MP3 Tim Rogers - Heavy Metal Blues
Komplettes MP3 Album von Tim Rogers
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Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: Blues with lots of burning, hot guitar.
Käufer, die sich für (ZZ Top Foghat Eric Clapton) interessieren sollten sich dieses Album anhören.
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Track #5 hit the Texas Internet Top 40 last week!
I almost went back to re-do most of the lead tracks, I thought maybe they were too much metal for a blues album. But I listened over and over and decided to keep it this way. It’s the type of guitar playing most people expect of me when they see me, and my homemade double-neck guitar. I bolted on a Yamaha fretless bass to my BC Rich Warlock, I take it everywhere I go. Yeah, this might be too much metal for some of you, but give it a chance, especialy track #2 Free Man. The metal in the lead will actually talk to your soul, with the right drug combination of course. And the lead on track #4 Nymph, I could water it down and soften it up, but the passion just wouldn’t be there like it is here. This album is educational, shows how blues evolves into rock, dance, almost every kind of music. Truely, the blues is the roots of most mondern music today. And there is nothing like a slow blues song to lay down your most passionate solo work, whatever instrument is featured. Yes, track #6 Big Bear has bass as the featured solo instument, with the violin bow stroking across the bass for the foundation, with a djembe drum panning across the channels, and a story line in the lyrics not too unfamiliar. Track #9 We Is Rideing isn’t really a blues song, but I thought I’d throw it in the mixdown of this CD rather than wait for my 3rd CD. It might not be they way you spell rideing, but it the song works for me, and you will probably like it to. The bass line almost sounds like a horse, on a western terrain, don’t it?