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Joe Bonamassa - Live From the Royal Albert Hall (2009)

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  1. Garrett

    Garrett ✯ Blues Man ✯

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    Apr 27, 2011

    Joe Bonamassa / Live From the Royal Albert Hall

    Playing the Royal Albert Hall fulfilled a lifelong dream for Joe Bonamassa. His career path was settled the day his dad played him Cream's Farewell Concert video (also recorded at the Albert Hall), and the young five-year-old was mesmerized by what Eric Clapton was doing on the guitar. On May 4th, 2009 at this same storied music hall, the circle would be completed when Clapton passed the torch to the new blues-rock guitar "God" of the world - one Mr. Joe Bonamassa.

    Review excerpt by Paul Roy

    Reviewed by Paul M. Roy


    Disc One

    1. The Road To The Royal Albert Hall *
    2. Django
    3. The Ballad Of John Henry
    4. So, Its Like That
    5. Last Kiss
    6. So Many Roads
    7. Stop!
    8. Further On Up The Road (with Eric Clapton)
    9. High Water Everywhere
    10. Sloe Gin

    Disc Two

    1. I First Met B.B. King... *
    2. Lonesome Road Blues
    3. Happier Times
    4. Your Funeral My Trial (with Paul Jones)
    5. Blues Deluxe
    6. Story Of A Quarryman
    7. The Great Flood
    8. Just Got Paid
    9. Mountain Time
    10. Asking Around For You

    Live From the Royal Albert Hall is available on CD and DVD @ Joe Bonamassa


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