Destiny Road is a strong collection of soulful grooves and warm, blues-drenched lines by the man who replaced Eric Clapton in John Mayall's seminal Bluesbreakers band. Green takes his time and delivers in eloquent bluetones-both on guitar and with fragile, plaintive vocals-on the gospel flavored, heavily B.B. King-inspired slow blues "You'll Be Sorry Someday," which also features some heartfelt blues harp work by the 52-year-old guitarist. Alongside fellow ax slinger Nigel Watson, he heats up a vibrant two-guitar attack on the opening shuffle "Big Change Is Gonna Come" and on the menacing "Heart of Stone."
Destiny Road is a strong collection of soulful grooves and warm, blues-drenched lines by the man who replaced Eric Clapton in John Mayall's seminal Bluesbreakers band. Green takes his time and delivers in eloquent bluetones-both on guitar and with fragile, plaintive vocals-on the gospel flavored, heavily B.B. King-inspired slow blues "You'll Be Sorry Someday," which also features some heartfelt blues harp work by the 52-year-old guitarist. Alongside fellow ax slinger Nigel Watson, he heats up a vibrant two-guitar attack on the opening shuffle "Big Change Is Gonna Come" and on the menacing "Heart of Stone."
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Format: CD
Label: MADF
Rel. Date: 07/12/2019
UPC: 636551707428

Destiny Road
Artist: Peter Green
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Big Change Is Gonna Come
2. Say That You Want to
3. Heart of Stone
4. You'll Be Sorry Someday
5. Tribal Dance
6. Burglar
7. Turn Your Love Away
8. Madison Blues
9. I Can't Help Myself 1
10. Indians 1
11. Hiding in Shadows 1
12. There's a River

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Destiny Road is a strong collection of soulful grooves and warm, blues-drenched lines by the man who replaced Eric Clapton in John Mayall's seminal Bluesbreakers band. Green takes his time and delivers in eloquent bluetones-both on guitar and with fragile, plaintive vocals-on the gospel flavored, heavily B.B. King-inspired slow blues "You'll Be Sorry Someday," which also features some heartfelt blues harp work by the 52-year-old guitarist. Alongside fellow ax slinger Nigel Watson, he heats up a vibrant two-guitar attack on the opening shuffle "Big Change Is Gonna Come" and on the menacing "Heart of Stone."