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Just been given this album as a Christmas present. I must have been good as this is a great CD. Right up there with Joe Bonamassa, I love it. Never Looking Back is just one of several standout tracks. If you like this check out Don't Explain by JB & Beth Hart.

All Grown Up Now

This is a cracking album, with Kenny's vocals and amazing guitar opening on Never Looking Back nicely balanced without straying into overkill. The opening track sounds a little like ZZ Top and is the better for it. With the next three tracks slowing the pace and sounding like dirty blues, you'll probably think that they're typical riffs allied to lyrics that sound a bit bland, but listen for a while and those guitar elements really sing.

Cold, the fifth track is a gem of a tune and the solo will blow you away, after the acoustic sounding elements within the verses, you need to play this LOUD and boy, does he sound good. Throughout the rest of the album, there's some fantastic bass lines, like the Blues Brother style of Pretty Woman and the emotional build up within Anywhere the Wind Blows keeps getting played again and again, even if it does remind you of some sort of 80's power ballard.

All through the album, Kenny sounds like he's mastered the art of balancing an off the planet ability to guitar and maintaining the emotional context of the songs, without sounding clinical or cliched - which is a rare treat for listeners. If you like your music loud, accurate and fun, you're going to need to give this an audition. Sadly, the best of the songs aren't in the samples of iTunes, but go ahead and buy with confidence - this album is a cracker. It's good for the car, good for the hi-fi up loud, good for the headphones, good for the soul and dang, it's good for the ears. The standout tracks are Cold and Anywhere the Wind Blows, but the rest of the album is by no means dull.

I can hear your feet tapping already...


Born: 12 June 1977 in Shreveport, LA

Genre: Blues

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Kenny Wayne Shepherd and his group exploded on the scene in the mid-'90s and garnered huge amounts of radio airplay on commercial radio, which historically has not been a solid home for blues and blues-rock music, with the exception of Stevie Ray Vaughan in the mid-'80s. Shepherd was born June 12, 1977, in Shreveport, Louisiana. The Shreveport native began playing at age seven, figuring out Muddy Waters licks from his father's record collection (he has never taken a formal lesson). At age 13, he...
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