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John Mizarolli - Blues Gems (2015)

10-09-2015, 08:21
Music | Blues | Rock

John Mizarolli - Blues Gems (2015)

Artist: John Mizarolli
Title Of Album: Blues Gems
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Music Of The Spheres
Genre: Blues, Electric Blues, Blues Rock
Format: Mp3
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 37:56 Min
Total Size: 105 Mb


1. Cry For The Blues
2. Sitting On A Hollow Log
3. Basstalk
4. Cloudy Day
5. BB Goode
6. Night Time Has Fallen
7. Fallen Blues
8. All I've Got Is Love
9. Jazzy Mood
10. Key To The Highway

The UK Guitarist Magazine endorsed Mizarolli's zen guitar tuition method as far back as 1987. John Mizarolli had just given a live performance to 3000 at the Limelight Club celebrating a Jimi Hendrix Anniversary. After blowing their minds, he was approached by Guitarist who gave him a 5 page spread hailing him as a Major British Guitar Talent. His biography lists an interesting and unique timeline. Having played with one of Rock's major drumming legends, namely Ginger Baker and the Blues major bass legend, Big Joe Turner, John Mizarolli now has music history written in his fingers. Soon after Mizarolli was asked to play with Jimi Hendrix band members, bassist Noel Redding and drummer Mitch Mitchell. John Mizarolli declined as he thought he'd be only perceived as a clone, with nothing else to offer in terms of originality. For guitar players willing to listen to the tracks on the homepage on this site, it is clearly apparent that Mizarolli has far superseded the range of styles most musicians learn in one lifetime.

Big Joe Turner who worked for 5 years with BB King and 2 years with Albert King rated John Mizarolli as the best blues guitarist in the UK. He also stated no one guitarist that he knew could play rhythm and lead in the blues idiom like Mizarolli. Conroversial as this opinion was, it came from a blues bass legend who even Stanley Clarke loved and respected. Has Mizarolli actually gone beyond Hendrix? You be the judge, maybe even check out his private lessons.

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