Editors’ Notes Even for an artist renowned for muscular blues rock, Joe Bonamassa’s 12th outing is noticeably heavy. He swaps out his beloved Marshall amp for a Fender tweed, lending his solos considerably more sting, and beefs up his rhythm section by incorporating double drummers. The full force of the band is felt on a title cut built from choked wah-wah and a pounding, Zeppelin-style groove. On “Distant Lonesome Train,” Bonamassa cranks up the tempo with viscous locomotive riffs. Just as thrilling is “This Train,” which boasts a rollicking shuffle caked in vintage Tulsa grit.
No Good Place for the Lonely
Blues of Desperation
The Valley Runs Low
You Left Me Nothin' but the Bill and the Blues
Distant Lonesome Train
How Deep This River Runs
What I've Known for a Very Long Time
11 Songs, 1 Hour, 2 Minutes
March 25, 2016
℗ 2016 J&R Adventures
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