Исполнитель: Ian Siegal Band
Альбом: Meat & Potatoes
Год выпуска: 2005
Формат: flac (image, cue, log)
Время звучания: 1:08:21
Размер файла: 419 mb
01. Sugar Rush
02. Revelator (John The Apostle)
03. Butter-Side Up
04. Drowned By Sorrows (But THey Sure Learned How To Swim)
05. Brandy Balloon
07. She Got The Devil In Her-I Gotta Try You Now Baby
08. Interlude #1; Cookin’ Wit
09. Falling On Down Again
11. Interlude #2; Mud Pie
13. Meat & Potatoes
- vocals, acoustic/electric and National Steel GuitarMatt Schofield
- electric guitarJonny Henderson
- hammond C3 organ, WurlitzerGiles King
- harmonicaAndy Graham
- electric and upright bassNikolaj Bjerre
- drums and percussion
All tracks written by Ian Siegal, except "Work" written by Harrison/Siegal. She Got The Devil In Her/I Gotta Try You Baby: Written by Davis/Kimborough (additional lyrics and arranged by Siegal)
====================================================================[spoiler=Ian Siegal - A Bigger Plate Of Meat & Potatoes
Born in the deep south (of England!) in 1971, Ian's earliest musical memories are of the likes of Buddy Holly, Jerry Lee Lewis, Elvis and Chuck Berry, but it was on hearing the great Little Richard that he really caught the music bug and became nothing short of obsessive about it. This lead him into a life-long passion for the Blues and all of its various branches, and most of all, the man he calls "God" - the inimitable Muddy Waters.
At 16 he began to roadie occasionally for his cousin's band and one night, quite unexpectedly, he was asked to sing. The result was a blown-away audience and a delighted (and rather surprised!) young vocal talent with a long career ahead of him.
It was 2 years later that he picked up a guitar and taught himself to play, listening to the likes of Muddy, B.B King, Robert Cray and Albert Collins. At 20 he dropped out of Art college and travelled to Berlin, busking for a living. This is where he says his playing dramatically improved as, if he didn't make money, he didn't eat! By the time he returned to England he knew that a career in music was the only one for him...
...His "Meat & Potatoes” CD released in April 2005 sees Ian returning to his roots with an album of powerful urban Blues, which he describes as "stripped down, mean and moody and as close as you can get to our live performances”. For this recording he augmented his core trio sound with upcoming Brit guitar maestro, Matt Schofield (who also produced the album), and Jonny Henderson on Hammond organ. This album has drawn widespread praise and put Ian firmly on the map on both sides of the Atlantic... radioscreamer.com
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