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Since I'm getting more and more into Joe's work, including his stuff with Beth Hart.. I may have to look into Black Country Communion next. I think that I've glanced at a couple of songs over the years, but never really gave it much thought or attention.
 

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BTW, listening to the first Beth + Joe album right now. Bought it last week, but only half-heartedly listened to it while at work and didn't pay particularly close attention to it because of work. Popped it in a little bit ago. First four songs are great. They have a FANTASTIC cover of Bill Whithers - For My Friend. Very heartfelt and soulful, bluesy and as always a fantastic guitar track.
 

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Since I'm getting more and more into Joe's work, including his stuff with Beth Hart.. I may have to look into Black Country Communion next. I think that I've glanced at a couple of songs over the years, but never really gave it much thought or attention.

Led Zep replacement therapy! :)
 

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Since I'm getting more and more into Joe's work, including his stuff with Beth Hart.. I may have to look into Black Country Communion next. I think that I've glanced at a couple of songs over the years, but never really gave it much thought or attention.

You really cannot go wrong with anything Joe plays on, even his slightly more obscure Rock Candy Funk Party. Black Country Communion is a fantastic band that I have no doubt you could get really into.
 

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Joe Bonamassa returns with a brand-new studio album, "Redemption", which will be released on September 21 via his own record label J&R Adventures.

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Track Listing:

  1. Evil Mama
  2. King Bee Shakedown
  3. Molly O'
  4. Deep In The Blues Again
  5. Self-Inflicted Wounds
  6. Pick Up The Pieces
  7. The Ghost Of Macon Jones
  8. Just 'Cos You Can Don't Mean You Should
  9. Redemption
  10. I've Got Some Mind Over What Matters
  11. Stronger Now In Broken Places
  12. Love Is A Gamble

 

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Joe Bonamassa returns with a brand-new studio album, "Redemption", which will be released on September 21


:woho:



It took me WAAAAY too long to get into this guy. I've known about him for years, but it wasn't until recently (past 6 months or so) that I really started listening to his stuff. And in the last few months, listening to the his cover-albums that he's done with Beth Hart (I own all 3 of those studio albums now).

The dude is amazing. Absolutely amazing. In recent weeks, hardly a day has gone by that i haven't listened to at least something from Joe.

:bow:
 

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