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Comin' Atcha...Live!

Johnny Neel & The Last Word

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One of the great bands and great performances of all time. Most people know Johnny as the guy that used to play with the Allman Brothers, and he's done plenty of great work in a variety of other genres, but this recording from this era is definitely one of the peaks in his career. He assembled a band that finally could keep up with him musically: Jack Pearson on guitar, Tim Lofton on bass, Dale Armstrong on drums and Vickie Carrico, Etta Britt, Nannette Britt and Kelli Bruce on vocals. Many of the great session musicians in Nashville would gather at his gigs after hours to marvel at his magic. Guys who are heavy hitters themselves and are rarely seen in public filled the seats at his gigs and marvelled at his keyboard work. One night he'd find a trombone sound on his synth and take trombone solos all night. The next time it was slide guitar sounds. And he would play each one in the style of someone who actually was a slide guitarist or trombonist - sliding the notes where appropriate, pausing to let the trombonist breath. I heard Johnny do a live radio show and he began the intro to Society Hill as the announcer introduced the show. The announcer kept rambling so Johnny just went through the intro again - but in a completely different way. This went on and on - he wound up playing five full intros, each different from the next - some in major keys, some in minor, some in....who knows what? He could ad lib with chords the way others do with single notes. I was in awe. It was just another day at the office for him. I hope one day the general public will find him and recognize him as one of the greats that belongs beside Ray Charles, and Stevie Wonder and Count Basie.

Johnny Neel & The Last Word

This blues band has terrific rhythm with an upbeat, earthy feel. If your musical tastes demand blues that make you want to dance, this group certainly meets that criteria.

Live is where it's at!!

Folks, if you love the blues, and you love rock, and you love rockin' blues, this album is a must. I was at the actual CD release party way back when in Nashville. That night he not only had Vicki Carico singing back up but also the great Dana McVicker of Travis Tritt fame. He rocked the house. Jack Pearson on guitar and Johnny steaming it up. Do you love the Allman Bros.? Do you love Ray Charles? Do you love Joe Cocker? Then do yourself a favor, spend the money. You'll love it. I promise.

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