Stacy Mitchhart & Blues-U-Can-Use - Blues Transfusion MP3/Flac

Bitrate: 320K/s
Time: 65:34
Size: 150.1 MB
Label: Dr. Sam Records
Styles: Blues-R&B
Year: 1993/2008
Art: Front

[3:39] 1. It's The Groove In The Blues
[4:59] 2. Give Up What You Got
[5:51] 3. It's A Three Dog Night
[5:34] 4. I've Just Got To Let You Go
[4:42] 5. You Ain't Gonna Be Poor (To Have The Blues)
[4:52] 6. I'm Your Blues Doctor
[4:05] 7. Conversation With The Doctor
[5:03] 8. The Park Avenue Stomp
[3:20] 9. I Got Pain
[5:50] 10. I'll Be There For You
[4:08] 11. Final Welcome
[5:49] 12. Girl I've Got To Leave You
[3:48] 13. They All Want Something
[3:49] 14. Steatofygous (Big Butt) Woman

Stacy Mitchhart was born February 16, 1959 in a suburb of Cincinnati, Ohio. He got his first guitar and took lessons around the age of nine then at the age of nine he taught his father how to play. He grew up listening to his parents albums like Wes Montgomery, Al Hirt, Boots Randolph, Ink Spots and The Mills Brothers. "Growing up in Cincinnati my best friends father was my biggest musical influence. Frank Hedges was an unorthodox storefront preacher who played gospel as the blues. He put me in his band." Some of Mitchhart's other musical influences were Bobby Blues Bland, B.B. King, Albert King, Albert Collins, Carlos Santana, and Sly and The Family Stones. Mitchhart took these influences and stated a lifelong career. In 1991 after a few years on the East Coast, time in L.A. and touring top venues and Festivals, Mitchhart returned home to his hometown. He put together a blues show called Stacy Mitchhart & Blues-You-Can-Use. The band attracted both rock and soul fans. In 1993 he released his first album Blues Transfusion. In 1996he moved to Nashville,TN. and took up residency as the house band for the hugely popular Bourbon Street Blues and Boogie Bar. Mitchhart has been recognized by receiving numerous awards including the "Albert King's Most Promising Guitarist Award" at the Blues Foundations International Challenge in Memphis,TN. ~Sister Mary

Blues Transfusion

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