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by Ed Deane

Ireland's greatest left-handed blues guitarist and his band in blistering form. Recorded live in studio. Ed Deane: guitars/vocals; James Delaney: keyboards; Tommy Moore: bass; Fran Byrne: drums; Eamon Murray: saxophone/harmonica
Genre: Blues: Blues-Rock
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1. You Don't Own Me
Ed Deane Band
4:35 $0.99
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2. Just A Little Bit
Ed Deane Band
3:55 $0.99
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3. Since I Fell For You
Ed Deane Band
5:14 $0.99
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4. Viberooney
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2:56 $0.99
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5. Blues Ain't Nothin'
Ed Deane Band
4:07 $0.99
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6. Well Runs Dry
Ed Deane Band
4:46 $0.99
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7. Lap Steel Jam
Ed Deane Band
9:13 $0.99
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Album Notes
After a 30 year career and a discography that spanned over 50 records, Ed Deane released his first solo CD 'Slideshow' to critical acclaim back in 2006. Since then he's been busy performing and recording in his native Dublin with old pals and fellow blues maestros such as James Delaney (keyboards/Sharon Shannon Band/Van Morrison), Fran Byrne (drums/Saw Doctors/Ace) and Eamon Murray (sax/Fattenin' Frogs for Snakes). This new mini-album is both a tasty sampler of the range and style of Ed's electric blues guitar playing and a long-overdue introduction to his silky, Mose Allison-style vocals.

Ed Deane is rated one of the finest blues guitarists ever to emerge from Ireland. He began playing with his own band in Dublin at the age of 16 and has worked with such blues and R'n'B legends as Lowell Fulson, Arthur 'Big Boy' Crudup, Mississipi Fred McDowell, Johnny Shines, Shuggie Otis, Richard Berry and Juke Boy Bonner. 'The King of British Blues' according to the English blues press, Ed has played guitar and slide with sensibility and eloquence in everything from blues and straight folk to many forms of rock for the past 30 years. Since the 1970's he’s been one of the most highly regarded guitarists in the UK. Ed has toured and played with musicians like Graham Parker, Nick Lowe, Geraint Watkins, Charlie Hart, Frankie Miller, Mickey Jupp, Dana Gillespie, Chris Jagger, Paul Jones and Bap Kennedy. He played guitar on soundtracks for 'Stormy Monday' (alongside BB King) and 'Leaving Las Vegas', both movies directed by Mike Figgis.

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