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Husky Tones - Time For A Change (2015)

29-10-2015, 05:40
Music | Blues | Rock

Husky Tones - Time For A Change (2015)

Artist: Husky Tones
Title Of Album: Time For A Change
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Victoria Bourne and Chris Harper
Genre: Blues, Electric Blues
Format: Mp3
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 49:29 Min
Total Size: 120 Mb


1. I'm So Happy I've Got The Blues
2. I Dare You
3. Uncle Walter
4. Shelter
5. Fortune Seeker
6. It's A Bitter Love With You Every Time
7. Give Me Love
8. Rent Party
9. Daybreak
10. Time For A Change

History is something to draw strength from, not to be daunted by, and the Husky Tones are a band keen to find their own way in the rich and varied blues world. The Husky Tones were formed by Chris Harper and Victoria Bourne. Chris, the guitarist, grew up in a blues-loving household: Peter Green for breakfast, Freddie King for lunch and Stevie Ray Vaughan for dinner. No surprise then that he took up guitar. Blues was his first love but he’s had many since. He studied classical music and electronic composition at Goldsmiths College London, he’s performed in experimental and angst-ridden indie/rock bands, written and performed original flamenco music and he has composed for film and theatre. But now he’s come full circle and returned to the blues.
Ten years ago in London, while tirelessly looking for a singer for a band influenced by Radiohead and Jeff Buckley, Chris met Victoria Bourne. He was immediately impressed with Victoria’s voice, her openness, expressiveness, range and versatility. They became at first musically entwined and soon after romantically too and together have been on quite a journey. Victoria shares his voracious appetite for any music that is both cathartic and individual, which contributed to many evenings of booze-fuelled getting to know each other to a soundtrack of SRV, Arvo Pärt, This Mortal Coil, Howlin’ Wolf, Tim Buckley, Jeff Buckley, György Ligeti, and many, many others.
Victoria grew up in Handsworth, Birmingham; her early musical experiences were guided by singing in a local Baptist church and by being the only white girl in her year at school, resulting in experiences of music from a variety of cultures including Indian ragas. At the same time she was also listening to her first blues records by greats such as John Lee Hooker and Buddy Guy. They wrote and performed together for many years in a variety of styles and ensembles but throughout those years they never stopped listening to the blues and, with hindsight, it was inevitable that they would end up playing and writing blues music together.

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