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Slam Allen - This World (2010)

20-04-2015, 16:03
Music | Blues | Soul

Slam Allen - This World (2010)

Artist: Slam Allen
Title Of Album: This World
Year Of Release: 2010
Genre: Blues Soul
Label: Soulworking Music
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 49:30
Total Size: 116 MB
Covers: Front

01. Last One To Know (4:18)
02. I Know You Got A Man (3:14)
03. If You Got A Good Woman (5:18)
04. Baby Can I Hold You (4:49)
05. Find The Strength In Your Tears (6:00)
06. Another Man's Women (4:50)
07. Let The Good Times Roll (4:15)
08. The World Don't Stop Turning (6:28)
09. Somebody To Turn Me On (4:58)
10. This World (5:15)

Raised in Alabama, Slam Allen has been an integral part of the New York blues scene for decades, often playing at Terra Blues in Greenwich Village and festivals in the greater metropolitan area.

From 2000 to 2010 Allen has been the front man for The James Cotton Blues Band, as both lead guitarist and lead vocalist. Allen’s T-Bone Walker-and George Benson styled guitar and soul drenched vocal intonation always impress. This is nicely documented on James Cotton’s latest Grammy nominated recording, Giant. Of which Slam wrote the 2 original tracks for the Alligator Record release.

Leaving the Cotton Band in 2010 Slam ventured off to continue his solo career and recorded his newest CD entitled, “This World.” Allen has written eight of the ten tracks on this production, including soul grabbing numbers like “If You Got a Good Woman” and “Find The Strength in Your Tears.” “Last One to Know” opens this recording, with a mid-tempo, funky blues that displays Allen’s guitar and crystal-clear vocal. “The World Don’t Stop Turning” is a stinging, modern blues tour-de-force that show’s off Slam’s dynamic and innovative guitar licks. “Let the Good Times Roll” is the classic popularized by B.B. King and Allen does it historic justice. The album closes with the title track, “This World” which lets the world know why he is here to carry on and evolve the tradition of American Blues music.

Some of Allen’s influences include B.B. King, Albert King, Otis Redding, Solomon Burke, and George Benson. But after experiencing a live Slam Allen show you will walk away knowing his approach to music is all his own.

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