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Songsta - Bluesta (2015)

6-01-2016, 16:43
Blues | Folk

Title: Bluesta
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Songsta
Genre: Blues, Acoustic Blues
Quality: Mp3/320
Total Time: 42:20
Total Size: 105 Mb


1. Snakeskin (feat. Big Blind Ray Lechmenka)
2. Get Off My Shoulder (feat. Blind Belly Cracklin)
3. Aint No Angel
4. Child of the Night
5. Aint It a Shame (feat. Blind Belly Cracklin)
6. Count It Up
7. Right Time (feat. Andy O'Donnell)
8. I Love You so Much It Hurts
9. Pappy Will Pay
10. Leave Me a Memory (feat. Shannon Reynolds)
11. Things Were Never Better
12. High Time (feat. Pat Powell)
13. Old Man Drivin (feat. Blind Belly Cracklin)
14. Black Cat Blues (feat. Blind Belly Cracklin)

Bluesta explores a wide range of blues styles, with raw delta style tunes through to explosive band tracks with blasting horn sections, soulful singing and wailing guitars.

The legend of Blind Belly Cracklin.
Throughout the Bluesta album, a collection of acoustic songs appear and almost as quickly are finished. They are attributed to a little-known artist named Blind Belly Cracklin, an enigmatic man who has been labelled by some as the great uncle of Australian blues music. Legend speaks of a haggard old man who roamed the streets of Sydney in the depression years, singing and playing for his supper wherever he laid his hat. Some stories say he was an American from the deep south who had ended up in Australia by a series of misfortunes. Other tales tell of an English Lord who had fallen from grace with the family. Having been sent to the USA to administer their plantation interests, he had supposedly become infatuated with the juke joints and wild living of Mississppi and fallen into disrepute, whereupon he was sent, in disgrace, to the far flungcolony of Australia.

One day, whilst trawling through a charity shop, I stumbled on a box of old and unlabelled 78 records. My curiosity was sparked and I purchased them for 20c each. After much searching, I was able to find a record player capable of playing them and to my astonishment, a haunting voice came through the speakers. Most of the tracks were too scratched to be playable or of too poor quality to be listenable. However a few tracks had survived the years and these have been painstakingly remastered and put onto the Bluesta album in homage to Australia's first bluesman

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