Joe Lewis Band | Grace, Faith, & Blues

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Grace, Faith, & Blues

by Joe Lewis Band

, swampy rockin' Gospel Blues.
Genre: Blues: Blues Gospel
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Holy Roller
2:35 $1.20
2. More of You
2:30 $1.20
3. Pray'n
3:03 $1.20
4. Heavy Load Blues
2:44 $1.20
5. Shame
3:37 $1.20
6. Back Again
2:44 $1.20
7. Abba Elohim
3:23 $1.20
8. Love It or Leave It
3:05 $1.20
9. Southern Man
3:21 $1.20
10. Stuck On Stupid
2:44 $1.20
11. Your Day Is Gonna Come
4:07 $1.20
12. Have Thine Own Way
2:57 $1.20
13. In a Rude Mood
3:36 $1.20
14. 1st Day in Heaven
3:22 $1.20
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Album Notes
This is the third release of the Joe Lewis Band. A strong collection of original swampy rockin' gospel blues sure to get them hands clappin' and feet tappin'!



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Joe Lewis - Grace, Faith & Blues
Grace, Faith & Blues is a solid CD with a good mix of original songs inspired by real life, some are serious and some will make you smile, all sound great.

Chris Puyear
Kopn radio - The Blues on Broadway Show

Kris Webber

Directly Connected
Joe Lewis, like so many great instrumentalists, draws his inspiration from a spiritual source. Joe is a Christian. Herbie Hancock is a Buddhist. Ravi Shankar was a Hindu. Joe is a badass blues guitarist/singer/songwriter, who professes the blues through his spiritual perspective
This collection is eclectic, powerful, and fun. If you like ANY modern electric bluesrock guitar, you owe it to yourself to check this out.
SRV wouldn't have been the same without DT, and JL has drummer Mike Rose and bassist Bill Roe to provide the perfect counterpoints for his music. Well done, gentlemen.

Kris Webber, President, MO Blues Association.

Bruce Edwards

Third time is the charm!
Joe Lewis is the main songwriter and singer and guitar player for the Joe Lewis Band. This is their third cd, and this is the strongest set of songs, the most confident singing, and the best guitar work that he has produced so far. As on their previous cds, the music is blues and the lyrics are gospel. There is a great variety of blues styles, from the rockabilly blues of "Holy Roller" to the funky "More Of You" to the driving fingerpicked "Heavy Load Blues" to the sounds-like-Elvis "Back Again" and the Jimi Hendrix-ish "Abba Elohim" and the Robin Trower-ish "Your Day Is Gonna Come." Mike Rose (drums and background vocals) and Bill Roe (bass) are a solid rhythm section--they compliment Joe Lewis' guitar and fill out the sound beautifully. In several places here, like "Pray'n," "Shame," "Have Thine Own Way" and "In A Rude Mood," Joe Lewis sounds like the great Sean Costello, both on guitar and singing, which is a very good thing to this reviewer. The song "Southern Man" is not the Neil Young song but a Joe Lewis original.