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Studebaker John & The Hawks - Eternity's Descent (2016)

15-04-2016, 05:16
Blues | Rock

Title: Eternity's Descent
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Avanti Records
Genre: Chicago Blues, Blues Rock
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 78:39
Total Size: 185 MB

1. Same As Mine (4:46)
2. Up And Down The Line Again (5:34)
3. Not To Be Like You (4:23)
4. Hold Me Down (5:00)
5. My Life (6:34)
6. Ready To Rock (8:46)
7. I Feel Like Rockin' (5:40)
8. I Still Won (8:17)
9. Search This Life (4:25)
10. Passed And Gone (4:17)
11. Rock And Roll Before I Die (6:02)
12. Humanity (9:04)
13. Eternity's Descent (5:46)

Studebaker John Grimaldi was born in Chicago in 1952 and heard the blues firsthand from Big Walter Horton, "One-Armed" John Wrencher, Johnny Littlejohn and other regulars on Maxwell Street. "I can remember a time when you could see Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, he'd play in his own club, Hound Dog Taylor would always be around Maxwell Street. J.B. Hutto, too. Being able to see them perform live was breathtaking. I'm basically self-taught and I'd pick things up by just watching them."

He also took to heart their advice about developing his own style. He recalls, "The old guys, like Walter Horton, gave me the best advice when they told me not to try to sound like them, but to sound like myself. To me, blues is really finding the heart of the music and putting yourself into it."

In addition to the aforementioned artists, John lists his harmonica influences as Little Walter, both Sonny Boys, and Paul Butterfield. On guitar he names Albert Collins, Albert King, Freddie King, and Elmore James.

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