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Ronnie Earl - I Like It When It Rains / Plays Big Blues (1990/1997)

26-05-2016, 21:05
Blues | Rock

Title: I Like It When It Rains / Plays Big Blues
Year Of Release: 1990/1997
Label: Antone's / Black Top
Genre: Modern Electric Blues, Blues Rock
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 81:47
Total Size: 210 MB

1. Ridin' With Ronnie (4:02)
2. Linda (4:54)
3. Midnite Clothes (4:15)
4. Mutcika (4:40)
5. I Like It When It Rains (3:17)
6. Walkin' And Cryin' (3:40)
7. Down On Guadalupe (2:18)
8. Anna Lee (6:53)
9. Sittin On Top Of The World (4:53)
10. Blues For Jimmie And Jesse (2:44)

Ronnie Earl - I Like It When It Rains / Plays Big Blues (1990/1997)

1. I Want To Shout About It (3:34)
2. Bonehead Too (3:14)
3. Peace Of Mind (5:26)
4. Off The Hook (3:00)
5. Ronnie Johnnie (2:58)
6. I Smell Trouble (4:23)
7. Blind Love (4:41)
8. I Wish You Could See Me Now (3:35)
9. Backstroke (4:20)
10. Ships Passing In The Night (4:51)

One of the finest blues guitarists to emerge during the '80s, Ronnie Earl often straddled the line between blues and jazz, throwing in touches of soul and rock as well. His versatility made him one of the few blues guitarists capable of leading an almost entirely instrumental outfit, and his backing band the Broadcasters became one of the more respected working units in contemporary blues over the course of the '90s, following Earl's departure from Roomful of Blues.
Ronnie Earl was born Ronald Horvath in Queens, NY, on March 10, 1953. He didn't start playing guitar until after he entered college at Boston University in the early '70s and became fascinated with the local blues scene. Developing his craft quickly, he landed a job in the house band of the Speakeasy Club in Cambridge, MA, and changed his last name to the bluesier-sounding Earl in tribute to Earl Hooker, one of his favorite influences. Prior to the name switch, he'd made some recordings for the small Baron label under his original moniker beginning in 1977, first backing Guitar Johnny & the Rhythm Rockers, then as a founding member of Sugar Ray & the Bluetones with harmonica player/singer Sugar Ray Norcia. In 1979, Earl was invited to replace Duke Robillard in the prominent Rhode Island band Roomful of Blues, whose swinging jump blues revivalist sound demanded a jazz sensibility as well as ample blues feeling. Earl spent the next eight years with Roomful of Blues and watched their national profile grow steadily larger. ~Steve Huey

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mufty77   User offline   12 July 2016 15:40

Please in lossless!!

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