miércoles, 21 de septiembre de 2011

CD - Jimmy Warren Band - Blues Ain't So Bad


Features 10 original blues songs that are a tribute to the music, artists and styles of blues that has influenced Jimmy from the beginning.
The mission of the blues from its evolution in the South after the Civil War onward, and the glorious results, has been to express the myriad joys and sorrows of life. As contemporary blues guitarist Jimmy Warren relates, “I was never the same after hearing my first Son House and Robert Johnson songs. There was something heartfelt and genuine coming from their music, it seemed real.” His experience is clearly in evidence on his first studio CD, No More Promises.
Warren was born in Kankakee, Illinois on October 25, 1964. He came to the guitar relatively late around 1989, but quickly made up for lost time. Completely self-taught, within a year he was playing professionally and has since performed with an eclectic list of artists including Buddy Miles, Junior Wells, Sugar Blue, Pat Travers, Koko Taylor, Lonnie Mack, Reo Speedwagon and Chris Duarte, among others. From 1998-2008 he took a hiatus from music to focus on his family, only to return better and more determined than ever. With his third Cd "Blues Ain't So Bad" released in Sept. 14, 2011 with the High Tone Music Group, Warren has taken his masterful guitar ability to a brand new level.

1-Gran Torino
2-Blues Now Baby
3-Heart Disease
4-You're Gonna Wake Up
5-Hello Tyrone
6-Don't Walk Away
7-The One For Me
8-Blues Ain't So Bad
9-Memphis Blvd
10-Nothin But Blue

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