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Soul Blue

by Big Al

A unique blend of Blues and Soul. At the intersection of Beale Street and Motown Avenue that is where you wil find Big Al with his sensational vocals, rhythmic guitar and vibrant stage presence.
Genre: Blues: Rockin' Blues
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Movin On
3:55 $0.99
2. Walkin Blues
4:37 $0.99
3. Bring It On Home
3:18 $0.99
4. Beale Street Boogie
3:27 $0.99
5. Kansas City
3:09 $0.99
6. Vacant Chair
4:24 $0.99
7. Stand By Me
4:02 $0.99
8. Sportin Life
3:02 $0.99
9. Mother In Law Blues
3:29 $0.99
10. Highway 49
2:51 $0.99
11. River City Blues
3:36 $0.99
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Album Notes
Big Al Carter got his first guitar when he was 8 years old then got an electric guitar at 16 years old. He has played for bands since high school mainly vocals and rhythm guitar. He left the Silicon Valley and settled in Portland Oregon and found the local blues scene loaded with exceptional talent. Intent on producing a blues focused CD and hiring the best talent like Paul deLay and Robbie Laws for the studio recordings and live shows here is the new CD “Soul Blue”.
The reviews are coming in…

“Sensational vocals, rhythmic guitar and vibrant stage presence”
Greg Johnson, President Cascade Blues Association, Portland, Oregon

“Very, Very good. I particularly like the vocal sounds he's got”
Brad Lee Brenner, KMHD FM Live From The Juke Joint, Gresham, Oregon

"When listening to a CD it does not happen too often that I stop and really listen. Even though a lot of CD's are produced lately. I stopped and listened. I will try and describe the reason, but probably are not giving all the accolades it deserves. In other words everybody should at least listen to it or buy it. Even if it was for the original vocals! I would advise everyone to listen to the CD, it is by far the better CD of 2007."
Blueswalker, Rootstime, Belgium

"Big Al is a sharp-dressed man. He’s large and in-charge and onstage he is clearly the consummate director. The man has a 50,000 watt smile, a manic Cheshire cat grin that dominates his face whenever he’s on stage. One mind-bogglingly consummate entertainer"
Ardis Hedrick, Writer, Positively Entertainment, Vancouver, Washington

“The vocals are amazing and unique.”
Przemek Draheim, DJ for 2 radio shows in Poland, Radio Sfera www.sfera.umk.pl and Radio Brawo 92.8 FM in Ciechocinek (Poland). It's called “Z Bluesem na Ty” (“Blues 4 U”). Contributor to the “Living Blues” magazine's radio charts. Poland.

"Even if he couldn’t sing, the man would still be entertaining. He has a knack of being able to hold the crowd in the palm of his hand with a velvet touch that grips them in a very intense way."
Bonnie Carter, Editor, Positively Entertainment, Vancouver, Washington

“Your CD is GREAT!”
Ray Pieters, DJ, Golden Flash Radio www.goldenflash.be, Belgium

“It’s illegal in most states to have that much fun. He lights up the stage. His high energy show gets folks to
the dance floor and Big Al is all over the stage and in the crowd”
Stephanie Diaz, Writer, Cascade Blues Association, Portland, Oregon.



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maddawg montana

solid connection to the blues
lyris and melody are totally tuned to the old southern style blues, true to the heart. this cd is a must to any blues fanatics' collection, you can do no wrong!

Terry Miencier

Big Al is soul!
I did not know what to expect before listening to Big Al's music. "Empty Chair" stopped me in my tracks with his powerful tribute to a friend. Looking forward to his next release.