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Rick Fowler - Back On My Good Foot (2008) Lossless

1-08-2015, 19:03
Music | Blues | Rock | FLAC / APE

Rick Fowler - Back On My Good Foot (2008) Lossless

Artist: Rick Fowler
Title Of Album: Back On My Good Foot
Year Of Release: 2008
Label: Jammates Records
Genre: Blues Rock
Format: Flac
Quality: Lossless
Total Time: 53:29 Min
Total Size: 357 Mb (covers)


01. Infected With the Blues
02. Skeletons In Your Closet
03. Feel So Much Better
04. Back On My Good Foot
05. Preacher
06. Walk Softly
07. Running From The Truth
08. Road To Nowhere
09. Hitchhiking
10. Hellbound Train

Rick Fowler - Guitars, Vocals
Jonathan Dorsey - Backing Guitar
Michael C. Steele - Bass, Acoustic & Resonator Guitar, Backvocals
Gerry Hansen - Drums & Percussion
Bill Berry - Drums & Percussion on #8
Tim "Drawbar" White - Hammond Organ
Randall Bramblett - Hammond Organ on #2 & 7
Sherry Joyce - Backvocals

“This is some of the best British blues rock you are going to hear without going back to the late sixties early seventies bands. Raw blues rock, strong guitar base, never boring, or over indulging solos. The music is always the focus, with good lyrics that tell easy to understand stories. Adding to that authentic sound is the Hammond Organ always giving the songs more depth. Back On My Good Foot starts off with "Infected with the Blues," a great song you should already know if your radio station is doing their job.”...A1, St. Louis, MO

“Power chords and blazing guitars blues from the speakers right from the opening track, the blues rocker "Infected With The Blues;" but there were some surprises in store with the subtle guitars on the slow organ driven of "Feel So Much Better" with the verse "she makes me feel so much better, I look forward to feeling down." The title track is a mid tempo shuffle, and "Walk Softly" is a slow blues with a veiled warning for his lover to not do him wrong that has some really nice lines on the guitar. Some tracks are straight up blues, and other have more of a rock edge to them; but instead of over-analyzing this CD, the proof is in the listening: the more times I listen to Back On My Good Foot, the more I like it.” ...Washington Blues Society, Seattle, WA

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