|2||Hey,Hey Pretty Baby|
|4||I Got A Thing For The Voodoo Woman|
|7||Too Many Times|
|8||Slowly But Surely|
This second release by The Billy Gibson Band is every bit as good as last year's CD that fired-up the blues world. Billy Gibson has been recognized as one of the world's most amazing harmonica player since the mid-90s. He has three solo CDs and was the frontman for the Budweiser In-Concert Series Band junkyardmen, who released two CDs (the second produced by Jim Gaines). Gibson's also a fine singer whose Mississippi background is honest and full of soul. Gibson's years on Beale Street have earned him numerous accolades and he is now one of the city's most celebrated artists.
The Billy Gibson Band was nominated for a Blues Music Award in 2006, and the party hasn’t stopped since. In May, The BBC World recorded the band for a worldwide television broadcast on Destination Music. The Billy Gibson segment included interviews and band clips and reached millions of viewers in over 200 countries. As most blues fans know, Billy Gibson is a virtuoso harmonica player who was named 2005’s Beale Street “Entertainer Of The Year.” In a city where the blues is king, Gibson sits at the top of the heap. With artist and producer credits extending to more than a hundred recordings, Gibson is vital to the future of the blues. On Southern Livin’, Gibson returns to the studio with his tight blues rhythm section consisting of former Albert King band members David Bowen (guitar) and James Jackson (bass guitar), along with Cedric Keel on drums and special guest Charlie Wood on keys. Recorded in Memphis at Studio Daddy-O, this CD is likely to dominate the blues radio charts. With clever songs by both Bowen and Gibson, the band sounds better than ever and exudes a confidence some musicians possess, but few earn. The Memphis-based band is proud of their roots, as witnessed on the celebratory track “Mississippi.” The CD also includes a horn section on four of the tracks, adding even more to that funky Memphis sound. As in previous releases, Gibson’s acrobatic harmonica riffs are absolutely astounding. This CD is sweet and southern and definitely something to get up and shout about.
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Southern Livin' - The Billy Gibson Band. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Southern Livin'. Hey, Hey Pretty Baby. Billy Gibson. The Billy Gibson Band, Billy Gibson. Альбом 2006 Песен: 10. The Billy Gibson Band: все альбомы, включая Southern Livin' , The Nearness Of You , In A Memphis free to The Billy Gibson Band Southern Livin' Fireman, Mississippi and more. 10 tracks 39:48. I'm Single, 03:49. Voodoo Woman, 04:56. Ricky Martin Livin' la Vida Loca. Sсryde Radio. Katy Perry Last Friday Night . The Billy Gibson Band was nominated for a Blues Music Award in 2006, and the party hasnt stopped since. In May, The BBC World recorded the band for a worldwide television broadcast on Destination Music. On Southern Livin, Gibson returns to the studio with his tight blues rhythm section consisting of former Albert King band members David Bowen guitar and James Jackson bass guitar, along with Cedric Keel on drums and special guest Charlie Wood on keys. Recorded in Memphis at Studio Daddy-O, this CD is likely to dominate the blues radio charts. thebillygibsonband Albums. The Billy Gibson Band. or open in our Desktop app. Billy Gibson: Southern Livin'. With his original mix of Memphis style blues and funk, Billy Gibson has found his personal musical expression - which led to a 'Blues Music Awards' nomination in 2006. Some tunes are awesome, others are just average with soul-destroying background vocals. An album with ups and downs. BILLY GIBSON - hcavoc, DAVID BOWEN - gtr, CHARLIE WOOD - orgpnokbds, JAMES JACKSON - bass, CEDRIC KEEL - drums, plus horns. Special guests: PRESTON SHANNON - gtr, BIG DADDY ORR - gr 1 track ea. Article properties: Billy Gibson: Southern Livin'. Interpret: Bil
- Bobby Goldsboro - Voodoo Woman / It Breaks My Heart
- Jeri Jorden, The Billy Roland Band - Baby (Goes A Walkin' On The Moon)
- Colin James - Voodoo Thing
- Jesus Sons - Better Times / This Ain't Livin'
- Crystal Gayle - Livin' In These Troubled Times
- Simon Stokes & The Nighthawks - Voodoo Woman
- Roy Orbison - Pretty Woman
- Nate Turner & His Windy City Blues Band - Hard Times
- Unknown Artist - Surely
- Jan Hammer - Oh, Pretty Woman