MP3 Mark Cloutier - Deep Down Blues
While he waits for the world to catch up to his rising star, Cloutier continues ascending upwards, blazing a prolific path towards blues-rock stardom
13 MP3 Songs in this album (42:11) !
Related styles: Blues: Guitar Blues, Blues: Electric Blues, Type: Instrumental
People who are interested in Buddy Guy Jimi Hendrix Stevie Ray Vaughn should consider this download.
As the guitarist in the Syracuse New York based Double Barrel Blues Band, Mark Cloutier also has a number of CD releases out under his own name and he further adds to his rock solid reputation with the release of his first album of 2011 entitled Deep Down Blues. While he waits for the world to catch up to his rising star, Cloutier continues ascending upwards, blazing a prolific path towards blues-rock stardom. What makes Cloutier so unique in the blues-rock guitar world is that a lot of his solo CD releases mainly feature a wide range of bluesy and rock flavored instrumental tracks. A number of today''s rock legends were influenced by blues rock instrumentals that were featured on the early Fleetwood Mac albums—rock classics written by blues guitar pioneers Peter Green and Danny Kirwan. Likewise back in the late ''60s, Clapton’s occasional instrumental cut—say his work on “Toad” was rated as highly influential among guitarists back in the late ‘60s. In this way, Cloutier follows a similar path as Peter Green and Clapton during rock''s early years. He’s unafraid to mix and match blues based guitar sounds and, in addition to the aforementioned guitar heroes—fans of Buddy Guy, Hendrix and Stevie Ray Vaughn would do well to give Cloutier’s instrumental blues rock albums a spin. On Cloutier''s 2010 Deep Down Blues album, well there’s no real surprises, just high quality, emotionally driven, gut-level rock guitar instrumentals. Of note, is the humorous “Tribal Blues” and the next track, “Still Burn A Candle” featuring a blues track over what sounds like a bouzouki! There’s even a live cut here featuring a rare Cloutier vocal, called “Traveling Guitar Man”. Overall, Deep Down Blues is a worthy, bluesy guitar experience that will bring seasoned guitar pros and fans back for more. https://www.tradebit.com