at The Grand Social, an appropriate location. The album opens with a modern blues twist in the form of 'Down In Flames' (above), a nice gritty honky-tonk style number that you'd almost expect to hear in a scene from Sons of Anarchy. As a major blues guitar fan I really enjoyed a lot of the tracks on Ruirteach Blues, and there were subtle nods to my idol Rory Gallagher ('House Devil Street Angel'), but strong nods to the great John Mayall, particularly on the latter tracks, the cool as a breeze 'Live In A Daydream' and the following track 'No Accolade', really brought up 1969's The Turning Point, harmonicas and vocals to the button.

Songs like 'Out On The River' and the beautiful closing title track, 'Ruirteach Blues' add a bit of old English folk music to proceedings. Whilst I liked the more upbeat and contemporary blues tracks, I really thought King excelled with his more stripped down numbers, particularly in the latter half of the album, it seems to be where he's at his strongest and reflects his obvious gifts as a proper blues musician best. Perhaps, unsurprisingly, we're sorely lacking good blues artists in Ireland, historically we've had very few, but David King is a worthy man to be flying the flag and Ruirteach Blues is a must for Irish blues fans. ~by Remy C

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