Doyle Bramhall II - Rich Man mp3 album
Doyle Bramhall II is the first solo studio album by the artist of the same name. Song from the Grave" (Malford Milligan, Stu Blank). Ain't Goin' Down Slow". What You Gonna Do". "Close to Me". "True Emotion" (Will Sexton). Bleeding from a Scratch" (Will Sexton). Time" - instrumental (Wendy Melvoin). Part II" (Craig Ross). He Stole Our Love Away". The Reason I Live" (Lisa Coleman, Will Sexton)
Doyle Bramhall II put his solo recording career into hibernation following the 2001 release of Welcome, choosing to concentrate on his thriving career as a sideman and producer. It was hard to blame him for deciding upon this route, not when Eric Clapton picked him as a lieutenant guitarist and Elton John, Sheryl Crow, and Derek Trucks all regularly came calling. Bramhall channels all this experience into Rich Man, his first album in 17 years and also his best
Rich Man is the fourth solo studio album by guitarist Doyle Bramhall II, his first since 2001 and his first since the breakup of his backing band Smokestack It was released worldwide on September 30, 2016 on Concord Records. Bramhall wrote many of the album's songs as a tribute to his late father who died in 2011.
Exclusively for Prime members. Awesome, Awesome, Awesome. Very cool to watch him play as he plays the guitar completely upside down! Amazing guitarist and this album does not disappoint.
On his first solo album in 15 years, blues great Doyle Bramhall II utilizes a lifetime of influences and experiences in a quest for aural nirvana. This feels monumental to me, says Doyle Bramhall II, about Rich Man, his first album since 2001’s Welcome. I spent a year and half recording it and 16 years gathering inspiration and influences. The wide range is reflected on Rich Man, which finds him standing at the crossroads of blues and rock that he has explored throughout his career, on his own and with the Arc Angels, while also adding large doses of R&B and traces of various world musics. I’m like a musical hunter-gatherer, Bramhall says. Every experience I have, every artist I work with, becomes a fragment of my journey. I’m always learning craftsmanship and artistry and striving to find an ever deeper, higher connection to music.
Doyle Bramhall II. Mama Can't Help You, 04:22. Keep You Dreamin', 05:00. Percy Sledge When a Man Loves a Woman. Эвергрин Радио Мир. Roxette - fading like a flower. OneRepublic Apologize. Milow Ayo Technology.
Official Doyle Bramhall II Fan Page Vocalist, Guitarist, Composer, Producer .
Eastwood met respected guitarist Doyle Bramhall II (Eric Clapton, Roger Waters, Sheryl Crow) fresh from his dates opening for Clapton at the Royal Albert Hall in London. Guitarist, producer, singer and songwriter Doyle Bramhall II is a man of many talents, and a very well-respected name in the industry, having worked with some of the biggest names in music. In 2016 Doyle returned with a new solo album, Rich Man, his first in 15 years. The result sounds very classic and timeless, and Bramhall II shows once again that he's also a great singer.
|1||Mama Can't Help You||4:22|
|6||Keep You Dreamin'||5:00|
|10||Cries Of Ages||5:35|
|13||Hear My Train A Comin'||5:09|
Notes12-page art booklet included.
Packaged in a jewel case with a transparent tray.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 8 88072 00789 5
- Matrix / Runout: CRE00208 01
|CRE00204||Doyle Bramhall II||Rich Man (2xLP, Album, Gat)||Concord Records||CRE00204||US||2016|
|CRE00208||Doyle Bramhall II||Rich Man (CD, Album)||Concord Records||CRE00208||USA & Europe||2016|
|CRE-00208||Doyle Bramhall II||Rich Man (CD, Album, Promo)||Concord Records||CRE-00208||US||2016|