I Feel Like Goin' On
 : I Feel Like Goin' On


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Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
Brand: Earl, Ronnie
EAN: 0772532128926
Item Dimensions: 5042524525
Label: Stony Plain Music
Languages: EnglishPublishedEnglishOriginal LanguageEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Stony Plain Music
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: March 18, 2003
Publisher: Stony Plain Music
Release Date: March 18, 2003
Studio: Stony Plain Music

Disc 1:
  1. Hey Jose
  2. Blues For Otis Rush
  3. Little Johnny Lee
  4. Wolf Dance
  5. Mary Don't You Weep
  6. Howlin' For My Darlin'
  7. Blues For The Homeless
  8. Big Walter
  9. Alone With The Blues
  10. Travelin' Heavy
  11. Donna
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
one of the finest blues guitar players, ever! I am glad to announce: Ronnie Earl is back. He is mighty back with a moving set of almost all instrumentals. His studio recordings from the past decade never possessed the initial power, the enthusiasm and the deep emotions of his live performances (check-out 'Blues And Forgiveness' on CrossCut ccd 11042). Ronnie has signed with one of America's finest blues outlets, Stony Plain Records from Canada. And he feels like coming home. This album is pure Ronnie Earl! It is intensity, emotions, deep feelings, and expressive guitar playing, throughout. I am very happy that Ronnie finally came back with an album like this. This is Ronnie Earl the way his fans and friends love him. Thank you, Ronnie. One of the most fascinating blues guitar albums in a long while. A must!! RONNIE EARL - guitar, DAVE LIMINA - piano/organ, JIMMY MOURADIAN - bass, LORNE ENTRESS - drums.

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Hey José
Blues For Otis Rush
Little Johnny Lee
Wolf Dance
Mary Don't You Leave
Howlin' For My Darlin'
Blues For The Homeless
Big Walter
Alone With The Blues
Travellin' Heavy
"I make this music in the hopes that I may touch your soul," says Ronnie Earl. "It is not fame that I seek or need." These words explain his low profile and encapsulate the vision of an emotionally driven musician. The statement’s truth rings out in every blistering guitar lick and solo on this predominantly instrumental release. As an authoritative axe slinger, Earl is less concerned with how many notes he plays than with the impact each holds. Like Mike Bloomfield (who he sounds eerily like on "Blues for Otis Rush") his style is lean, hungry, and fiery. Recorded live in the studio, Earl shifts from the traditional gospel of "Mary Don’t You Weep" (with guest vocalists the Silver Leaf Gospel Singers) to a sharp cover of Howlin' Wolf’s "Howlin' for My Darlin'." A mouth-watering unaccompanied showcase appropriately titled "Alone with the Blues" and the Peter Green-styled "Donna," where notes drip like mercury from his fingers, are also highlights. Tough yet expressive and always soulful, this is intensely moving blues from a gifted guitarist whose humility and sincerity are as affecting as his music. --Hal Horowitz

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