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by Beau Hall

It's the soundtrack to mating tyrannosaurs: FUNKSPLOSION: It's the Rolling Stones meets Prince meets Jimi Hendrix with some INXS and Stevie Ray Vaughan mixed with Sly Stone, Maroon 5, Marc Broussard and Dave Matthews Band. Funky funky.
Genre: Blues: Funky Blues
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Whatchagonna Do
4:33 $0.99
2. Hell and Ecstasy
3:30 $0.99
3. She's Too Rich For Me
3:47 $0.99
4. Sometimes I Cry
4:38 $0.99
5. Superhot Lady Cop
5:09 $0.99
6. Can I Get Some Lovin
7:13 $0.99
7. Oh Face
4:17 $0.99
8. I Wanna be The One
4:42 $0.99
9. Antisocial Butterfly
4:26 $0.99
10. Swing Down
4:16 $0.99
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Album Notes
Beau Hall is an Atlanta Blues Legend.

Just ask him yourself.

Beau mixes rock with blues and funk, pulling from influences like Chuck Berry, Prince, Jimi Hendrix, Keith Richards, Stevie Ray Vaughan. If there's a singer/songwriter who played guitar with a groove and sang with soul, Beau has tipped his stratocaster to them.

Rarely does the entertainment industry encounter an artist as honest and egotistical as Beau Hall. Not only is he an amazing singer- songwriter- guitarist- drummer- keyboard- bass- harmonica- violinist, be he's also a fantastically talented designer- copywriter- programmer- geek-and-a-half. In fact you're reading his writing right now! Calm down. It's only words.

The real thrill comes from listening to the music. The music celebrates living, dying, the pursuit of procreation, the agony of bondage and whatever else that happens to catch my attention that day. yesterday I wrote a song about the misery of people who use the elevator to go just one floor. Seriously. You should yank those people back onto the elevator and tell them "oh HELL naw!"

These songs not only guarantee you a makeout session with your next blind date, but they ensure that, by purchasing this grand collection of awesome music, you will have helped Beau Hall get one step closer to feeding his family. I mean come on, they're hungry. And you've got so much money already, who are you to deny my children a well-rounded meal at Hooters? Honestly now...



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Performer Magazine

fresh new release of funky, blues-driven pop
Beau Hall’s fresh new release of funky, blues-driven pop opens with some soulful Hammond organ playing and sharp harmonica riffs. Unh! will appeal to listeners with crafty sense of melodic representation, instrumentally savvy up-beat song craft and passionate vocal phrasing and lyrics. “Whatchagonnado” arrives complete with the genuine blend of soul and spirit, not to mention a charming, original and well-thought out hook. Hall’s vocals and words are pure and full of heart stirring emotional resonance, seemingly always on pitch of each particular key. “I Wanna Be the One” features the hyperkinetic buzz of Hall’s acoustic guitars which played with a great sense of personality and bleeding with a percussive feel. The backing group of musicians consists of experienced artists who add an edge that keeps these acoustic songs from falling flat on the kitchen table, in terms of overall performance. ... Beau Hall and his band are bursting with great promise, and a further project in the future ... will bring them to higher heights in the music scene. The dynamics and slide guitar on [“Hell and Ecstasy”] does help the album’s appeal, as it is set with a more lively and satisfying percussion than its neighbors.
-- Shawn M. Haney

Stan Baggett - Weatherford, TX

Funk, blues, and rock wrapped in a nice little package!
From the opening Hammond B-3 organ on Whatchagonna Do to the nasty funk of Swing Down, this offering from Beau Hall has it all. Great melodies you can sink your teeth into and remember later. Intelligent songwriting. Outstanding production. His band is as tight as a G-Man's hatband. They seem just as comfortable playing a slow, acoustic number like Sometimes I Cry as they do romping through the Hendrix-esque Superhot Lady Cop. I'm very pleased. I just wish he would tour through the Dallas/Fort Worth area. He would be well received. Looking forward to his second effort.

Ike Alexander

This guy, Beau Hall, is , in my opinion, the "King of Fatback" This my first time hearing him, and,as a fatback(funk) drummer myself, I am thoroughly impressed!

Ike Alexander

This guy, Beau Hall, is , in my opinion, the "King of Fatback"! This is my first time hearing him, and,as a fatback(funk) drummer myself, I am thoroughly impressed!

Jim Geiman CEO Geiman Bros Records

Pimp slapin' Blazin Hot Funk that melts your brain
Beau Hall is the center of the Funk-Rock-Blues universe. His tunes range from Pimp slapin' Blazin Hot Funk that can melt your brain to awesome creativity and senitivity. Beau hits so hard you can't hit back, you just got to sit there and take it.
I first recorded Beau back in 1988 during his formative years. You better look out now He's all grown up. If you can't buy this CD find a way to steal it. Its worth the time in Jail

He's funky, but he's not chicken. His blues are red-hot.
Beavering away for twenty years, Beau Hall is little known beyond Atlanta, GA, which is strange as the music the man produces is appealing to both kids hooked on MAROON 5 and geezers marooned on John Lee Hooker. It's boiling and bubbling with inebriating effect that sends a listener in a slow jitterbug once organ and harmonica mesh for "Whatchagonnado". There's a great dose of soul in the ten songs, "Can I Get Some Lovin'" oozes it in spades. Beau's 'guy-next-door' voice and his careful guitar picking anchor it ear to the ground, and the ground's shaking. Grounded in tradition, Hall shakes some good action even when it comes to the beaten theme of "She's Too Rich For Me", its groove holding a lot of restrained emotion that flood out in hushed desperation of "Sometimes I Cry" dedicated to the friend who passed away. But there's no load at all: elsewhere, "I Wanna Be The One" charts acoustic waters whereas "Superhot Lady Cop" injects a fun-fuel into the fire. James Brown wouldn't be ashamed to come up with "Swing Down". That's the debut!