MP3 John Earl Walker - Come Over Here
Smokin'' hot guitars. rockin'', swingin'', funky, and slow blues-grooves, two killer instrumentals, mixed with a great band & John Earl''s classic fiery riffs.
10 MP3 Songs in this album (48:43) !
Related styles: BLUES: Blues-Rock, ROCK: Classic Rock
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John Earl Walker Biography by Al Campbell All Music Guide
Guitarist, lyricist, and vocalist John Earl Walker became enamored with the blues at age 13, after being exposed to records by legendary guitarists of the genre such as Albert King, Magic Sam, T-Bone Walker, and Freddie King. By his 16th birthday, Walker had already begun playing guitar at local events and in clubs whenever possible. In 1967 he formed the blues-rock band the Plastic People, which included bassist Pete Harris and guitarist Joey Tremelo. Three years later the Plastic People changed their name to Plum Nelly, recorded one album for Capitol Records in ''71, and gained national exposure opening shows for B.B. King, Muddy Waters, Alice Cooper, and Iggy Pop, to name just a few. Following the breakup of Plum Nelly in 1976, Walker formed the first of several incarnations of the John Earl Walker Band. Walker then released his debut CD, I''m Leavin'' You, in 2002, followed by Little Miss Perfect and People Are Talkin'' two years later. All three discs are available on the New York-based Walkright Records label. John Earl Walker''s band consists of veteran players who are gaining world-wide acceptance playing festivals, and through extensive internet, and terrestial radio airplay. John toured Australia in 2006, playing with many of the top players down under. John Earl Walker, and Peter Harris were both original members of Capitol Records recording artists Plum Nelly.
Now his greatest album "Come Over Here" is here, dont miss it thats all I can say.
Here''s what some happy customers said about this CD:
Wow.........One of the best CD’s I ve ever heard.....amazing …hot hot hot!!
· Happy customer Yvonne Wilburne NYC
Awesome CD! His best yet. There are no weak songs. Every song grabs you right away. Some great guitar solos too!
· Kenny Thomas, NYC
`I just can’t stop playing this album. I’ve been listening to it all day. It rocks! John Earl Walker should be a millionaire when this is released''.
Ricky Gonzales, NYC
`This album is up there with the best. A great mix of tunes. I love every track. John Earl Walker has to be one of the best guitarists around in this blues/rock style''.
J. Yelland, NYC
`John Earl''s guitar really rocks!
Sam Marcus, NYC
Here''s what some Radio presenters say about `Come Over Here''
`Excellent work...If you like John Earl Walker''s last CD''s you''d better grab this one!''
Power Radio International, Elizabethton, Tennessee.
Love your killer guitar tones man!
San Leandro, Ca.
The new album from the https://www.tradebit.comn Earl Walker" is out! and https://www.tradebit.com me,this is his best album to https://www.tradebit.com no secret of John''s immense talent as a songwriter and vocalist,but for me,he has earned the right to "Wield The Axe" in this his newest album,titled ''Come Over Here''. The album has some fiery licks for some fat shuffles, a couple of gutsy Instrumentals,and a slow blues
just to bring you back down again.
Mix in a great band,and he''s got us covered for one "Great Rock"N"Blues" albums for 2008.
Recommend it? Bloody Oath I Do.
HOT FM, Mildura, Victoria
There''s a lot to like about John Earl Walker''s new album Come Over Here!. To my mind it''s his best yet. Ten original tracks with a good balance of material on the CD, both fast,slow and a couple of instrumentals as well.
A part of an artist being able to distinguish themselves from the crowd is to develop his/her own sound. John Earl Walker has gone a long way to achieve this, on this CDd. A slow blues song about leaving, "Airport Blues", one of my favourites and a style he does so well. ''The World''s a Prison'', a philsophical comparison of rich and poor bounces along with a tinge of jazz and John''s laid back vocal style complementing the groove. ''Poor Boy Blues'' another slow tune about the down and out almost sung in a narrative style, but gets it''s message across without being pretentious . But don''t get me wrong, there are up-tempo blues rock numbers on this CD as well, case in point is the closing instumental track ''Nightwalker''.
All in all, a good balanced and playable CD from this New York based Blues-Rock artist."
5EFM Victor Harbour, South Australia