Friday, October 16, 2015

The John Butler Trio 2007 Grand National

Genre: Rock
Rate: 160 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 01:00:05
Size: 68,71 MB

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John Butler's sound continues to evolve, and Grand National features the band's most eclectic album yet: from the Bob Marley-esque vibe of "Groovin' Slowly," to the hard rock of "Devil Running," to the smooth ballad of "Losing You," and even the beat-boxing and turntable scratching of "Daniella," John manages to squeeze as many styles of music as possible into one album.

It's also great to hear the band incorporating more elements into their music, such as the horn section in "Gov Did Nothin'" to signify the music scene of New Orleans (in a song referring to Hurricane Katrina), or the harmonica and turntables in "Daniella" and ukulele in "Groovin' Slowly." While fans typically cringe at first mention of an artist trying to expand their sound, John stands true to his roots as a musician interested in talking about important issues--singing about the senselessness of war in "Fire in the Sky," loving his wife in the beautiful "Losing You," his naivety as a young man in "Used to Get High," and teenage suicide in "Caroline." (Mike)


01 - Better Than 03:30

02 - Daniella 04:18

03 - Funky Tonight 05:29

04 - Caroline 03:49

05 - Good Excuse 03:27

06 - Used To Get High 04:29

07 - Gov Did Nothin' 08:06

08 - Groovin' Slowly 04:34

09 - Devil Running 04:52

10 - Losing You 03:48

11 - Nowhere Man 03:23

12 - Fire In The Sky 05:37

13 - Gonna Take It 04:43


Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:18:35
Size: 42,51 MB


01 - Ain't That Just The Way 05:19

02 - Good As Gone 02:29

03 - Thou Shalt Not Steal 04:46

04 - Funky Tonight (Live) 06:01

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