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Album Review

For his first album for Telarc, Jimmy Thackery — backed by his band, the Drivers — has come up with a near-tribute album to Eddie Hinton, covering eight of his songs on this 11-track set while offering three originals that illustrate the depth of his debt and love for the underappreciated singer/songwriter. Hinton was one of the leading white Southern soul singer/songwriters of the '70s, '80s, and '90s, and Thackery learned a lot from him — especially how R&B, blues, and rock could be seamlessly fused and that roots are as important as strong songwriting. Thackery turns up the volume a little bit more and rocks it hard, not just here but overall, but he can also convincingly deliver a slow-burner like "It's All Wrong but It's All Right," which is what makes We Got It so satisfying — not just as a testament to Hinton, but as a strong Thackery record. It's a great way to begin his association with Telarc.

Customer Reviews

We Got It

I saw Jimmy Thackery live in a small, back room club in Denver. He was billed as a "guitar god". I was in tears of joy for most of the show. I have never seen a live guitarist of his stature and talent. But his albums, I don't care for much. I realize that vocals and songwirters genre sells more than lots of blues instrumentals but I just can't get excited. I have only dowloaded 1 song from his last album and this one has none I care for. I realize that MANY other music fans of this genre will love this album. Thackery is an amazing performer. I just was spoiled by his live guitar licks which overpower any vocals and songwriting that he has produced so far. I have the same problem with Robben Ford. Maybe I'm weird, but that's my take.

We Got It, Jimmy Thackery and The Drivers
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