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Matt McCourt's Psychedelic Metal Blues Experience | The Sun Always Shines for Me

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The Sun Always Shines for Me

by Matt McCourt's Psychedelic Metal Blues Experience

Keeping the Blues Alive this is an honest set with inspired lyrics many written as they recorded Matt plays Guitar, bass Keys and sings with conviction and the power that earned him a reputation with Wild Dogs
Genre: Blues: Funky Blues
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Summer Cruise
2:27 $0.99
2. I'm Comin After You
3:15 $0.99
3. The Sun Always Shines for Me
3:12 $0.99
4. Don't Forget About Me
3:34 $0.99
5. Cry a Little Harder
3:05 $0.99
6. Rainy City Blues
3:19 $0.99
7. I Have Everything but You
7:00 $0.99
8. I'll Never Be Rich and Famous
2:54 $0.99
9. Drivin' Blind
2:54 $0.99
10. Busker's Blues
3:15 $0.99
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I've always loved Blues music it is what i learned first the sound t spoke to me.. and the guitar licks of Albert BB and Freddie King led me to Johnny Winter Jimi and Page,Beck and Clapton and Duane and Greg Allman sent shivers up my spine like ice cold Adrenalin
Playing bass to blues was easy and very rewarding i started doing that around age 15 i met a couple of older rocker lookin guys on the bus home they gave me their number and i called em and their friend picked me up with my fender bassman and off to the farmland outside of Portland Oregon. to jam all night,
i borrowed a bass instead of bringing my guitar i could play all night because everyone played guitar and i wouldn't have to sit out.
there were some smokin players who made a name around here i learned alot from those weekenders in the farmhouse and it just went from there i got turned on to canned heat at age 11 so i knew alot of the songs they played and jimi the same year 1971 i faked it
anything i pick up it immediately goes to the blues and like bubba gump shrimp ive had it boiled peeled fried every which way thru England thru the south even Rory Gallagher from Ireland well it is all rolled up in me somehow and last year when i took up the piano and organ i dove into Meade Lux Lewis and Pete Johnson and Jerry lee Lewis when i recorded the title track i had been playing piano for little over a year as for Jimi i always dug his blues music better than the acid rock and i like jazz so... i just made songs that were in me and mixed it up and voila and most of the tunes i wrote the lyrics on the spot wand we just kept em because they were by divine inspiration and i figured i ought not mess with that i might get hit by lightning. I don't punch in when recording what you are hearing is every take is a full run through no punches i d it old school even though the medium is digital i make it as organic as possible it may take a little longer but... this isnt a cut and paste record i hope ya like it some of these tunes I recorded a few years ago thanx to my good friend and loyal bandmate Dave Hathaway for playin drums on most of the cuts i'm doin it on comin after you and a couple others.
as an only child with a basement and a cool mom ( who worked alot) my basement was THE spot and other kids not so manic or ambitious as me would leave theiur drums and gear at my house and never call or show up so figured i'll master all of em so i dont have to depend on others to make music ( that was at age 14- 19 ) since it rains so much of the year in Portland you could always find me downstairs banging picking or plucking away at something ( things haven't changed much i moved back here to the same house 23 years ago and have recorded 32 records here and at the plaza 5 complex thanx for reading hope ya enjoy the show.. until we meet again... Matt McCourt



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