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Blue Guitar - Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters* - Language Of The Soul (CD, Album)

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  1. Oct 24,  · Language of the Soul is a wonderful change of pace for guitarist Ronnie Earl. The record is the first all-instrumental album Earl has recorded and, if anything, it's even more successful than his full-fledged, band-oriented records.
  2. Apr 08,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Ronnie Earl - Slow Blues Guitar Genius - a sampling YouTube Blues-rock favorites, compilation of 8 more songs- Part 5 - Duration: Rayo P. 12,, views.
  3. Don't know how I bumped into this guy's stuff, probably searching for 'blues artists'. Ronnie's now my all-time favorite blues artist. I started with 3 of his cds, now I have 9 - Blues Guitar Virtuoso, Colour of Love, Grateful Heart, Healing Time, Hope Radio, Feel Like Goin' On, Language of the Soul /5(18).
  4. This is a great blues album if you like minimalist guitar playing with heart and soul feel and of course cool songs. Anyone who loves Jimmy Vaughan's playing style will surely love this little gem. Ronnie is a bonafide Texan guitarist with all the chops you need/5(21).
  5. Although not released until , this CD was recorded live in in Bremen, Germany. Live in Europe is Earl's tribute to his major influences, and Ronnie plays his favorite guitar throughout: a red Strat. The fast, driving "San-Ho-Zay" and "Blues for the West Side" go out to Magic Sam; "The Stumble" to Freddie King; "Thank You Mr. T-Bone" to T-Bone Walker and Duke Robillard (who.
  6. His band The Broadcasters would record some of the best blues music of the mid 80’s and his albums Smokin, They Call Me Mr. Earl, Soul Searching, and Peace of Mind are some of his best work. And his playing with Nulisch, Norcia, and Kim Wilson during this time is some of my favorites and certainly Ronnie Earl’s high-water mark.
  7. Feb 23,  · Ronnie Earl & the Broadcasters B. B. King Blues Club / NYC Dave Limina - Hammond B3, Lorne Entress - Drummer, Jim Mouradian - Bass Filmed in .
  8. The album debuted at #2 on the Billboard Blues chart and was nominated in the Best Traditional Blues album category by The Blues Foundation. The Luckiest Man also was the tenth album engineered by good friend Huck Bennert. On August 30, Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters are set to release their 26th album Beyond The Blue Door on Stony Plain.

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