Dan Patlansky delivers a seriously fierce, fiery representation of his take on old-school blues and early rock. It’s a 10-track musical accomplishment that is sure to leave any blues fan wanting more of his work. The album is a strong testament to Patlansky’s talent, and a welcome addition to any blues enthusiast’s library. With Patlansky himself a producer of the album, his creative control was certainly able to flourish and produce something genuinely his.
Gan Ya Dan, chinese female singer, good at folk singing and popular singing. Gan Yadan has a rare good voice, and the audience praised her feeling for music, choice of music, grasp of rhythm and rhythm - impeccable.Gan Yadan's magnetic female voice sings old songs one after another, with her trendy interpretation, the whole album, Each song appears traditional and ancient, yet modern.
Feel the endless music space that Gan Yadan brings to you! Her voice is sweet and refined, the sound of heaven!
The entire original KSAN, KMET, WBCN and KLLT FM Radio Broadcasts. Covering live performances from California & Tennessee (1974) and Missouri (1993).
It's not surprising that Steely Dan co-founder Walter Becker's debut solo album sounds like a Steely Dan record. What is a little surprising, though, is that, in his lead singing debut, he sounds so much like his erstwhile partner, Donald Fagen. Not that you'd mistake the two (Fagen projects more and is slightly grittier), but they sing in the same register with the same sly phrasing and the same accent. Other differences from the Dan are equally subtle: Becker adopts a sparer musical approach, for one thing, the missing element being the prominence of Fagen's keyboards (although Fagen does play on the record and co-produced it). Nothing gets in the way of Becker's voice, and he proves to be a less ornate lyricist than Fagen, restricting himself largely to tales of romantic dislocation. On the whole, this album sounds like what you'd expect – one half of Steely Dan.
"Thieves & Yesterdays" is a collection of songs that put a contemporary spin on soulful roots music. The bands first full length studio album and Dan's 3rd in the past 5 years. The Delta Struts are driven by the dynamic guitar playing duo of Dan Bubien and Shawn Mazzei, along with Bubien’s soulful gritty vocals. Their signature sound is highlighted by the precision playing and deep toned-full sound of drummer Mark Pollera and glued together by Christian Caputo’s steady, groove oriented bass playing. Rooted in soul versed in styles from blues to funk, roots-rock to reggae, alt-country to singer/songwriter, Dan and the "Delta Struts" are constantly refining and redefining their craft with a wide palette of tones and textures, sounds and styles, to express their songwriting through an open, honest and wide catalogue of real songs. The album was recorded and mixed over a year long process in Youngstown, OH at Amperon Recorder by Pete Drivere and mastered at Cauliflower Audio by Adam Boose.