WEB FLAC (Tracks) – 314 MB | Cover | MP3 CBR 320 kbps – 107 MB | 00:45:55
Blues Rock | Label: Dave Hole Music
Somewhat like a fine wine, singer/guitarist Dave Hole keeps getting better with age. Born in 1948 in the UK, Dave and his family moved to Perth when he was four years old and young Dave became interested in music shortly after he first heard Muddy Waters. At the age of 12, Dave got his first guitar and taught himself to play by listening to Hendrix, Eric Clapton and Robert Johnson.
Famous for playing a weird overhand style of slide guitar interspersed with finger-picking, Dave began to build a following playing small local gigs, eventually forming the band Broken Habits in 1965. A few years later, he formed the Dave Hole Blues Band, various versions of which he played with for the next 30 years.
Often acclaimed as one of the best blues guitarists in Australia, Hole has the rare talent of making blues sound fresh and interesting; there is something timeless about Goin’ Back Down. At age 69, Dave decided to play most of the instruments himself, along with self-producing and engineering the album, ensuring it sounded exactly as he wanted it to.
If you’re a fan of blues, or indeed any of the many genres inspired by blues, I suggest giving Dave Hole a listen – odds are that he’s being doing his thing longer than many of us have been alive
01. Stompin’ Ground
02. Too Little, Too Late
03. These Blues Are Here To Stay
04. Measure Of A Man
05. Bobby’s Rock
06. Used To Be
07. Shake Your Money Maker
08. Arrows In The Dark
09. Back Door Man
10. Tears For No Reason
11. Goin’ Back Down
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