Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Timezone Records
Genre: Electric Blues
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 74:01
Total Size: 174 MB
1. Intro Howlin Wolf (0:22)
2. The Letter (4:58)
3. Who Is Muddy Waters (3:32)
4. Ain’t Just Like A Woman (3:48)
5. Last Man Standing (5:36)
6. Patience Is An Option (5:40)
7. Gproject Theme (4:33)
8. Bottle Of Beer (4:53)
9. Nobody Else (4:31)
10. I Love The Life I Live (4:09)
11. Soundarea22 (5:40)
12. 200 Words (3:12)
13. Thats Why Its Called The Blues (3:53)
14. Out Of Hell (4:31)
15. True Lies (3:29)
16. Nobody Else Reprise (5:11)
17. Patience Is An Option (Radiomix) (3:57)
18. The Letter (Homeversion Outro) (1:58)
Blues is alive and kicking! As proof just mingle with the audience of a G-Project Blues Band show. When the Munich blues musicians are in town you might see parents harmoniously going to the concert with their young ones.
G-Project Blues Band, with founder TomBo, combines with its varied and groovy Blues, simply supply a timeless onstage sound.
After a few years with different musicians, the current formation has come together.
The band is based on the core: TomBo-drums & Percussions; James Ransom-bass & Vocals; Michael Staudenmeyer-Vocal/Piano, Leonidas Kyriakakos/Guitar & Vocals and Guests.
Self composed songs varying from Delta Blues to Texas Blues and powerful guitar riffs gaurantee a relaxed and diversified Live-On-Stage blues evening! Interpreting music from musicians like Robert Johnson, Stevie Ray Vaughan, BB King, John Lee Hooker, Jimmy Hendrix, Joe Bonamassa, Ray Charles, Eric Clapton and many more the way the musicians feel it, straight from the heart, without trying to change everything and make it better.
This band got together in many recording and jam sessions so we actually can speak of a band not just of single soloists. These guys have also backed solo artists (Albert C. Humphrey, Hotte Miller, Al Jones Blues Band und Sidney Ellis Blues Band, Tom was pöaying on the Bluesfestival in Chicago etc.); always ready for an adventure!! Gladly they play for solo artists in the studio or on stage. That’s how the band proves that blues is not "only music" but a feeling and it shows how endless and bumpy the way is that they have been traveling for so many years now.
cool drummings–cool runnings.