Meat & Potatoes

Label
Nugene
Running length
13 tracks
Running time
68:19

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Tracklist

    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Sugar Rush 5:16 760
2 Revelator (John The Apostle) 6:04 581
3 Butter-Side Up 5:53 452
4 Drowned My Sorows (But They Sure Learned How To Swim) 5:07 122
5 Brandy Balloon 5:25 492
6 Work 7:16 478
7 She Got The Devil In Her / I Gotta Try You Baby 8:34 330
8 Interlude#1: Cookin' With Sam 1:00 94
9 Falling On Down Again 6:22 488
10 Bloodshot 5:29 531
11 Interlude#2: Mud Pie 1:42 73
12 Magdalena 5:49 475
13 Meat & Potatoes 4:22 482

About this album

All tracks composed by Ian Siegal, except: “Work”, composed by Harrison/Siegal, and “She Got The Devil In Her/I Gotta Try You Baby” by Davis/Kimborough (additional lyrics and arranged by Siegal)

Personnel:
Ian Siegal: vocals, acoustic/electric and National Steel Guitar
Andy Graham: Electric and upright bass
Nikolaj Bjerre: Drums and percussion
Jonny Henderson: Hammond C3 organ, Wurlitzer
Matt Schofield: Electric guitar
Giles King: Harmonica

Ian Siegal is regarded as one of the finest Blues voices on this side of the Atlantic. It has often been said that had Ian been around in the Sixties his name today would very probably rank alongside those of Joe Cocker, Van Morrison and Eric Clapton. This CD and Ian’s first on an internationally distributed label, sees Ian returning to his roots – the raw, passionate, urban Blues that fired his early passion for the Blues. It also shows him to be a commanding songwriter in a Muddy Waters-meets-Tom Waits vein. Equally at home sitting on a stool with an old resonator guitar, or fronting his band with Stratocaster in hand, his voice and guitar playing are emotional and powerful. Rarely does anyone go away from an Ian Siegal concert unmoved by his emotional connection with, and depth of understanding of the Blues. This album captures that power and depth. © 2005 Nugene Records. All rights reserved

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