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Shawn Pittman - Full Circle (2001)

15-08-2015, 19:46
Music | Blues | Rock | FLAC / APE

Shawn Pittman - Full Circle (2001)

Artist: Shawn Pittman
Title Of Album: Full Circle
Year Of Release: 2001
Label: Shawn Pittman Music
Genre: Blues, Blues Rock, Texas Blues
Format: Flac
Quality: Lossless
Total Time: 50:48 Min
Total Size: 330 Mb


01. New King in Town
02. Runnin' Shoes
03. I Smell Trouble
04. Distress Signal
05. It's Your Turn
06. One of These Days
07. Can't Take That Away
08. It Takes a Lot To Laugh, It Takes a Train To Cry
09. One Thing on My Mind
10. Hell or High Water
11. Movin'

Shawn spent time playing with Buddy Guy a while back, and that intensity shows on his own stuff. It also doesn’t hurt that he’s backed on a good part of this record by the Double Trouble rhythm section. As usual, Chris Layton and Tommy Shannon lay down an irresistible groove.

Pittman’s guitar playing is always right on the money. If you want dirty rock and roll soloing to fit a rockin’ boogie, check out “New King In Town.” “I Smell Trouble” lets him showcase his slow blues; he’s the kind of player who knows where he’s going, and takes his time getting there. The dynamics are beautiful.

The intro to “One of These Days” is him solo, nice and nasty. It might bring the old SRV chestnut “Cold Shot” to mind, but it has a mind of its own. “Can’t Take That Away” is a wonderful soul tune with killer changes and sliding fifths galore.

You get the idea. Shawn’s a wonderful player, and really good songwriter (eight of the album’s 11 tunes are originals). Vocally, he’s got a gruff voice that’s not going to win him any awards in a sing-off, but it’s always heartfelt and gets the message of each tune across.

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