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Steven Jaymes - Black 17

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Reviewer :
Kaj Roth Format: Album
Year: 2006
Label: Rex Morgan/MGM
Genre: Jazz
Producer: John Castle
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New Zealand born Steven Jaymes (he lives in Melbourne,Australia) goes directly to the roots on his new album "Black 17" - the whole album totally breathes blues,jazz and folkrock.
His voice reminds even more of Eric Clapton on this album and the music is less based on piano and fender rhodes,most of these songs have been written on the guitar giving the songs a more bluesy touch.
It?s like joining Sting on a picnic with Van Morrison where Don Henley is showing up with the dessert,Steven Jaymes has enough heart and soul to spread love through his music over the pacific ocean.
Who can stop him?,who wants to?,not me!
11 real nice tunes.

Tracklisting 1. Three Things
2. Black 17
3. Drunk and Laid
4. Should Have Been Good
5. Can't Remember to Forget
6. Plasma and Bone
7. 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover
8. Heaven Help My Heart
9. One for My Baby and One for the Road
10. April Sun in Cuba
11. Don't You Know


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