Bryan Lee – Live & Dangerous (2005)

Artist: Bryan Lee
Title: Live & Dangerous
Year Of Release: 2005
Label: Justin Time Records
Genre: Blues, Modern Electric Blues
Quality: Flac (image, log, .cue)
Total Time: 75:18
Total Size: 582 Mb (covers)

01. The Bounce
02. The Walk
03. Don’t Take My Blindness For Weakness
04. Second Line Home
05. Rocket 88
06. Blues On My Mind
07. Hug Me ‘Til it Hurts
08. Gave You What You Wanted
09. No Need To Worry
10. Six String Therapy
11. Memphis Bound
Bryan Lee – guitar, vocals
Brent Johnson – guitar
Bruce Katz – Hammond B-3, keyboards
Johnatan "Cujo" Limjuco – bass
Craig Panosh – drums

New Orleans bluesman Bryan Lee has packed almost every venue he’s played in. While many artists never break out of their hometowns, Bryan is a great example of one who has, and his reputation stretches from his native USA up to Canada and over to France, Germany, Italy, Switzerland and other countries. Therefore it’s fitting that Bryan Lee’s tenth Justin Time recording is a live one, recorded in one of the cities that has embraced him as one of its own – Montreal. This riveting performance is also Justin Time’s first DVD production
Recorded at Montreal’s legendary Spectrum on October 17, 2003, Bryan Lee and his band delivered a concert filled with the emotional intensity and pure passion, reminding us that Lee’s talent is best captured in a live setting. He’s an energetic, direct and often spellbinding performer, unafraid to show the often deep emotion that is part of his life and of his life’s work. The set surveys a best of Bryan Lee from ‘The Bounce’ to ‘Memphis Bound’ (both his own tunes) and 12 classic Lee rides in between: a slow minor blues in ‘Blues On My Mind,’ shuffles like ‘Rocket 88’.

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