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by Bryn Haworth

Throughout this Gospel Blues masterpiece, Bryn's consummate skills on guitar and vocals match his band of top-rate session players. Haworth's knows his strengths - riffs, blues intricate instrumentals and adroit slide work. He plays to them.
Genre: Blues: Blues Gospel
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1. One Way Ticket
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2. Strange Things Happening Every Day
3:33 $0.99
3. Sunflowers
3:19 $0.99
4. Let's Go Out Tonight
4:25 $0.99
5. Hard Times
4:09 $0.99
6. Nobody's Fault but Mine
3:39 $0.99
7. Up On the Downs
3:24 $0.99
8. Inside Out
3:46 $0.99
9. God Is My Strength
4:37 $0.99
10. Trust in Me
3:56 $0.99
11. Best Worst Thing
3:29 $0.99
12. One in Royal David's City
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Album Notes
Five years is a long wait for a Bryn Haworth album. ….but in this case, the longer you wait, the better the product at the end. There is plenty to excite the music-lover before even pressing the play button. . ......The acoustic blues roots workout “Nobody’s Fault but Mine” is always going to appeal to the same bunch, so strengthening this album’s appeal.  Whatever Haworth does has a sensitive touch, whether his soft-edged vocals or the delicate touches of mandolin and slide. Ever since his early live staple “Anywhere You Want to Be”, his instrumental tracks have been ones to watch out for. There are two here: “Up on the Downs”, a gentle acoustic shuffle with slide-led lead lines and an instantly ‘gettable’ melody; and a complete re-working of “Once in Royal David’s City.” It comes from such an ambient place that it takes a good 90 seconds to start to recognise the melody. ….. Combining the bluesiness of Glenn Kaiser, the strings finesse of Phil Keaggy and the accessible faith of both, this re-invents blues to his own style. If you play this for long, it might get you running out to get a bottleneck for your air guitar. (review 2010 Bert Seraco for Phantom Tollbooth)



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