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A New Day Yesterday

Joe Bonamassa

A New Day Yesterday

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  • Currently 5.0/5 Stars.

Type: Album

Sampling: 44,1 kHz

Source: CD

Tracks: 13

Language: English

Total size: 141.57 Mb

Year: 2000

Total price: $1.56

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03:51
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2
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03:27
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3
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04:45
10.88 Mb
4
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05:38
12.91 Mb
5
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03:40
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6
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7
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05:03
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8
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04:57
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9
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03:26
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10
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07:51
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11
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03:36
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12
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04:22
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13
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06:05
13.91 Mb


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Joe Bonamassa's first solo album hits you in the gut where it feels good. He is a 2000 Blues Guitar Man with a heavy rock influence mixed in for a tasty set of new tunes and fine covers. A very accomplished guitar player, labeled a child prodigy, see his many youtube video's as a youth.

I was impressed by the first cut, Cradle Rock, a real rocker with punchy guitar riffs. Walk In My Shadow and A New Day Yesterday are some fine covers of classic bands from the early 70's, Free and Jethro Tull respectively.

All cuts are strong on this debut release, Joe proves he can write good songs and has pushes his voice to project a more mature singer.

Joe touches on numerous music styles here, some other standouts on this set are I Know Where I Belong, Trouble Waiting, Nuthin' I Wouldn't Do For A Woman, Current Situation... All in all, an excellent first album!

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