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Matt Woosey - Wildest Dreams (2014)

29-03-2015, 16:57
Music | Blues | Rock

Matt Woosey - Wildest Dreams (2014)

Artist: Matt Woosey
Title Of Album: Wildest Dreams
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Contemporary Blues, Blues Rock
Label: Robar Music Records
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 54:58
Total Size: 129 MB
Covers: Front

01. Exactly As We Please (5:43)
02. Wildest Dreams (3:58)
03. Same Old Blues (4:31)
04. I've Seen The Bottom (5:19)
05. Nowhere Is Home (3:57)
06. Don't Tell Nobody (6:44)
07. Love Is The Strangest Thing (7:03)
08. Hook, Line And Sinker (6:58)
09. Let It Flow (6:50)
10. Exactly As We Please (Radio Edit) (3:50)

Matt Woosey is a prolific songwriter, ‘Wildest Dreams’ is his seventh studio album since 2008. This kind of output can be evidence of an artist in their creative prime, or of one without a filter for weaker material. So which is it with Matt Woosey? Fortunately, I think it’s the former. It is clear that Woosey’s songwriting ideas steam from the blues; some of the tracks are fairly standard blues rock, but Woosey’s playing and vocals are so impressive that this isn’t a huge issue. Further to this, the rest of the album contains some original approaches to songwriting that keep things interesting. The first track, ‘Exactly as We Please’, is absolutely excellent. The whole track revolves around a acoustic groove reminiscent of Bruce Cockburn’s guitar playing; Woosey’s vocal, strong and full of energy, sits over the top of the groove, with further layers provided by drums and organ. Another stand out track is ‘Love Is The Strangest Thing’; intricate finger style playing guides the listener through the first 2:40…followed thereafter by Woosey’s vocal, heavily affected by reverb and delay, drowning out the guitar before it fades out into silence and the excellent playing is brought to the fore. This album is a pleaser for those who enjoy a fresh approach to the blues, but also appeals to those looking for more experimentation and new concepts in a songwriter - Matt Woosey’s songwriting is clearly progressing.

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nrwsps   User offline   3 April 2015 02:39

Thanks a lot.

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