- Audio CD (29 Dec. 2008)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: CD
- Label: PROVOGUE RECORDS
- ASIN: B00094OC6A
- Other Editions: Audio CD | MP3 Download
- Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 41,031 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
A New Day Yesterday CD
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(2000 'Premier Artists') (61:51/13) Von Tom Dowd produziertes und in New York aufgenommenes Studioalbum. Studioalbum, recorded in NYC, produced by Tom Dowd. JOE BONAMASSA - gtr/voc, CREAMO LISS - bass, TONY CINTRON - drums.
Walk in my shadows
A New Day Yesterday
I know where I belong
Miss you, hate you
Nuthin' I wouldn't do
Colour and shape
Headaches to heartbrakes
If heartaches were nickels
Don't Burn Down That Bridge
Miss you, hate you
Top Customer Reviews
It is interesting to note that the first three tracks here are covers of songs originally penned and recorded by British artists. Rory Gallagher's `Cradle Rock' provides the barnstorming opener, followed by Free's `Walk In My Shadows' and the quintessentially English Jethro Tull's `New Day Yesterday'. Talk about setting your sights high - in Gallagher, Paul Kossoff and Martin Barre Bonamassa has three superb guitarists to pay tribute to, and he does not disappoint. The recordings are similar enough to the originals to not be annoying to fans, but Bonamassa makes them his own and makes them different enough to be interesting. A real achievement!
Most of the rest of the record is made up of Bonamassa originals. This allows him to show off a range of guitar skills, and sonically he manages to pay tribute to a host of other guitar gods. There are phrases that sound straight from Led Zeppelin, Stevie Ray Vaughn and Jimi Hendrix. Not only can he play in the same style as all of these distinctive guitar voices, he also has his own unique sound which he uses to great effect. His technical mastery really is something else again.
This 2005 reissue of the original 2000 album has one extra track. The full version of `Miss You, Hate You' is fully two and a half rock packed minutes longer than the cut found earlier on the album, and is by far the better version.
An excellent album, heartily recommended to all lovers of blues rock in the style of Cream, Led Zeppelin, Hendrix or SRV.
Bonamassa is the vanguard of the current blues renaissance, it is easy to see why!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is an early recording of joe, and you can see why he is thought highly of.a talented exponet of the blues/rock guitar.Published on 24 Oct. 2014 by Mr. A. Bennett