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This Time Around

29 Mar 2010 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: 26 Mar 2010
  • Release Date: 26 Mar 2010
  • Label: Provogue
  • Copyright: 2010 Mascot Music Productions & Publishing BV
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  • Total Length: 1:01:31
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  • ASIN: B003CUO9GQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 77,286 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Big Jim TOP 50 REVIEWER on 29 April 2010
Format: Audio CD
Mitch Laddie is another of the new breed of young British blues stars in the making. This is the first album from he and his trio and it shows emminent promise. They operate at the "funky" end of the genre, almost jazzy in places, and as you would expect Laddie's quitar playing is excellent. My one concern is that his vocals are a bit plain and samey. Don't get me wrong, he can hold a tune, but there is nothing particularly distinctive about his voice that might distinguish him from the crowd. Now I said mutch the same thing about Oli Brown's first album and on his new, second album, his voice has developed and improved no end, so there is hope for young Master Laddie (Bit patronising that?)

Nevertheless this is a purchase well worth making as there is a raw talent here that could go far.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mackem Jack on 13 April 2010
Format: Audio CD
Mitch has come a helluva long way since I first saw him in Newcastle as a guest of Walter Trout. Now three years on 19 year old Mitch (39 years younger than me) has developed into a guitarist so far ahead of his years you'd think he'd been playing for decades. This, his first album as the Mitch Laddie Trio, is sheer class and truly reflects his skills as an already world class guitarist, and his young tuneful vocals are rapidly maturing. Along with Rhian Wilkinson (bass) and Lee Clifford (sticks) the band has rapidly developed into a 3 man unit with a fantastic live sound. To say Walter has been a massive inspiration and influence to this young man is no exageration (thanks Walter!). Buy this record, and tell everybody else who appreciates high calibre music to get their money out. Great instrumentals, great songs (mostof them penned by Mitch), a great version of James Brown's Papa's Got A Brand New Bag, and a great live track with Walter Trout doing Rock Me Baby. Yeah, great GREAT, Grrrreat!!!!
Also take a look at Scott McKeon, another young guy who knows where he's at.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mr. H TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 27 Mar 2010
Format: Audio CD
Mitch Laddie is the hot, new, young British Blues slinger, still shy of his twentieth birthday, and this is his debut album on the well respected Provogue label. Like many youngster it was the late Stevie Ray Vaughan who kickstarted his interest in the Blues, followed by the Three Kings: B.B, Freddie and Albert. Naturally, he formed a band - Vanilla Moon - and started playing the covers circuit in his North East of England home, at motorcycle rallies, festivals and pubs.

This was when the lucky break arrived in the shape of one Walter Trout, who encountered young Master Laddie at Colne Municipal Hall in 2006. Walter liked what he heard and invited him to a few other shows and gave him an introduction to Provogue Records. Vanilla Moon became the Mitch Laddie Trio, although the Trio bit seems to have been consigned to history, even if it is still a trio with Vanilla Moon co-founder Lee "Cliffy" Clifford and bass player Rhian Wilkinson.

And they've done alright, although it falls short of the spectacular. As befits a band of youngsters they're much more at home on the uptempo numbers like 'Float On By', where they build up a funky stew, than on the slower numbers which lack a bit of resonance and depth. So it's the funky numbers that you'll come back to, with the likes of 'This Time Around' and 'Miss Supernatural' particularly fine.

The material is made up of ten originals, which definitely show songwriting strength, along with a dreadful cover of 'Papa's got A Brand New Bag' and a much better live rendition of B.B. King's 'Rock Me Baby', which was recorded live with Walter Trout's band at the Opera House in York. However, and it's a big however, young Master Laddie is definitely going to have to work on his vocals, which are, generally, too lightweight for the material. But, hey, he's a mighty fine guitarist, so maybe he should think about getting a helping hand.
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What a superb release. I popped along to see Mitch play at The Robin 2 with Virgil McMahon and W T Feaster recently on the New Generation Blues Package and was very impressed with his skill. I could only afford to buy two cd's out of the three the artists were offering, (one each). I chose this because of the live performance he gave. I'm glad I did. It is excellent. If you like blues and you like guitar work, this is a must. For me, the icing on the cake is the truly excellent final track where it is a live recording where Mitch is invited to play with Walter Trout. This one track is worth buying the cd for alone, absolutely brilliant work from both artists. Quite often Walter gets young talent onto the stage with him, but it is rare to be able to hear those meetings. Truly a great cd, one to buy.
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