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Album: Heavy Blues [Digipak]
# Song Title   Time
1)    The Edge More Info...
2)    A Ton of Bricks (Feat. Scott Holiday) More Info...
3)    Bad Child (Feat. Joe Bonamassa) More Info...
4)    Little Girl Lost (Feat. Neil Young) More Info...
5)    Learn to Fly More Info...
6)    Oh My Lord (Feat. Robert Randolph) More Info...
7)    Confessing to the Devil (Feat. Jeff Healey) More Info...
8)    Heavy Blues (Feat. Peter Frampton) More Info...
9)    Wild Texas Ride More Info...
10)    Please Come to Paris (Feat. Luke Doucet) More Info...
11)    We Need to Talk More Info...
 

Album: Heavy Blues [Digipak]
# Song Title   Time
1)    The Edge More Info...
2)    A Ton of Bricks (Feat. Scott Holiday) More Info...
3)    Bad Child (Feat. Joe Bonamassa) More Info...
4)    Little Girl Lost (Feat. Neil Young) More Info...
5)    Learn to Fly More Info...
6)    Oh My Lord (Feat. Robert Randolph) More Info...
7)    Confessing to the Devil (Feat. Jeff Healey) More Info...
8)    Heavy Blues (Feat. Peter Frampton) More Info...
9)    Wild Texas Ride More Info...
10)    Please Come to Paris (Feat. Luke Doucet) More Info...
11)    We Need to Talk More Info...
 
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  • Personnel: Randy Bachman (vocals, guitar); Dale Anne Brendon (drums).
  • Audio Mixer: Kevin Shirley.
  • Liner Note Author: Randy Bachman.
  • Recording information: Metalworks Studios, Mississauga, Ontario.
  • Photographer: Callianne Bachman.
  • Randy Bachman gives away the game with the very title of Heavy Blues. The guitarist decided to devote himself to over-amplified blues on this 2015 project, teaming with a new rhythm section (one that just happens to be female), and inviting a bunch of friends to add solos to his new songs. Each guitarist -- including his old pal Neil Young, modern-day bluesman Joe Bonamassa, and Peter Frampton -- recorded their solo over a finished mix, which explains the presence of the late Jeff Healey and also how the guitarists don't necessarily seem fully integrated into the album. Nevertheless, that disconnect is ultimately a minor point because there's a gonzo energy to Bachman's originals, a spirit that can sometimes slide into silliness (listen to the chorus of "Confessin' the Blues"), but also liberates the guitarist enough to deliver one of his loudest and heaviest solo records ever. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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