Boz Scaggs – Out Of The Blues (2018) [FLAC 24bit, 96 kHz]

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Artist: Boz Scaggs
Album: Out Of The Blues
Genre: Blues
Release Date: 2018
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24bit, 96 kHz
Duration: 39:34
Total Tracks: 9
Total Size: 808 MB


1. Boz Scaggs – Rock And Stick (04:50)
2. Boz Scaggs – I’ve Just Got To Forget You (02:57)
3. Boz Scaggs – I’ve Just Got To Know (04:10)
4. Boz Scaggs – Radiator 110 (04:08)
5. Boz Scaggs – Little Miss Night And Day (05:20)
6. Boz Scaggs – On The Beach (06:33)
7. Boz Scaggs – Down In Virginia (03:24)
8. Boz Scaggs – Those Lies (04:31)
9. Boz Scaggs – The Feeling Is Gone (03:35)


The self-produced Out Of The Blues finds national treasure Boz Scaggs applying his iconic voice and gritty guitar skills to a set of vintage classics as well as four originals. For the occasion, the legendary singer/songwriter/guitarist assembled a star-studded studio band including such prestigious players as guitarists Doyle Bramhall II, Ray Parker Jr. and Charlie Sexton, bassist Willie Weeks, drummer Jim Keltner and keyboardist Jim Cox, as well as longtime friend Jack Walroth on guitar, harmonica and percussion.After Memphis in 2013 and A Fool To Care in 2015, Boz Scaggs concludes his trilogy on American roots music with Out of the Blues. Properly charged with southern blues and soul, here is a preview of the music that has inspired him throughout his career. With − at his side − talents such as Ray Parker, Jr. and Arc Angels’ leaders, Charlie Sexton and Doyle Bramhall II, as well as Willie Weeks (bass), Jim Keltner (drums) and Jim Cox (keyboards). Ideal conditions to bring old blues back to life… Over the nine tracks, four were composed by Jack ‘Applejack’ Walroth, Scaggs’ former teammate, most notably on Memphis. For the rest, the album features Don Robey’s I’ve Just Got To Forget You, Neil Young’s On The Beach, and Jimmy Read’s Down In Virginia. Boz Scaggs seems to be particularly at ease when it comes to soak in an entire era. Sixties soul is indeed a part of Those Lies, but quite modern at the same time. Some noticeable similarities with James Hunter at times, but the American singer sets himself apart thanks to his unique voice, cementing his status as a bluesman. Gritty guitars and muddy blues, the harmonica riffs unwearyingly travel back and forth America.  – Clara Bismuth

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