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Tommy Castro Band - Guilty of Love (2001)

3-02-2016, 13:57
Blues | Rock | FLAC / APE

Title: Guilty of Love
Year Of Release: 2001
Label: 33rd Street Records
Genre: Modern Electric Blues
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue,scans)/320
Total Time: 00:52:05
Total Size: 346/122 MB


01. Guilty of Love 05:04
02. Stay With Me Tonight 04:43
03. Somebody to Love You 04:05
04. Blinded in the Face of Love 04:04
05. Whole Lotta Soul 05:31
06. Shakin' the Hard Times Loose 03:48
07. I Ain't Gonna Make That Call 04:53
08. Naugahyde 03:59
09. Ain't No Fun to Me 06:23
10. If You Ain't Lovin' You Ain't Livin' 04:29
11. Dirt Road Blues 05:06

Tommy Castro - Guitar, Vocals
John Lee Hooker - Vocals
Stu Blank - Piano, Vocals
Randy McDonald - Bass, Vocals (Background)
Billie Lee Lewis - Drums, Percussion
Jimmy Pugh - Fender Rhodes, Organ (Hammond), Piano
Keith Crossan - Saxophone, Vocals (Background)
Pamela Rose - Vocals (Background)

Dedicated to late San Francisco blues heroes Stu Blank and John Lee Hooker and featuring Hooker's final vocal appearance, Guilty of Love (33rd Street Records) holds the promise of something special. Unfortunately, it's a bit flat, lacking the fire you might expect. While Castro's material is eclectic and clever, incorporating rock, soul, R&B, and roots, it's not always above cliche. Also, some tracks are given a subdued, if not sluggish treatment. "Face of Love," for example, is more low key than low down. The Otis Redding-styled "Whole Lot of Soul" doesn't pack a wallop, either. Castro does turn it up on the roots rocker "Shakin' the Good Hard Times Loose," sounding like a cross between Delbert McClinton and James Brown. And the good-time closer, "If You Aint Lovin, You Aint Livin," bringing to mind Bobby Bland, is genuinely fun and cool. Fittingly, Stu Blank, who sadly succumbed to cancer in 2001, gives the most memorable performance with his "Dirt Road Blues." This charged final performance on tape between Blank and Castro finally has some of the emotion and intensity that Castro brings to his famous club dates.

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georgy1   User offline   9 February 2016 05:17

Thanks a lot 4

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