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Scott Holt - Angels In Exile (2001) Lossless

19-11-2015, 16:56
Music | Blues | Rock | FLAC / APE

Title: Angels In Exile
Year Of Release: 2001
Label: Spitfire
Genre: Blues, Blues Rock
Quality: Flac
Total Time: 54:47 Min
Total Size: 377 Mb (covers)


01. Baby Let's Go
02. Too Far Gone
03. Angels In Exile
04. Dress You Up
05. The Unforgiven
06. I'll Make Love To You Anytime
07. Up In Flames
08. Spanish Moon
09. I've Got A Mind To Give Up Living
10. Blind Willie McTell
11. Who You're Thinking Of
12. Strong Enough For Goodbye

Longtime Buddy Guy sideman Scott Holt certainly doesn't suffer from a lack of talent. He's got the voice, the chops, and the look to be the next "great white hope" of the blues world. What Holt lacks is direction. This album is full of bristling guitar work and strong vocal stylings. What's missing is a sense of identity. Holt rips through a selection of house-rockers and choice cover songs without ever letting the listener know what exactly should separate Holt from the packs of wannabes in his wake. Most of the songs are penned by Scott with a few notable exceptions, including a cover of Dylan's "Blind Willie McTell." There maybe is the problem. That particular song has been done to death in recent years. Holt's first album was more adventurous. The standout song on that collection was probably the Clash's "Train in Vain." That sort of musical adventurousness promised strong things from this performer. This album, alas, doesn't deliver on that promise. All is not lost, however. Holt's voice is strong, and listeners will probably find themselves humming the title track some hours later. Hopefully, his next record will put his talents to better use.

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