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  • Audio CD (15 Nov. 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Double CD
  • Label: Provogue
  • ASIN: B0047QWYPM
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (168 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 4,499 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Django
  2. The Ballad of John Henry
  3. So It's Like That
  4. Last Kiss
  5. So Many Roads
  6. Stop!
  7. Further On Up the Road
  8. High Water Everywhere
  9. Sloe Gin

Disc: 2

  1. Lonesome Road Blues
  2. Happier Times
  3. Your Funeral, My Trial
  4. Blues Deluxe
  5. Story of a Quarryman
  6. The Great Flood
  7. Just Got Paid
  8. Mountain Time
  9. Asking Around for You

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BBC Review

Seemingly in an organic, wildfire-spreading way, New York singer/guitarist Joe Bonamassa has become a hugely popular artist, particularly in the UK. Paul Jones has given him generous exposure on his Radio 2 show, a fact acknowledged from the stage of London's Royal Albert Hall. Then Jones steps up to blow hard harmonica through Your Funeral My Trial. There's also the matter of another major guest player: Eric Clapton joins Bonamassa for an axe-duel during Further on Up the Road. Amidst the ensuing rollin' and tumblin', it's kinda hard to tell them apart as they scorch up the stage.

This two-disc set was recorded in May 2009, the sold-out status of the RAH underlining Bonamassa's full arrival as a blues star. The key to this swift connection with the public might be the way he astutely maintains the blues-purity elements of his sound, at the same time as courting a more mainline rock-anthem grandeur. Bonamassa reaches two distinct crowds, capitalising on the fact that these camps frequently overlap in their tastes.

Django makes a suitably scene-setting opener, the sun rising as a flock of Harleys moves out across the Arizona endlessness. Or maybe a lone rocker lies hunched over a bar, flagon clutched in his oily talons. No fretting, as The Ballad of John Henry soon tramples all such reveries underfoot with its sludge rockin' momentum. There's a Kashmir lumbering that's only the first of Bonamassa's recurring Led Zeppelin motifs. That very combo must surely be his greatest influence, although there are also meaty hunks of Hendrix, not to mention the many hardcore bluesmen to be found on Bonamassa's record collection shelves.

Last Kiss has a trundling pulse that recalls Golden Earring's Radar Love, then So Many Roads is a prime example of Bonamassa's high, soulful vocal delivery, borne on waves of excess, as the twin drums of Anton Fig and Bogie Bowles pummel alongside surging keyboards and a punchy three-piece horn section. When Woke Up Dreaming arrives, there's even the chance for a semi-acoustic display of silvery cascading. Disc one's penultimate track is Sloe Gin, which has become Bonamassa's signature slowie, massed cigarette lighters held aloft as its crescendo cometh.

Disc two gushes with much the same alternation of moods. The spiralling guitar solos continue, the horns hit hard, and the riffing maintains an unstoppable forward motion. There are shades of David Gilmour on The Great Flood and more Led Zep quotes during ZZ Top's Just Got Paid. Bonamassa deftly shunts between cathartic blow-outs and sensitive washes of melodic emotion. And this is the key to his success.

--Martin Longley

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This is the full recording of what was a superb concert including guest appearances from Eric Clapton and Paul Jones. I have to say Joe Bonamassa did sound a little nervous talking to the audience but frankly the playing of him and the beefed up band (two drummers and forn section) was just superb
Highlights ? well Sloe Gin , Last Kiss , Ballad of John Henry, Better Times, Moutain Time - actually pretty much all of it, but if you want to hear what the fuss is about then this CD is a great place to start.
His guitar playing is a pleasure to listen to and this works as a record of the then pinnacle of his career.
(It was available on downloard for about three weeks last year so thats how I know what it sounds like ..
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Ibecame aware of Joe Bonamassa by word of mouth and bought one of his cds Inow have them all.Live at the albert hall is the latest release.Iwas moved by the wonderful music contained on this double cd.Icould go on and on about how good this guitarist really is his vocals have it all. Sheer class is about the best way to sum it up. There is a dvd available of this gig and takes pride of place amongst my Magic SLIM albums .If you like amazing blues with a dose of rock thrown in for good measure. Do your self a favour go out and buy this
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Excellent companion piece to "live from nowhere in particular". Band is smokin' and Joe is on fire. Great mix of originals and covers. The blues are in safe hands, and Joe is definitely the best of the bunch of hot young things. He has absorbed and moulded all that has gone before into something very special. Here's to the next 20 years.
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I have just discovered Joe, mainly by listening to Planet Rock. I thought the day of the guitar hero had long since passed in the realms of the distant folklore . However, Joe has given the virtuoso player fresh new life and this live double CD allows the first time listener to become aquainted with this supreme but underated talent.
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I first came accross this guy on Planet Rock radio. I went to youtube to hear more then, I bought this album.
Outstanding is somehow, a real understatement to describe this talent and the album he has produced, but any word would be. Having played guitar since the age of sven and performing live at 13 yrs. old, you can begin to understand what a master he is. There is nothing that I dislike on this album, the atmosphere must have been incredible at the venue.
The favourite track for me is Sloe Gin, but there are some others that come close.
Joe Bonamassa has a style and sound all of his own, even when he does a cover. This kind of talent only goes to show the manufactured so-called talent from the TV reality shows for what it is.
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Well what can you say about this guy' I have all of Joe's albums and this one is awesome.I first saw Joe live in Birkenhead about three years ago and his guitar playing made the hairs on the back of my neck stand up.I love the brass section on this recording, and the live version of slow gin on this set is simply brilliant. I cannot wait for the blue ray dvd to arrive so I can see it and enjoy a true great guitar player . keep on playing the blues Joe' a breath of fresh air.
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This was my first Joe Bonamassa CD and there are some fantastic songs on the two CD's.

I listened to most of his other studio CD's on Spotify and for me anyway, the best of the rest was Blues Deluxe which I've also now purchased.

Why? I agree with another customer who expressed the view that his other studio albums are a bit too smooth and lack the vitality of either Blues Deluxe or Live at the Royal Albert Hall.

Love his music and I'm looking forward to going to his show at Hammersmith Apollo in October this year!

By all accounts his live shows are wonderful, can't wait
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got the dvd when it was released. got a bootleg of this on line. will i be buying
this official release. of coarse i will. the guy is the best of a great bunch of
players about at the moment. buy everything he has released if you like blues rock at its very best. if you like free bad co led zep etc just buy, and go see him live. stunning! got into him with a free track on a classic rock cd and havn't looked back. on this release joe and eric trading solos. the best of the old and new
GREAT STUFF!
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