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Rain or Shine

Joe Price

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Album Review

Singer/guitarist Joe Price certainly learned from the blues greats, as he had the good fortune to open for the likes of John Lee Hooker, Willie Dixon, and many other authentic bluesmen over the years. And he has certainly learned well, as evidenced throughout his 2009 release, Rain or Shine. As many longtime blues listeners will attest, blues is meant to be played gritty and grimy — not the studio-perfected floss that many modern day, so-called "blues rockers" offer up. Case in point, the simply ass-kicking instrumental, "Joe's Guitar Stomp," which features some great, swinging slide licks by Price, as well as another standout, "Too Little Too Late." Split 50/50 between instrumentals and songs sung by Price, Rain or Shine is a much-needed return to genuine blues — played straight from the heart. This is the real deal, folks.

Customer Reviews

Joe's Blues

Joe Price keeps blues alive with his great sound and vocals. He is in the rock n' roll hall of fame for a reson.

Joe is still rocking

Glad to see Joe is still making music.First heard him in 78 or 79. Was in the mother blues band at the time.Been a fan of Joe since then and have seen him perform many times. Still as good now if not better.Might have to go back to the midwest to see him perform live.

Rain or Shine, Joe Price
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