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    Aaron Curtis - River Rising (2015)






    Artist: Aaron Curtis
    Title: River Rising
    Year Of Release: 2015
    Label: GRAPEFRUIT
    Genre: Blues, Electric Blues
    Quality: Flac
    Total Time: 32:41
    Total Size: 241 Mb
    WebSite: Album Preview

    Tracklist:

    1. River Rising
    2. Help Me Out
    3. Bad Girl
    4. Mojo Hand
    5. Sweet Rollin' Baby
    6. Death Row Blues
    7. Mad And Blue
    8. Rootman
    9. Shake A Bone
    10. Another Name For The Blues

    Many people listen to the blues for the same reasons they watch football: a) it's loud; b) it's high-energy; c) it's addicting; d) it's fun; and e) it's tailor-made for drinking and partying. Fans should keep these things in mind while listening to London's Aaron Curtis and his latest album, River Rising. Gary Grainger, the UK Blues Broadcaster of the Year, describes Aaron's music as having"a great raw sound," according to Curtis' promotional info sheet. Such is consummately true, more so than on other albums. You won't hear him playing Jimi Hendrix-style riffs, or trying to pull off the same fretwork finesse as Eric Clapton. Aaron sticks to traditional and contemporary blues rhythms, although basic, and compels listeners to turn the volume up. Vocally, he's reminiscent of The Doors' Jim Morrison and Warren Zevon (who performed "Werewolves of London"). However, he talk-sings through most of the album, with curiously-flat inflections on his love songs like "Sweet Rollin' Baby". With all of that said: Who cares?

    This is barroom blues, tailgating blues, and above all, football blues. Complexity's not necessary. The note that Aaron included with his latest CD contains a promising paragraph: "With his unique 21st-century-meets-old-school approach, Aaron has been rocking his native London and the South East for over ten years. His debut album, I'm Going to Tell You, drew widespread acclaim, and saw him performing venues from London's Ain't Nothing But to a headline spot at Ireland's Cobh Blues Festival. Now, with his latest offering River Rising, Aaron takes another step forward, offering a stripped-down, guitar-and-drums-led sound that hearkens back to the roots of the blues whilst sounding startlingly modern. The album is already getting heavy airplay from top blues DJ's like Gary Grainger (mentioned earlier) and John Brown."

    In a lot of ways, Europe is even more of a blues continent than North America is. Blues may have been birthed in the U.S., through the literal and figurative labor pains of African-American slaves, but it's migrated "across the pond" - the Atlantic Ocean - in spectacular style. Unlike some European artists, who sound just as American as the music they play, you can definitely tell that Aaron Curtis is a Brit, and that's a great thing. With him on ten original tracks (nine plus a ghost track) is Reg Patten on drums. Curtis himself performs on vocals and electric guitar.





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