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4-05-2015, 18:03
Music | Blues | Rock | FLAC / APE

T. Rogers - Simple Life (2013) Lossless

Artist: T. Rogers
Title Of Album: Simple Life
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Self
Genre: Blues, Modern Electric Blues, Blues Rock
Quality: Flac
Bitrate: Lossless
Total Time: 52:03 Min
Total Size: 386 Mb (covers)


1. Far And Slow
2. Weary Road
3. Gotta Go
4. Angelina
5. Something Human
6. The Regular's Blues
7. Sun On My Back
8. Mood For The Day
9. It Hurts Me Too
10. Sunshine Cold
11. Simple Life

Ferci Kovacs - Guitar, Vocals
Pal Sturmann - Guitar
Stew Hay - Harmonica
Zsolt Szatai - Bass
Bela Barath - Drums
Vince Szeli - Percussion, Mandolin
with guest:
Keb'Mo' - Resophonic slide guitar, Vocals

T. Rogers is a 6-piece 'joy and blues' band based in Budapest, Hungary. Their name name is based on the Hungarian word "troger", meaning basically someone with a relaxed attitude towards life, who likes to enjoy each and every day. So don't ask to meet Mr. Rogers!
The band formed in 2004, and play both both electric and acoustic blues from a wide variety of different influences, reflecting the diverse different musical tastes of each of the band members. Their style is described as joy-and-blues, and is tight, engaging, and exciting.
This dynamic and talented group is renowned for their live performances, with intense solos and infectious energy gaining them a growing reputation across Europe.
As the European Blues is rightly claiming more attention on the scene, the Hungarian band T.Rogers comes out with a pretty good album, despite its apparently low-profile title.
The band is composed of Bela Barath (drums), Stewart Hay (harmonica), Ferci Kovacs (vocals and guitar), Pal Sturmann (guitar), Zsolt Szatai (bass) and Vince Szell (percussions and mandolin), Keb' Mo' featuring at the voice and the resophonic guitar.
Despite the name of the band coming from the Hungarian word "troger", meaning someone with a easy-going, downright attitude to life, our bluesmen boast a rare musical professionality and sound quality of their product. Their 9 original tunes (out of the 11 of the album) cannot be easily dismissed, and one can say that these guys know their chops by listening the intro of "Far and Slow". Far from being a pure Blues act, their music has been admittedly influenced by Rock and Country, as one can realise in "Gotta Go", whereas tracks like "Something Human" definitively have something of a ballad, but the acustic-electric guitar interplay, along with the ubiquitous yet not intrusive harmonica, make this album a damn good one. Even Ferci's singing (all in English), despite not being perfect, can definitively lecture many people about prononciation, and it works pretty well alongside Keb' Mo' in "Angelina", or in some classic tunes like "It Hurts Me Too", here rearranged in the T. Rogers way, or the classic "The Regular's Blues". Quite enjojable are also the acustic digression "Sun On My Back" and the American-style ballads "Simple Life" and "Sunshine Cold".
Definitely something to check out in order to overcome the borders which separate us from our neighbours.

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