Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Double Trouble 2001 Been A Long Time

Genre: Rock
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:43:22
Size: 99,23 MB

United States

You have to give the late guitar legend Stevie Ray Vaughan's rhythm section credit for perseverance. Mitch Mitchell and Noel Redding, the rhythm section of the Jimi Hendrix Experience, never took it upon themselves to continue as a recording entity after their leader's passing. Of course, Double Trouble is buoyed on BEEN A LONG TIME by a host of famous friends who offer impassioned performances to occupy Vaughan's vacated frontman spot.

Bassist Tommy Shannon and drummer Chris Layton are as rock-solid here as they ever were backing up their erstwhile leader. They don't spend much time looking back, either. BEEN A LONG TIME isn't really a blues album--rather, it's a bluesy rock album with a decidedly contemporary edge that owes little to Vaughan's sound. Jonny Lang, Susan Tedeschi, Charlie Sexton, and many others lend their voices and guitars to BEEN A LONG TIME, but Double Trouble can take the credit for putting (and keeping) the whole thing together. (


01 - Cry Sky 05:16

02 - Turn Towards The Mirror 04:26

03 - Say One Thing 04:06

04 - Rock And Roll 03:08

05 - Skyscraper 04:28

06 - In The Middle Of The Night 03:05

07 - She's All Right 05:22

08 - Groundhog Day 03:58

09 - In The Garden 03:43

10 - Baby, There's No One Like You 05:11

11 - Outro 00:39

Gamble for more Double Trouble


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