Friday, August 28, 2015

Steve Arvey 2000 It's A Fine Line

Genre: Blues
Rate: 224 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:43:37
Size: 69,85 MB

United States

This man knows the blues. With primarily an acoustic setting, Arvey gives his audience a taste of his exceptional abilities as a guitar virtuoso and blues singer. With his from the belly growl and his sublime finger picking in the drivers seat, the artist proves once again that he belongs in the pantheon of the blues elite. I can see Steve now in the select group of artists that are found on only a label like Telarc. Yes, he is that good.

"Blues Messiah" is an absolutely incredible song. This song is certain to go down as a blues classic. If this man was finally recognized globally for his work, his career would be like a shooting star. This album is valid proof that the blues was born on the acoustic guitar. It's a fitting and just tribute to the genres legacy. Arvey plays one mean and nasty slide guitar, and he does it with all the passion and fire of his forefathers. This CD is thirteen tracks of pure, no-nonsense, deep-down, home fried blues that's simmering and ready to serve.

Chicago must be so very proud of you Steve Arvey. I believe that the time is drawing near for the world to discover the greatness that lies waiting to be found in the windy city. There's a fire in Chicago, and it's burning in Steve Arvey's belly. (Keith Hannaleck)


01 - It's A Fine Line 05:17

02 - Blues Messiah 05:17

03 - "44" 03:21

04 - Peshtigo River Blues 02:51

05 - Coming Back To You 04:05

06 - Bye Bye 02:34

07 - Things That I Used To Do 03:42

08 - Big Fat Mama 02:16

09 - Canned Heat 02:41

10 - The Doldrums 05:15

11 - Mississippi Heavy Water Blues 03:13

12 - Cherokee 01:25

13 - Peace River 01:40

Gamble for more Steve Arvey

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