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B.C. Read - My Tunes (1998/2007)

24-05-2015, 09:28
Music | Blues | Rock

B.C. Read - My Tunes (1998/2007)

Artist: B.C. Read
Title Of Album: My Tunes
Year Of Release: 1998/2007
Label: B.C. Read
Genre: Blues, Roots, Electric Blues, Blues Vocals
Format: Mp3
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 51:43 Min
Total Size: 127 Mb


1. Believe Me
2. New Thing
3. The Job
4. Love To Keep Me Warm
5. Starts All Over Again
6. Workin On You
7. Big Car
8. Tough As She Can Be
9. Unconditional
10. Blues In Paradise
11. Long Distance
12. Two Faced Man
13. Make It Up
14. Thats My Tunes

B.C. Read has been performing his unique and original style of roots and blues music throughout Western Canada since the 1970’s.
He has been charted by blues DJ’s all over the world. People from Australia to Germany, Greece to Mexico have heard B.C. Read on their radios.
His music is a mix of Chicago, Delta and Texas styles of Blues over a generous helping of Folk, Rock and Country.
Comparisons have been made to The Band, Joe Cocker, John Hiatt, Slide Guitar Man Roy Rodgers as well as classic blues men like Son House and Big Bill Broonze.
In the past B.C. Read and his band have backed up some of the greatest blues men of our time, including Hubert Sumlin, Kenny “Blues Boss” Wayne, Anders Osborn, Joan Baez and opened for Keb Mo, Buddy Guy, John Hammond, Joe Louis Walker, Billy Branch, and many, many others.
His original style of slide guitar has been praised by many of the countries great guitar players and B.C. has been asked to do many guitar work shops over the years.
B.C. is the founding President (Past) of the Saskatoon Blues Society and keeps involved with "The Blues In Schools" program, a Blues education and performance workshop available to schools throughout Saskatchewan.
B.C.'s latest project is a new studio album of original material called "Bowl of Sugar". It features long-time band mates, George Tennent on Bass, Sheldon Corbett on Sax & Accordion, Tom Cunningham on Drums, Rod Saloum on Keyboards and features B.C.'s old friend "Big Dave McLean" on harp for two songs. Also contributing were Brent Longstaff (principle Tuba player from The Saskatoon Symphony), Ross Ulmer on Trombone, David Anderson on Trumpet, Sharon Matheson & Kelly Read on Vocals.

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