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Album Review

New England's Albert Cummings has been hailed as the next Stevie Ray Vaughan, and certainly Cummings' explosive, soulful, and emotional guitar style adds credence to that claim, but Cummings, a carpenter from Williamston, MA, has a completely different blues approach, tackling themes that would be familiar to any working stiff trying to support a family in an uncertain economy, sounding in this live set like a man who is more than glad that the weekend is here and he finally gets to make some noise. In this context, Cummings' blazing guitar breaks function as deliverance. Recorded in March of 2008 at the Colonial Theater in Pittsfield, MA before an enthusiastic hometown crowd, Feel So Good gives a glimpse of Cummings in his natural setting, and this is a straight-ahead rocking show that opens with the Friday night anthem "Party Right Here" and just keeps rolling from there. Locked in tight with drummer Aaron Scapin and bassist Daniel Broad, Cummings plays a hot hand on his Fender Strat as he tears through fine versions of B.B. King's "Rock Me Baby" and Led Zeppelin's "Rock and Roll," slowing things down a bit for a beautifully sung version of his own "Together as One." Live albums are often holding patterns for recording artists, and this one has that feel, but Cummings is such a down-home player and singer, and performing live on-stage is so obviously his sweet point, that Feel So Good seems like a perfectly natural career move. It sounds like it was one hell of a party that night, and in the end, that's how Cummings approaches the blues, by using it to catch a little bit of freedom and running off into the night with it, understanding that the blues is really all about the need for joy.

Customer Reviews

Great Stuff

I've liked Albert for a while and this doesn't disappoint. Any long time Little Feat fan has to pick up Hoochie Coochie Man / Dixie Chicken, you will be pleased.

God Bless Albert Cummings!

For a ol boy from Massachusetts, this dude wields a strat as good as Trower, SRV, and Hendrix!! If your lucky enough to make one of his shows, you won't be disappointed! This cd is almost as good as being there. Almost.

Albert, You are THE MAN!!

This man is awesome, I was at this show and there should be twice the songs!!

Biography

Born: Williamstown, MA

Genre: Blues

Years Active: '00s

Albert Cummings was born in Williamston, MA, and has made his home in the New England region all his life, where he runs a successful home construction business. He started playing the five-string banjo when he was 12 and appeared headed for a regional career in bluegrass when he encountered the music of Stevie Ray Vaughan in his late teens, and soon made the transition to electric guitar. His first public performance on guitar came at a wedding reception when he was 27 years old, but soon he was...
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