Tab Benoit These Blues Are All Mine (1999) FLAC Level 8

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Name:Tab Benoit These Blues Are All Mine (1999) FLAC Level 8

Total Size: 336.14 MB

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01 I'm Tired.flac (Size: 336.14 MB) (Files: 19)

 01 I'm Tired.flac

20.06 MB

 02 Crosscut Saw.flac

17.63 MB

 03 These Blues Are All Mine.flac

38.62 MB

 04 Lights Are On But Nobody's Home.flac

24.79 MB

 05 Raided That Joint.flac

35.50 MB

 06 Crawfishin'.flac

25.08 MB

 07 Mother Earth.flac

19.95 MB

 08 Don't Lose Your Cool.flac

24.64 MB

 09 Jambalaya.flac

21.80 MB

 10 Twenty Nine Ways (To My Baby's Door).flac

20.50 MB

 11 Keep Yourself From Crying Too.flac

28.16 MB

 12 Travelin' South.flac

26.76 MB

 13 Bayou Boogie.flac

19.04 MB


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Ripped with MAX in FLAC Level 8
Total size: 336 MB
Full artwork @300dpi

Biography by Richard Skelly & Al Campbell:

Guitarist, singer, and songwriter Tab Benoit makes his home near New Orleans in Houma, LA. Born November 17, 1967, he's one of a handful of bright rising stars on the modern blues scene. For most of the 1990s, he's been working each of his records the old fashioned way, by playing anywhere and everywhere he and his band can play. Unlike so many others before him, Benoit understands that blues is not a medium in favor with 50,000-watt commercial rock radio stations, so as a consequence, he's worked each of his releases with as many shows as he can possibly play. Since the release of his first album for Justice, Benoit has taken his brand of Cajun-influenced blues all over the U.S., Canada, and Europe. Nice and Warm, his debut album for Houston-based Justice Records, prompted some critics to say he's reminiscent, at times, of three blues guitar gods: Albert King, Albert Collins, and Jimi Hendrix.

Although the hard-working, modest guitarist scoffs at those comparisons, and doesn't think he sounds like them (and doesn't try to sound like them), Benoit doesn't appear to be one who's easily led into playing rock & roll in favor of his down-home blend of swamp blues and east Texas guitar-driven blues. Talk to Tab at one of his shows, and he'll tell you about his desire to "stay the course," and not water down his blues by playing items that could be interpreted as "alternative" rock. Despite the screaming guitar licks he coaxes from his Telecaster and his powerful songwriting and singing abilities, Benoit's laid-back, down-to-earth personality off-stage is the exact opposite of his live shows.

Benoit's releases include Nice and Warm (1992), What I Live For (1994), Standing on the Bank (1995), and Live: Swampland Jam (1997), all recorded for Vanguard. Benoit then moved over to the Telarc label for These Blues Are All Mine (1999), Whiskey Store (2002, with Jimmy Thackery), Wetlands (2002), and The Sea Saint Sessions (2003). In 2004, Benoit released Whiskey Store Live, recorded with Jimmy Thackery on the support tour for Whiskey Store. 2005 saw the release of Fever for the Bayou on the Telarc label. 2005 also saw Voice of the Wetlands come out on Rykodisc. Another album from Telarc, Brother to the Blues, appeared in 2006. Power of the Pontchartrain and Night Train to Nashville followed in 2007 and 2008 respectively.

Considering that many of Benoit's records have surpassed the 50,000 mark, he's well on his way to a career that could rival the kind of popularity the late Stevie Ray Vaughan enjoyed in the late '80s.

The album:

This is a strong statement by Tab Benoit announcing his true arrival; although he only wrote five of the 13 songs on this disc, he stakes a legitimate claim to all of them with some of his most inspired playing and singing ever. His backing group sounds great and keeps up with him over the entire disc. He is one of a handful of performers -- Tabby Thomas and Johnny Jenkins also manage this -- with that rare ability to combine aggressive blues with the rhythms and sounds of the dark standing waters and Spanish moss-draped trees of the Louisiana swamps. Listen to the spin he puts on the Hank Williams classic "Jambalaya." He injects just a tad more blues and zydeco seasoning to take the song to a different level without messing with the basic ingredients that made it a standard. He does some equally good and interesting things with songs from Albert Collins and Willie Dixon, among others. However, when he plays his own songs, he rips apart the room and leaves it all out there for us to see. Feel the anguish and pain that run rampant in the title cut, "These Blues Are All Mine." Neither his voice nor his guitar leave room for any doubt about how he is feeling. As tormented as he is in "These Blues," feel the joy of a life lived in the swamp that percolates through "Crawfishin'." Listen to him rave in "Bayou Boogie" -- this is one happy and satisfied man. This is definitely one hell of a keeper.


1 I'm Tired 3:29
2 Crosscut Saw 3:00
3 These Blues Are All Mine 7:06
4 Lights Are On, But Nobody's Home 4:07
5 Raided That Joint 5:48
6 Crawfishin' 4:24
7 Mother Earth 3:47
8 Don't Lose Your Cool 4:05
9 Jambalaya (On the Bayou) 3:43
10 Twenty-Nine Ways to My Baby's Door 3:46
11 Keep Yourself from Crying Too 4:55
12 Travelin' South 4:31
13 Bayou Boogie 3:09


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