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Album Review

Can't Buy a Break is a slow-burning, laidback contemporary blues record that positively swings. Cain's licks are clean, warm and fluid — he's able to seamlessly bounce back and forth between R&B, funk, jazz, jump blues, and Chicago blues. Furthermore, he proves himself to be an adept saxophonist, keyboardist and vocalist, as well as songwriter — the album is a true tour-de-force. His backing band is tight and sympathetic, giving the impression that Cain is fronting a much larger band than he is. It's a refreshing, diverse, and relaxed record that shows there is more to contemporary blues than wailing blues-rock.

Customer Reviews

Sweet Album!

Chris Cain once again releases a sweet album with tons of variety. Songs like Deep Freeze, Can't Buy a Break, and Gin 'n' Soda show Chris's jazz and fusion side whereas songs like Material Girl Blues as done by Albert King, show Chris's stone-cold blues background. He really is a music treasure. Buy this album man haha gotta support Chris Cain.


Born: November 19, 1955 in San Jose, CA

Genre: Blues

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Chris Cain's crisp lead guitar and gravelly vocals have brought him national recognition. Influenced by B. B. and Albert King as well as various jazz players, Cain...
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