Live from Nowhere In Particular

Label
J&R Adventures
Release date
9 Jun 2009
Running length
14 tracks
Running time
96:27

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Tracklist

    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Bridge to Better Days (Live) 5:29 558
2 Walk In My Shadows (Live) 5:26 1,916
3 So Many Roads (Live) 6:26 1,374
4 India / Mountain Time (Live) 10:21 242
5 Another Kinda Love (Live) 3:52 590
6 Sloe Gin (Live) 8:25 1,656
7 One of These Days (Live) 5:45 573
8 Ball Peen Hammer (Live) 4:24 584
9 If Heartaches Were Nickels (Live) 4:08 1,574
10 Woke Up Dreaming (Live) 4:10 1,318
11 Django / Just Got Paid (Live) 17:55 203
12 High Water Everywhere (Live) 4:49 821
13 Asking Around for You (Live) 7:25 542
14 A New Day Yesterday / Starship Trooper / Wurm (Live) 7:52 202

About this album

With Carmine Rojas on bass, Rick Melick on keyboards, and Bogie Bowles on drums, Joe Bonamassa excels in Live From Nowhere In Particular, proving he’s one of the most exciting guitarists and performers on the scene today. This is an excellent live album.

There is fire and fervor in the music and in the persona of guitarist Joe Bonamassa and although his studio albums have been nothing less than exceptional, there’s no better way than the live performance atmosphere to demonstrate just how mesmerizing this amazing guitarist/vocalist can actually be. He’s truly a fiery vocalist as well, a trait that has a lot to do with his popularity, and he belts out the lyrics with resolute passion and vigor. He is a well-rounded musician in every way.

Anyone familiar with Joe Bonamassa knows the degree of respect and admiration he has for the music of yesteryear, primarily blues and rock. His renditions of the classics, such as Tull’s “A New Day Yesterday”, Yes’ “Starship Trooper”, and Alvin Lee’s “One Of These Days”, adds smiles of approval to the faces of attentive audiences the world over. It’s a crucial key to his amazing talent: fans feel that they are listening to one of their peers, someone who feels the same passion for the music. He’s similar to the best friend you had growing up, the guy next door you’d drink beers with on Sunday afternoons while listening to vinyl records. Perhaps without even realizing the music’s classic relevance at that time, you related to it in a personal and private way.

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  • skiesrblue

    Just got this - its my first Joe Bonamassa album.......WOW>.... outstanding album and playing....

    30 Jan 2011 Reply
  • tallpaul1

    Hammersmith 28th May 2010.... =))

    19 Apr 2010 Reply
  • dancingdotty

    come on Joe....another London date to your '09 tour Pllleeeeaaaaase???????

    20 Jan 2009 Reply
  • Gerb33

    Planet Rock digital radio play this guy often. Hadn't heard of him before. Mountain Time (off this album) and Sloe Gin are two of the best I've listened to so far.

    18 Jan 2009 Reply
  • picatrack

    I'm hooked on this guy thanks to lastfm radio - already booked to see him in UK.

    20 Dec 2008 Reply
  • tallpaul1

    Yes, i agree, just superb!! This guy is special, have to see him live one day soon!!

    7 Sep 2008 Reply
  • Pyratexo

    Really, a good recommendation. Thanks William!

    6 Sep 2008 Reply
  • BluesRok

    Will, thanks for the recommendation...I didn't know that Joe Bonamassa had a new CD out!

    2 Sep 2008 Reply
  • WilliamNl

    SUPERB!!! A Must have CD of Joe!!

    2 Sep 2008 Reply

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