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Bob Walsh - Inside I Am All Blue (2010)

11-05-2015, 20:56
Music | Jazz | Blues | Folk

Bob Walsh - Inside I Am All Blue (2010)

Artist: Bob Walsh
Title Of Album: Inside I Am All Blue
Year Of Release: 2010
Genre: Blues Rock, Blues Jazz, Blues Folk
Label: Disques Bros
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 47:04
Total Size: 110 MB
Covers: Front

01. Never Make Your Move Too Soon (4:33)
02. World War Blues (3:25)
03. Inside I'm All Blue (2:59)
04. Slightly Hung Over (4:04)
05. Nothing Special But The Blues (3:49)
06. Just Look Up (3:47)
07. Crack In The Pavement (3:14)
08. Cancer Ward Blues (3:04)
09. Get Out Of My Life (3:31)
10. Sixteen Tons (2:53)
11. Angel (4:54)
12. What've I Been Drinking (2:49)
13. Travelin' Blues (3:55)

This veteran Montreal blues singer has recorded with string quartets and symphony orchestras but with his tight little band and a mix of original songs, songs by other working bluesmen and the occasional standard, he’s found paydirt. His ninth CD opens with a cooking version of “Never Make Your Move Too Soon”, a song the Crusaders wrote for B.B. King. Eric Bibb’s “World War Blues” is the kind of song Walsh seems to delight in finding, a gem unknown to those who haven’t heard Bibb’s Home To Me CD. Beatrice Markus is normally Michael Jerome Browne’s songwriting partner but she helped Walsh write a masterpiece of a title song. It should be required listening for anyone who hasn’t picked cotton in the Mississippi Delta. Blues Delight is a Montreal blues band that Walsh has recorded with. They supplied a couple of excellent songs in “Slightly Hung Over (You)” and “Nothing Special But The Blues”. Markus & Browne’s “Just Look Up” is one of their best and a tuneful one as well. Less inspirational, perhaps, is their “Cancer Ward Blues” but one of their finest blues. Dale Boyle has won several songwriting awards in Quebec and “Crack In The Pavement” is one reason why. It’s a rocking blues that would make an excellent single. I’m more familiar with Paul Butterfield’s version of Alan Toussaint’s “Get Out Of My Life (Woman)” but this one just might take its place. The one miss-step for me is “Sixteen Tons” which is certainly far more bluesy here than Tennessee Ernie Ford’s original but still sounds out of place in this company. On a CD of highlights, Walsh has, I think, saved his best vocal for Jimi Hendrix‘s “Angel”, a tour de force that’ll have you hitting the repeat button. Jack Lavin wrote a hit for Powder Blues with “What Have I Been Drinking” and it gets done up just fine here. After a marvelous program of rocking blues, we go out with a jazzy Brubeck original, “Travelin’ Blues” which Walsh handles with aplomb. The song arrangements are by keyboards master Jean Fernand Girard, Guy Bélanger is on harp in this superb band, with Christian Martin on guitars, Jean Cyr on bass and Bernard Deslauriers on drums. I, for one, hope that Mr. Walsh continues with this choice of material and I’m sure the songwriters enjoy hearing their work handled by such a world class singer.

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