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Alan Wright - Ain't Gonna Be Your Dog (2003)

31-05-2015, 09:41
Music | Blues | Rock

Alan Wright - Ain't Gonna Be Your Dog (2003)

Artist: Alan Wright
Title Of Album: Ain't Gonna Be Your Dog
Year Of Release: 2003
Label: Alan Wright Music
Genre: Blues, Rockin Blues
Format: Mp3
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 50:30 Min
Total Size: 123 Mb


1. Hello Everybody
2. All Hopped Up
3. Alan Wright's Boogie
4. I'd Rather Be Fishin'
5. Come On In This House
6. Po' Ol Bluesman
7. Don't Turn Around
8. Juke Joint
9. Ain't Gonna Be Your Dog
10. Come To Me
11. Keepin' It Together

ALAN WRIGHT is the real deal with a hot rockin' CD, Ain't Gonna Be Your Dog, which features the incomparable Jay Spell on keyboards, and amazing special guest Greg "Fingers" Taylor on harmonica.

Alan Wright is a humble man with a deeply passionate musical style that reminds one of the blues-based rock styles of Stevie Ray Vaughan, Eric Clapton, Joe Cocker and Boz Scaggs, as well as the traditional electric blues styles of BB King, Buddy Guy, Muddy Waters, and Howlin' Wolf, and yet is uniquely different from them all too. Alan Wright has a ton of heart, and that is where his music comes from. His talent is huge. His live show cooks with great soulful rockers as well as traditional-style blues. Alan's strong, deep, throaty, and soulful voice, at times soaring and raucous, is enormous and natural for singing the soulful roots based music he loves and writes. and is readily identifiable. He plays hot and tasty electric and acoustic guitars. It's really greasy with lots of hot sauce on it. He is a great guitarist, singer, and songwriter. His guitar playing is pure and powerful. He plays his tail off on that thing. He also plays soulful and powerful harmonica. When he gets buried in the music it's a treat to watch him point his seafoam-green Stratocaster down at the floor, almost as if he's tapping directly down into the very roots of the music he loves.

And tap into it he does. Not only are his original rockers on his Ain't Gonna Be Your Dog CD strong, but when he plays live performances he also covers with tremendous humility and depth many of the old blues greats and soulful rock artist's. Such as Muddy Waters, Buddy Guy, BB King, Howlin' Wolf, Eric Clapton, Joe Cocker, Sly and the family Stone, Al Green and Boz Scaggs, all get covered with the respect and seasoning and talent that they deserve.

With the release of his CD, Ain't Gonna Be Your Dog, in May of 2003, it is clear that Alan Wright is a blues-rock talent to be reckoned with. There are eleven strong tracks on his CD, all of them written, performed, sung, and produced by Alan, with the exception of Come To Me, which was co-written with Jay Spell. Alan is a gifted songwriter. All of the tracks on the new CD are cool rootsy rockers, with the notable exception of Po' Ol Bluesman, which is pure traditional-style electric blues. Traditional blues fans will love it. ~Greg Sherrow

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