Manu Lanvin and the Devil Blues - Blues, Booze & Rock 'N' Roll (2016)
Blues Rock | Author: jonson | 7-10-2016, 07:27
Manu Lanvin and the Devil BluesTitle Of Album:
Blues, Booze & Rock 'N' RollYear Of Release:
WM FR Affiliated/VerycordsCountry:
Blues Rock, Rockin' BluesQuality:
272 MB WebSite
: Album PreviewTracklist:
01. Six Blind White Horses 05:00
02. Blues, Booze & Rock'n'Roll 03:37
03. Soul Revolution 02:51
04. I Was Born 03:34
05. R U There? 03:18
06. She's Da Bomb 03:22
07. Whippin' Boy 05:07
08. JJ Cale On The Radio 03:07
09. When I'm Down 03:04
10. Papa's Got A Reefer 02:36
11. Raise Your Hands For Peace 03:05
12. Under The Waves 03:13
After three first albums with the obvious rock direction, Manu Lanvin meeting through Paul Personne, the bluesman Calvin Russell. Their budding friendship and musical acquaintances album will be born Russell "Dawg Eat Dawg" Manu Lanvin co-wrote and co-produced with Nikko Bonni?re (Dolly, Eiffel). The Blues then seems obvious to Manu. His album take in the way: "Bad Casting" in 2012 and "Son (s) of the Blues" in 2014.
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A few hundred dates later (some ultra prestigious venues such as the Montreux Jazz Festival, the Olympia in Paris, the Apollo Theater in NYC and a few openings for Johnny Hallyday) and other awards (including the Cognac Price Passions in 2015), Manu Lanvin returned, accompanied by the Devil Blues, with a brand new album, "Blues Booze & Rock'n'Roll", which celebrates once again the Blues in the broadest sense. Because ultimately, there is not a single Blues but dozens of different Blues, all tinged with history, circumstances and region.
This new album, recorded and produced by Nikko Bonni?re brings twelve new original compositions discography Manu Lanvin, three co-signed with which Neal black and seven with Ezra Brass. side musicians, the artist is surrounded by Montout Jimmy on drums and Fred Lerussi on bass, Mike Lattrell but also the organs and harmonicas to Bako Mikaelian.
In the end, the devil Lanvin brings us a great album from start to finish. Pieces of dark rub smooth other more playful, but always rooted in the harsh reality of life. Manu Lanvin, a disenchanted bluesman who remains optimistic? You could say that. This is certainly the feeling that gives his new compositions.
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