By EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: Art Tipaldi
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We’d never done a full album both of your singing styles has the cadence together, just the two of us. It was always and delivery that you hear with blues. in relation to the Blasters in a band Phil: I never distinguished between concept. I just thought the sooner we rhythm and blues. The first time I saw can get this done, the better because no Big Joe Turner it was just magic. I have a one knows how much longer we’re loud voice and I used to imitate Joe hanging around. Turner. ” IT ’S A We did four songs and that sounded really good HACKNEYED (then decided to make a) PHRASE NOW whole album.
We make crude demos then get in the PHOTOGRAPHY © RICK GOULD courtesy of J&R ADVENTURES Bonamassa: A lot of the organic songwriters have moved out of New York and Los Angeles and they’ve moved to Nashville. I went there because I thought I owed it to my fans to do a project where I’ve had a hand in the writing of the whole record. I went there five times on the sly last year when I’d come home from my tour. I’d do three-day writing sessions with those guys. I went one more time this year before we recorded the record and really got some of the best stuff.
The opportunity to witness Landreth live satisfies the need to hear the music you’ve grown so attached to. It’s also a chance to watch it unfold – a magic show unlike any other – devoid of deception, tricks or pretense. Some of these custom techniques already have names – many do not. He creates new ones as he searches for just the right note, the ideal tone –while his accomplished bandmates (Dave Ranson, bass; Brian Brignac, drums) set the stage, maximizing his creative space through touch and feel – fueling Landreth’s inner flame as they respond to each unconventional cue.
Blues Music Magazine #5 by EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: Art Tipaldi