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Driving Towards The Daylight

21 May 2012 | Format: MP3

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 22 May 2012
  • Release Date: 21 May 2012
  • Label: J&R Adventures
  • Copyright: 2012 J&R Adventures
  • Total Length: 56:19
  • Genres:
  • ASIN: B0083K9BFE
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (123 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 910 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Ramses on 29 May 2012
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Joe is building his legend, little by little, always with a surprise. He had an incredible 2011 with his solo, Beth Hart duet, and Black Country Communion super-group CDs. In 2012 he has already issued one of the best music videos ever (I think) - the New York concert - and now we are treated with this fantastic album. I have all his albums and this is in my opinion his best studio work. Songs are great, and I'm very glad with his version of "Stones in my passway", which he successfully covers without trying to tread in Johnson's, or even Clapton's, steps. Invited luminaries are Jimmy Barnes and Brad Whitford (from Aerosmith), and I think by now it is time to stop talking about it and to just recommending anyone readign this to BUY THIS NOW.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Micky on 1 Jun. 2012
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Cant believe how long this guy has been around and I've only just discovered him.
This album is the best blues rock album I've heard for years.
Stunning guitar riffs, and that track with Jimmy Barnes is to die for !!
Bridges the gap left by Gary Moore and Jeff Healey.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By FastHand on 24 May 2012
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I must admit some of Joe's albums have left me cold with the exception of "Blues Deluxe" and " Sloe Gin" but this one is right up there with the best of them. All the tracks are interesting and remind me some what of the old rhythm and blues days before the term was hi-jacked by some other form of music. His guitar playing is fantastic and to me he sounds rejuvinated. Track 6 "A place in my heart" is beautiful and he plays his guitar with such feeling, very reminiscence of Eric Clapton. This is predominantly a blues/rock album with some very bluesey numbers, I really like this album a lot. Also the booklet which accompanies the CD is very informative especially the history of Joe's guitars and how he bought them, how much he paid, and the differerent sounds they produce, extremely interesting to any up and coming guitarist who may be thinking of buying a guitar.
I have rewritten my review as originally I only gave it two stars. This was due to my mate who came round with this new Joe Bonamassa CD and after about five fine bottles of wine between us I thought I had listened to it but I obviously had'nt. Also I would like to thank the reviewers that advised me that I must be mad not to like it. It is a very very good album and I listened to it sober, thanks.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Robin Webster on 24 May 2012
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I don't know how Joe Bonamassa manages to produce CD after CD with so much vitality while also undertaking such a long touring schedule plus a radio show. He is a rock blues artist and this CD leans towards his blues side, despite covering songs by Bill Withers & Tom Waits. I love his versions of Robert Johnson's `Stones In My Passway' and Howlin Wolf's `Who's Been Talking' which has an intro of about 30 seconds of an interview with Howlin Wolf. (and it works). However the stand out track for me is his version of the Bill Withers classic, `Lonely Town Lonely Street.' Joe Bonamassa fans will not be disappointed, and this CD is also a good introduction for those that are new to this great artist.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Michael H on 25 Jun. 2012
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This is another excellent work by JB. I found many of the rhythm sections too "tight" for me and would have wanted a few more licks thrown it. But I guess they wanted a really disciplined production on this one. All in all a great album.

The cardboard book style doesnot work for me, its odd in my collection and doesn't fit into my CD library and I think it will look tattled and torn quite soon,

Maybe they were trying to emulate a vinyl cover or something ;-)
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By K. Buxton on 5 July 2012
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Well! I agree with a lot of comments and for me this is Joe's best album so far, the first track I heard off this album was `too much ain't enough love' and the singer Jimmy Barnes who I'm not too familiar with, wow! I just fell in love with this track and to put this track last on the album sums up how good it is.

Great blues/rock album fell in love with it straight away and I'll be playing this to death when I'm on holiday in 2 weeks, hard to pick a favourite track as there are so many to choose from, just shows you if you can include some catchy tunes, melodies and cover the songs he's not written better than the original then this is what you get, also Joe is so busy collaborating on so many other artist albums, obviously this must help for future material I just don't know how he finds time for his own, anyway! To sum up this is my favourite album of 2012 so far, go out and buy! You won't be disappointed.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By pete clack TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 19 Sept. 2012
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You can't deny for one second that Joe Bonamassa is one greast guitarist, but my own take is although he is adverised as blues,lately he's more rock than blues,the Black Country Communion showed that he's very good at whatever he chooses. Beacon Theatre again shows me he's nowdays more rock styled in his approach.This album comes down both sides of the fence,some rock mixed with some pretty awesome blues.He clearly in his onward surge touching all areas of music that take his fancy and that's good.An artist who has amazing large output,who sweems to be always on tour.A new BCC album coming,then a live acoustic DVD early in the new year.His range is wide and you never know exactly what your going to get,other than it will be good.
This release for me is by far the best sincs John Henry,with my favourite of all being Blues De Lux, well produced, very good selection of songs some new ,some borrowed and some blue as they say.The band is as always right on the note. Good but for me not as good as the new releases by Walter Trout and Robert Cray,who've uped the level, Joe maybe putting too much out but each release recently is just a touch short of a classic, this is a very fine release make no mistake, but for me I know there's an even better one coming soon.
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