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Nigel Mack - Devil\'s Secrets

Nigel Mack - Devil\'s Secrets

Blues , Love, Latino
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Album Info

Bitrate: 320K/s
Time: 45:48
Size: 104.9 MB
Label: Blues Attack
Styles: Modern electric blues
Year: 2011
Art: Front

[3:53] 1. King for a Day
[3:59] 2. Devil's Secrets
[3:21] 3. Here's to You
[3:43] 4. Come Back Baby
[4:10] 5. Dead Presidents (Don't Tell No Tales)
[4:34] 6. Make You Love Me
[3:04] 7. Chicago Bound
[4:01] 8. Do It for a Change
[3:34] 9. Meet Her Funk
[2:52] 10. Mid Life Crisis
[4:56] 11. Strut Your Stuff
[3:38] 12. Let's Make a Date

'Devil's Secrets' is the highly anticipated all-original release from Nigel Mack, 'Canada's Blues Ambassador to Chicago'. It is the third album by the blues multi-instrumentalist and singer, following his two critically acclaimed CDs 'Road Rage' and 'High Price To Play'. 'Devil's Secrets' features many different blues styles, from horn laden R&B and juke-joint harmonica instrumentals, to New Orleans funk and Chicago style blues. It chronicles Nigel move from Vancouver Canada to Chicago, IL in 2003. An all-star cast of top musicians from both countries (including special guest CJ Chennier) reflects his years of touring as a bandleader and his dedication as a record producer.

'Devil's Secrets' was tracked at Joyride Studios in Chicago, IL (with Grammy award-winning engineer Blaise Barton), Blue Wave studios in Vancouver, BC and was mixed by award-winning engineer Perry Barrett in Nashville TN. It is the third album produced by Nigel Mack, with a sharp eye toward high production values, while still embracing the honesty of the blues.

Devil's Secrets

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The album code is : ODI191935

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