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Didn't It Rain
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Didn't It Rain is the second album from comedian-turned-actor-turned-blues-maestro Hugh Laurie. Although the album follows the same vein as his hugely successful debut Let Them Talk in terms of its bluesy covers, this release sees Laurie move away from the New Orleans sound as he takes the listener on a musical tour of the American heartland instead.
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For an actor this is superb music. Hugh clearly loves what he does and with this album it shows.
I've seen less than kind reviews of this record, which I find hard to understand - it is well-played by Laurie and his all-star Copper Bottom Band (although I thought that guitarists Kevin Breit and Greg Leisz were under-used), well-produced by Joe Henry and there is lots of variety both in the material and the different singers. I thought there was a good mix of older and more modern songs - the album closes with Alan Price's `Changes' and also include's Dr. John's 'Wild Honey'.Read more ›
However this is not the case for Hugh Laurie.
This man is incredibly talented, as an actor, writer and musician.
He can clearly play the piano, and his singing is fine. he has a passion for blues that comes across in his music.
I get the impression that Laurie has recorded this album not for money or recognition, but because of his sheer enjoyment and love for the blues, and his desire to share that with others.
His nasal American accent seems to be ideally suited to the genre, and he even has a world weary look to finish everything off.
What's not to like.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
While Hugh isn't at the front of this album, leaving a few songs to others to sing, there is no doubt that the wonderful "Dr House" aka Hugh, is one very modest and... Read morePublished 27 days ago by Mrs. A. Rhodes
well done hugh, wasn't too ure at first but after hearing it a second time i really enjoyed itPublished 2 months ago by L A Jarvis
Love this cd. Jazz light and repeatable. Often leave it playing on shuffle all day.Published 3 months ago by supercandyanne
One heck of a talented guy. Very good easy listening.Published 3 months ago by Timothy G. Simmonite