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The Bad Daddys

by The Bad Daddys

The Bad Daddys’ self titled electric blues album pays tribute and pushes the boundaries of the blues-rock genre as they lay their stake in this soulful endeavor and create a style all their own.
Genre: Blues: Electric Blues
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Cut You Loose
4:01 $0.99
2. Ain't Got the Time
4:13 $0.99
3. Puttin' Me Down
6:13 $0.99
4. Change of Heart
7:43 $0.99
5. Undone
5:36 $0.99
6. Workin' Man Blues
4:44 $0.99
7. All Night Long
5:51 $0.99
8. Slow Blues
7:50 $0.99
9. Fistful of Pennies
4:04 $0.99
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Album Notes
Paul Waring and Al Strong deliver an album of rich and velvety guitar textures and distinctive vocals. Together with the solid rhythm section of bassist Jimmy Klemenz and drummer Scott Mills, The Bad Daddys bring home the bacon with unwavering sonic hardpan and melody to spare.

Engineer and co-producer John Dyer aided the band in creating a good time sounding collection of songs that is unpretentious, and laced with elements of blazing guitar work and lyrical dynamite.

The single “Ain’t Got the Time” is a soon-to-be rockin’ blues classic. It speaks directly to anyone who has had too much to drink, too many disappointments and not enough cash. “Puttin’ Me Down” with its' soulful riff and dark lyrics explores the moodier side of the band as they comment on life and relationships.

Bad boys inevitably become Bad Daddys. As teens, these guys devoured the blues recordings of Buddy Guy, Howlin’ Wolf, Freddie King and Stevie Ray Vaughn. This new recording offers a solid and creative sound inspired by their experiences and working class demeanor. With an unyielding rhythm section and a pair of vintage tube amps, The Bad Daddys create a gritty sound that sizzles and burns!

Recorded at Unitentional Music, Blue Hill, Maine
Engineer – John Dyer
Produced by John Dyer, Paul Waring and Al Strong
Mastered by John Stuart, Hounddog Recording



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Barbara Knapp

A totally awesome CD from start to finish!I also wanted to thank CD Baby for the great service with a personal touch. Barb Knapp.

Steve Peer

The Bad Daddy's
The only thing that might have made this a better record is if it were recorded live at one of the wild Bad Daddy's shows. For those who have yet to experience the band live the debut self-titled album is a fantastic intro to a fantastic band. The Daddy's may live the blues, but the album is pure soul, and rock solid.

I first gave this record a serious listen in a dark room with the TV sound turned off watching a world at war and empires of greed go belly up. I got great satisfaction listening to the opening track "Cut You Loose" and the single, "Ain't Got The Time" as I witnessed a planet going made from the comfort of my living room. By time I got to the tracks "Putting Me Down" and "Undone" I was convinced of the power of The Daddy's. Their musical fortitude and honesty rose above all the depravity being cabled into my home, and I was reveling in the fact that The Bad Daddy's were winning the media war I was playing in my head. At the risk of sounding corny, The Daddy's are a positive, powerful and righteous band. Surviving their version of the blues in northen New England where domestic violence, poverty and chronic depression are common place, The Daddy's have created an album that offers both hope and distraction for anyone who needs a break from the day in and day out crap or just wants to pop a cold one and go for a kick-ass musical ride with the boys.

In the blues-rock tradition the album is straightforward. The songs are frank, not thoughtful. The solo's are determined, not fluffy and the vocals are harsh, not emotional. This is a strong record, a rough record, a dirty record. Welcome to the world of The Bad Daddy's!

Jacco Bosman

The Bad Daddys
A awsome good cd, from the first till the last song,
great vocals end splendid music!!,
and i agree whit Steve Peer ,welcome to the world!!