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Black Coffee (2 Lp/Red Vinyl)
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- Product Dimensions : 30.91 x 31.7 x 1.09 cm; 517.94 Grams
- Manufacturer : J&R ADVENTURES
- Manufacturer reference : JRA 58248
- Original Release Date : 2018
- Label : J&R ADVENTURES
- ASIN : B077XWS5F4
- Number of discs : 2
- Best Sellers Rank: 19,537 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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It's been 4 years since the critically acclaimed, Grammy nominated, and #1 Billboard Blues album Seesaw was released by singer-songwriter Beth Hart and guitar hero Joe Bonamassa. They have reunited for Black Coffee - another collection of scorching interpretations of ten soul gems that pair Hart’s breathtaking vocals and Joe’s masterfully expressive playing. Featuring songs made famous by; Edgar Winter, Ray Charles, Etta James, Ella Fitzgerald, Lucinda Williams and more. LP is 180g, red vinyl, and contains an exclusive bonus track.
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So a shame really, but what is really dissapointing is the poor sound production, it’s to smooth and too bassy that’s not right either.
I really enjoyed listening to Black Coffee, a great track, and Joy and a couple of other tracks, but some of the filler tracks are dire, Saved for example needs to be reserved for someone with passion, not just churned out with no respect. Top of the world, should have been shelved, again not a song for Beth. She has a limited character of voice and she needs to recognise those limits, which would pay dividends in the long term.
In summary, a cd to pick your tracks from.
If any of the less than favourable reviewers have any of Beth's releases, they will hear a voice that is not only expressive but has the ability to sing softly, but can then soar to the rooftops. As for Joe being self indulgent, well that is so far from the truth. Ofcourse, there are tracks that Joe has the lead with his guitar. There is also the big band instruments, which are sublime.
This release is more full on than their other release Don't Explain.
Have tickets to see Beth at Cardiff this April, my first time seeing her live. Am sure will be as brilliant as recorded stuff.