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VA - Jock's Juke Joint Vol 1 (2012)

5-09-2015, 08:16
Music | Blues | Rock

VA - Jock's Juke Joint Vol 1 (2012)

Artist: VA
Title Of Album: Jock's Juke Joint Vol 1
Year Of Release: 2012
Label: Birnam CD Ltd.
Genre: Blues, Electric Blues
Format: Mp3
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 64:45 Min
Total Size: 157 Mb


1. Stevey Hay - Shake Rag Boogie
2. Albany Down - South Of The City
3. Laura-May & The Bel-Airs - You Can't Hang
4. The Jensen Interceptors - (Will You) Walk Away
5. Lewis Hamilton & The Boogie Brothers - Empty Roads
6. Gus Munro - Fever
7. Willie Logan - Nodully
8. Sleepy Eyes Nelson - Blonde Snapper
9. The Yahs - Keep On Going
10. Missing Cat - For The Loss Of It
11. Ruff Cut - My Friend Mr 44
12. Dana Dixon Band - Let You People Know
13. Frank O'hagan - School For The Blues
14. Dead Men's Shoes - The Traveller
15. Lovat Fraser - The Kingdom's Empty Halls

Jock’s Juke Joint is an exciting and varied collection of contemporary Scottish blues music. The blues in Scotland has always produced passionate performers, from pioneers Alex Harvey, Tam White and Frankie Miller to Blues N Trouble, The Nimmo Brothers and Dave Arcari. This collection of original recordings showcases the new wave of Scottish Blues, its creative strong song-writing. From the Highlands to the borders and beyond, these are great new blues acts with prominent Scottish members, appearing in festivals, clubs and pubs.

Based on the theme of a fictitious Scottish Juke Joint, this collection features everything you’d wish to hear in such an establishment. There’s the fine whisky soaked vocals of Stevey Hay and Paul Muir, the grit and smoulder of Laura May Gibson and Helen Turner. Hear the classic electric guitar playing of Al Brown and Iain Gibney and the blues slide of Lewis Hamilton and Gus Munro. There’s the acoustic country picking of Sleepy Eyes Nelson and Lovat “Houndog” Fraser contrasting with the harder edged blues-rock of Gerry Jablonski and Willie Logan. There are wailing harmonicas by Fraser Speirs and Paul Montague, Kirk Lothian’s Hammond organ, honky-tonk piano by Richard Young and Craig Arnott and Kenny Miller’s jungle beat. The Yahs boogie, while Ruff Cut shuffle; hear Frank O’Hagan’s respite from academia, Dana Dixon’s tender ballad and Gary Martin’s love song. Whatever your taste in blues, there is something to appeal on this CD.

Prior to its release, the CD has already garnered international interest, and Paul Jones from BBC Radio 2 has stated he is “eagerly looking forward to receiving this very significant album”. Dave Arcari has written about the CD, “it’s great to see a wide range of original blues and blues based material coming from a fantastic bunch of Scottish artists, who will no doubt make their presence known further afield.

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