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Michael John & The Bottom Line - Good Thing (2002)

11-07-2015, 18:09
Music | Blues | Rock

Michael John & The Bottom Line - Good Thing (2002)

Artist: Michael John & The Bottom Line
Title Of Album: Good Thing
Year Of Release: 2002
Genre: Blues Rock
Label: Basowski Records
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 52:37
Total Size: 124 MB
Covers: Front

01. Angel Muffin (4:17)
02. Dirty Tricks (2:59)
03. It's A Good Thing (5:00)
04. Feels Like Rain (4:52)
05. Gonna Stay The Same (4:14)
06. Understanding Woman (2:36)
07. The Way That I Do (3:01)
08. Blues Party (2:42)
09. All Hell's Cutting Loose (3:18)
10. How 'bout You (4:49)
11. Another Bridge To Cross (5:24)
12. You Can, You Can (4:36)
13. My Baby's Sweeter (4:43)

Michael John, a very soulful artist whos vocals have a lot of raw power and emotion will readily attest to the legitimacy of his band as an up and coming force in the blues industry, mark my words. ~Jon Hayes- Southland Blues Magazine

The combination of Michael's strong soulful voice and the well oiled machine,The Bottom Line makes this one of the best pumping blues CDs that have been around in a long, long time.

Born May 23, 1960 in Venice Beach, CA Michael John grew up listening to a variety of music however; he knew at an early age his music love was Blues. In the early eighties he joined one of Southern California's favorite blues bands, The Back Pocket Blues Band, he was turned on to the contemporary side of the blues and there was no turning back.

Michael John's influences are many, and since the days of Back Pocket he has had the opportunity to meet and share the stage with most of them. Such as Buddy Guy the late Junior Wells, the late Albert Collins, the late Willie Dixon, Otis Rush, Lonnie Brooks, and recently with the Bottom Line they have performed with The Robert Cray Band, Taj Mahal and The Phantom Blues Band, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Robben Ford, Bobby "Blue" Bland, Dickey Betts, Savoy Brown, Rod Piazza, Sonny Rhodes, Tommy Castro and his very close friend Coco Montoya who has not only influenced Michael and his music but also took part on his debut CD "Can't Tell Me".

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