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You & Me

9 Jun. 2009 | Format: MP3

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 6 Jun. 2006
  • Release Date: 9 Jun. 2009
  • Label: J&R Adventures
  • Copyright: (C) 2006 J&R Adventures
  • Total Length: 50:12
  • Genres:
  • ASIN: B002C20W5C
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 6,951 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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41 of 41 people found the following review helpful By FDJ on 13 Oct. 2006
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This must be the Blues album of the year.His approach to the blues reminds me of Rory Gallagher in many respects,and indeed he has covered Gallagher songs in the past.The opening track "High Water Everywhere" is a killer,and on "Asking Around For You" he takes it to another level.

If i have one complaint ,it is that the Ry Cooder cover does'nt quite cut it,but that's only my opinion.Overall this is a masterclass in Blues guitar and i can't wait to catch him live.
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33 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Jim M on 27 April 2006
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Joe B. just between you and me I have to tell you that you succeeded in providing your growing fanbase yet another record that will not dissapoint those of us eagerley awaiting your next release. This appears to be the next step in the evolution of a young artist. More of a step in the direction you were headed with the release of A New Day Yesterday. With that late 60's early 70's nostalgic sound that those of us who came to know the blues through such artists as Cream, Led Zeppelin, John Mayall, Fleetwood Mac identified with. Once again a mixture of covers and originals, acoustic to electric. A montage of styles and influences that range from Beck, Green, Page, and yes even Ry Cooder. Because I like my blues to rock just a little and I like my rock just a little bluesy. I'm going to keep following you down those roads in whatever direction you choose because you and me, have something in common.
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Matt VINE VOICE on 18 April 2006
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Like many of my recent CD purchases, I decided I was going to buy the album after hearing one of Joe Bonamassa's tracks played on Bob Harris' late night show (that man has cost me a fortune).

Now I'm a stickler for the blues but what this guy has got is something else. It's common to come across someone who can sing the blues really well or someone who can play blues guitar really well but when you find someone who sings and plays like Bonamassa does, as if it was this or nothing, it's pretty rare.

The album opens up with High Water Everywhere, a mid tempo blues track with a catchy a riff and a thumping bassline intro before Bonamassa's gravely voice kicks in and you start to picture a fairly old aged black man singing from his guitar (he's 28 and he's white).

The second track "Bridge to Better Days" (The track that sold the album to me) is another fantastic track with a mind-blowing solo.

The album carries on like this, every track a jem and the band so tight you'd think they'd been playing for fifty years. If you're a fan of Joe Bonamassa then you'll love this CD (Okay, it's the first one I have but I'm going to get more now) and if you're just a fan of the blues then check it out, you're missing out otherwise!
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89 of 91 people found the following review helpful By Kaycee on 16 Sept. 2006
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Joe Bonamassa's name kept popping up as a recomendation from Amazon when I was buying or checking out stuff in here. I'd never heard of the guy but looking at the name I figured he'd be one of those heavy widdly-widdly guitar virtuoso types, like Vai and Satriani who do nothing for me. In the end I read the reviews and, hey! looks like the kind of thing I would like after all!!

So next day I'm in town and pass the record shop and there was this album staring at me through the doorway, so i can take a hint, went in and bought it and am I glad that I did because it is a corker!

Think 'Tons of Sobs' Kossoff, Bluesbreakers Clapton, Then Play On' and Boston Tea Party' Peter Green, 'Tres Hombres' and 'Tejas' Billy Gibbons and the best of Gary Moores blues workouts - Yes! This is that good!

Production and mix are excellent, clear but with real crunch, a great job. High points for me: 'So Many Roads', a tremendous version of a song usually associated with the great Otis Rush, the solo is blistering. 'Bridge To Better Days' and 'Asking around For You', both Joe's own compositions are great, the first being a stomping rocker and the later a really nice ballard hung around Peter Greens, 'Need Your Love so Bad' (which is no bad thing at all).

There is a downright vicious romp through Sonny Boy Williamson's 'Your Funeral, My Trial' with an unhinged harp solo and a totally wigged out guitar solo.

Iguess that the albums centerpiece is the cover of Led Zeppelin's 'Tea For One' off of Presence. I have to say that this one of my favourite Zep tracks off of my favourite Zep album, and this is one heck of a go at it- congratulations! Most people wouldn't have the balls to try it or the sense to leave it well alone.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Robert Housden on 20 May 2006
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One of his finest releases, not one bad track on the whole CD.A mesmerising version of Led Zeppelins Tea For One is a highlight.Joe Bonamassa is a young guitarist at the top of his game, watch this space.
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Mr. D. A. Carp on 1 July 2006
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I love the blues old and new, and Joes got the blues!!!..... so bad. Tone to die for, riffs and songs that grow and grow!!! He doesn't sound like a 23 year old white boy, he sounds like a seasoned blues vet!!

This is the first album of his that I've bought, and I will be getting more, and the live DVD, I've seen clips from it,.... its a lesson in the blues.

All the influences are there to be heard, Clapton, Page, Beck, and Stevie Ray Vaughan, and all the traditional blues guys too.

If you are a guitarist, just look at the guitar he has listed in the liner notes...... and be envious!!!

CLASS.
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