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The Canadian guitarist's fifth album for the Cordova Bay label, and seventh overall, shows David Gogo at the peak of his soul, blues-rock powers. Certainly the only musician in his genre to cover Depeche Mode (a gutsy "Personal Jesus"), Otis Rush (his version of Bloomfield/Butterfield's "Reap What You Sow" nearly cuts the original), Stevie Wonder (a roughed up, bluesy and slowed down "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" is nearly unrecognizable from the original) and Curtis Mayfield (a muscular "Fool for You" does justice to this terrific tune) on the same album, he's a not only a terrific interpreter of other's music but digs deep to unearth interesting material. His version of the obscure Willie Dixon tune "It Don't Make Sense (That You Can't Make Peace)" is an eight minute whirlwind that showcases Gogo's stinging, surging guitar and sure sense of drama helped by harmony vocals from Melisa Devost. Gogo is also an impressive songwriter on his own, as the six originals here prove. The title track is a successful stab at greasy Sam & Dave mid-tempo soul and the jagged riff on "Belgian Moon" is one most other roots-rockers would kill for. His vocals are confident and convincing but it's his production with Rick Salt that is most notable. The sound on this album is spacious yet direct, showcasing Gogo's guitar leads while keeping them from overwhelming the songs. Why this guy isn't better known outside of his home turf is the real mystery. Maybe it's because of the sketchy US distribution of his label. But anyone who enjoys tough roots rocking with a side of tangy R&B is highly encouraged to search this out.


Nacido(a): Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada

Género: Blues

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s, '10s

Blues guitarist David Gogo was born in Nanaimo, British Columbia, and received his first guitar at the age of five (having been given a ukulele the year before). He honed his skills for the next decade and, by the age of 16, he was gaining work as a professional musician. Inspired by a meeting with Stevie Ray Vaughan, Gogo became even more committed, forming a the Persuaders, which went from a post-high school band to one that was soon opening for acts like Johnny Winter, Buddy Guy, and Albert Collins....
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