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It's a Mean Old Scene

John Verity

It's a Mean Old Scene

...an updated take on blues.
VVMOS11 (VaVoom Records)
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Track Time Listen
1
Hoochie Coochie Man

Hoochie Coochie Man

Composer Willie Dixon
Band John Verity
04:10 Play $1.70
2
Dust my Broom

Dust my Broom

Composer

Johnson/James

Band John Verity
04:07 Play $1.70
3
The Thrill is gone

The Thrill is gone

Composer

Brown/Henderson/Darnell/Hawkins

Band John Verity
05:00 Play $3.40
4
Crossroads

Crossroads

Composer

Robert Johnson

Band John Verity
05:12 Play $3.40
5
You Shook Me

You Shook Me

Composer

Willie Dixon

Band John Verity
05:12 Play $3.40
6
I'd Rather Go Blind

I'd Rather Go Blind

Composer

Ellington/Foster

Band John Verity
06:20 Play $3.40
7
Reconsider Baby

Reconsider Baby

Composer

Lowell Fulsom

Band John Verity
04:09 Play $1.70
8
Come in my Kitchen

Come in my Kitchen

Composer

Robert Johnson

Band John Verity
04:31 Play $1.70
9
Rollin' & Tumblin'

Rollin' & Tumblin'

Composer

Levy/Morris

Band John Verity
03:25 Play $1.70
10
Leo Had it Right

Leo Had it Right

Composer

John Verity

Band John Verity
04:36 Play $1.70
Total Running Time 47 minutes Purchase all tracks 
$13.00 
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This latest release from John Verity contains versions of his favourite blues numbers including 'Hoochie Coochie Man' and 'Crossroads'. The experienced guitarist draws on equally experienced band members to create a well rounded blues/rock release.

Download includes - cover art, inlay, booklet

'Well seasoned chops from a Brit Bluesman - A veteran who shared stages with Hendrix, Mountain and others - John Verity returns to record some updated takes on blues standards such as Hoochie Coochie Man, and The Thrill is Gone. The tunes are familiar, so the star attraction here is Verity's unhurried, classy phrasing on his fat-toned Fret-King Super 60. Its interesting how he phrases his vocal in a similar way to his guitar licks-creating a call and response interplay between the two that heightens each track. Classic blues guitar with a twist of forward thinking.' Guitarist Magazine, Feb 2012
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