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Name:Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band Live On (1999) FLAC Level 8

Total Size: 408.85 MB

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01 In 2 Deep.flac (Size: 408.85 MB) (Files: 22)

 01 In 2 Deep.flac

24.44 MB

 02 Was.flac

27.49 MB

 03 Them Changes.flac

25.73 MB

 04 Last Goodbye.flac

31.65 MB

 05 Shotgun Blues.flac

34.72 MB

 06 Never Mind.flac

29.12 MB

 07 You Should Know Better.flac

32.15 MB

 08 Every Time It Rains.flac

25.71 MB

 09 Oh Well.flac

25.90 MB

 10 Wild Love.flac

26.89 MB

 11 Losing Kind.flac

33.80 MB

 12 Live On.flac

31.68 MB

 13 Where Was I.flac

26.29 MB

 14 Electric Lullaby.flac

15.76 MB

 BACK.jpg

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 CD.jpg

743.39 KB

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KENNY WAYNE SHEPHERD BAND - LIVE ON (1999) [FLAC] Level 8
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Ripped with MAX in FLAC Level 8
Total size: 409 MB
Full artwork @300dpi

Biography by Steve Huey & Richard Skelly:

Kenny Wayne Shepherd and his group exploded on the scene in the mid-'90s and garnered huge amounts of radio airplay on commercial radio, which historically has not been a solid home for blues and blues-rock music, with the exception of Stevie Ray Vaughan in the mid-'80s. Shepherd was born June 12, 1977, in Shreveport, LA. The Shreveport native began playing at age seven, figuring out Muddy Waters licks from his father's record collection (he has never taken a formal lesson). At age 13, he was invited on-stage by New Orleans bluesman Brian Lee and held his own for several hours; thus proving himself, he decided on music as a career. He formed his own band, which featured lead vocalist Corey Sterling, gaining early exposure through club dates and, later, radio conventions. Shepherd's father/manager used his own contacts and pizzazz in the record business to help land his son a major-label record deal with Irving Azoff's Giant Records. Ledbetter Heights, his first album, was released two years later in 1995. Ledbetter Heights was an immediate hit, selling over 500,000 by early 1996. Most blues records never achieve that level of commercial success, much less ones released by artists who are still in their teens. Although Shepherd -- who has been influenced by (and has sometimes played with) guitarists Stevie Ray Vaughan, Albert King, Slash, Robert Cray, and Duane Allman -- is definitely a performer who thrives in front of an audience, Ledbetter Heights is impressive for its range of styles: acoustic blues, rockin' blues, Texas blues, Louisiana blues. The only style that he doesn't tackle is Chicago blues, owing to Shepherd's home base smack dab in the middle of the Texas triangle. 1998's Trouble Is... earned a Grammy nomination; Live On followed a year later. In 2004 The Place You're In was released on Reprise Records, the first album that featured Shepherd doing the majority of the lead vocals (singer Noah Hunt handled the lead vocals on the previous two albums). Shepherd's next project saw him traveling in the American South with a documentary film crew and a portable recording studio as he backed up several veteran blues players on their home turf. The resulting album and film, 10 Days Out (Blues from the Backroads), appeared in 2007.

Album review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine:

Being a teenage blues guitar prodigy is a double-edged sword. Stunning technique brings attention, but also criticism that it's all style and no soul. This criticism plagued Kenny Wayne Shepherd since his popular debut album, Ledbetter Heights, and it's warranted to a certain extent. It didn't help that Shepherd so strongly recalled Stevie Ray Vaughan. It also didn't help that some of his material was a little too slick, appealing as much to album rock as to blues-rock audiences. By the time of his third album, 1999's Live On, he had begun to reconcile these two sides of his personality, but the best thing about the record is that it's tougher and stronger than its two predecessors. There's still a fair amount of crossover -- a Hendrix cover and a cover of Fleetwood Mac's "Oh Well" -- but Shepherd not only seems to be developing a style of his own, the playing of his band has become grittier, or at least it's being captured better on record. Shepherd can still fall prey to excess, but not as often as he used to. He's figuring out how to restrain himself, and his music is all the better for it.

Tracklisting:

1 In 2 Deep 3:15
2 Was 4:00
3 Them Changes 3:19
4 Last Goodbye 4:34
5 Shotgun Blues 4:49
6 Never Mind 3:59
7 You Should Know Better 4:13
8 Everytime It Rains 3:46
9 Oh Well 3:37
10 Wild Love 3:42
11 Losing Kind 4:32
12 Live On 4:36
13 Where Was I? 3:30
14 Electric Lullaby 3:12

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