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Bobby Dirninger - Change Of Season (2015)

19-11-2015, 17:47
Music | Blues | Folk

Title: Change Of Season
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Quart de Lune
Genre: Blues/Folk
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 52:42
Total Size: 128 MB

1. Change Of Season ( 4:00)
2. Tom's Band (Radio Edit) ( 3:07)
3. Like Your Music ( 4:21)
4. In The End ( 6:08)
5. Gogo Town (Radio Edit) ( 3:07)
6. Mrs Self ( 4:40)
7. Late At Night ( 5:19)
8. House Of Blues ( 3:56)
9. Blind Willie Mc Tell ( 4:25)
10. Mississippi ( 3:15)
11. Longing For My Sugar (Live) Blowing In The Wind [Hidden Track] (10:19)

It is on the 11 September 1966 that Bobby Dirninger is born… In Colmar, Alsace. “It seems to me I caught the Rock and Blues virus in my crib.” From childhood onwards he wears out the same old Elvis and Beatles numbers, playing them hundreds of times over on the record player. “At that time we felt more in tune with what was happening culturally in England and the States; in their music, something really different was going on!”
As an adolescent, Bobby learns the guitar, then the piano. He rapidly begins his musical apprenticeship, performing a mainly folk repertoire on the streets and in small cabarets. His heroes from that period are called Bob Dylan, Woody Guthrie (“Bound for Glory”), identifying himself with them body and soul, embracing the same kind of vagabond musician’s life described in their songs.

2007 sees the start of the recording of “Zora Young with Bobby Dirninger - The French Connection” for the American Delmark label. The conception of this record is entrusted entirely to Bobby, from the production to the musical arrangements, even to the choice of the musicians, likewise for the composition of part of the repertoire. In the same way as with “In the end” Bobby seeks to diversify the musical palette to a maximum. Gospel, Rock, Country, Folk. Upon its release in October 2009, the success in the States is immediate. Reaching N°1 in the US Blues charts in January 2010 (“Living Blues Charts”), N° 3 on the Roots Music Report, considered by many American critics as one of the major Blues records of 2010, “The French Connection” is aired constantly throughout the winter on American Blues radio stations!

This American success story is a first for a Frenchman and the tour that follows in April 2010 sees the French press giving air time to the event. The TF1 News, FRANCE INTER (Manu Katché), FRANCE INFO, cover this amazing “French success story” while the record receives the “French Hot Club’s special award 2010”. The 6 May 2010, Bobby performs at the Cook Convention Center Memphis alongside the biggest names in the Blues for the grand evening of the American BLUES MUSIC AWARDS. Billy BRANCH and Eddie C. CAMPBELL lengthen the already imposing list of Blues legends alongside whom the Alsatian performs. “French Connection” is also nominated for the “best Blues record” at the “JU’S BLUES AWARDS 2010”, likewise for the prestigious American Jazz magazine “DOWNBEAT”.
During the whole of 2011 the Illinois airports welcome their travellers with the 14 numbers from “The French Connection”, the album chosen by the Chicago Cultural Commission to represent the CHICAGO BLUES. “The fact that the record chosen to represent their cultural heritage was composed and produced by a Frenchman caused a certain stir in the Blues milieu of the town...”

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