Vin Mott | Quit the Women for the Blues

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Quit the Women for the Blues

by Vin Mott

Authentic electric blues with hints of soul and rock n roll from New Jersey.
Genre: Blues: Harmonica Blues
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1. Quit the Women (For the Blues)
3:55 album only
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2. Make up Your Mind
4:02 album only
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3. Don't Make Me Laugh
3:01 album only
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4. I'm a Filthy Man
3:54 album only
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5. The Factory
6:25 album only
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6. Freight Train
3:00 album only
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7. I Wanna Get Ruff with You
3:31 album only
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8. Ol' Greasy Blues
2:36 album only
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9. Living the Blues
3:39 album only
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10. Hott Mott's Theme
2:23 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
“One of the area’s best harmonica players and musician,” “…the hottest blues band in Jersey,” and “the next generation of the Blues” are some of the most common phrases being used to describe one of North Jersey’s youngest and hardest working band leaders, Vin Mott. Upon witnessing one of his band’s electrifying live shows, it becomes clear what all the buzz is about, and why such accolades as “the one carrying the torch” seems to surround his name.

“Quit the Women for the Blues” is Vin Mott’s first effort as a solo Blues artist. The album includes 10 original tracks and features a studio band comprised of top roots musicians: Vin (vocals, harp), Sean Ronan (guitar), Dean Shot (upright, electric bass), Andrei Koribanics (drums), and Phil Silverberg (organ). Vin’s style draws heavily from the classic Chicago/Memphis blues artists such as James Cotton, Little Walter, Junior Parker, Muddy Waters, and Howlin' Wolf while adding flares of rock n roll and soul to his tunes. The music is live and raw, ballsy and guttural, a true testament to the 12 bar blues form with every instrument in the band working together perfectly to find the groove. Vin’s lyrics are angry, sometimes sarcastic, written with an urgency, nothing to hide and no longer holding back on tunes like “Quit the Women (for the Blues),” “Don’t Make Me Laugh,” “The Factory,” and “I Wanna Get Ruff,” and others. He also lets his sweet side show in the original ballad “Living The Blues” and swings for the fences in “Hott Mott’s Theme,” an ode to his live band’s original name, Hott Mott’s Rhythm & Blues Band.

Vin Mott is 27 years old from Pequannock, NJ. It was in high school when Vin began discovering his love of Blues and Roots music, the sound of the harmonica, and began teaching himself, with a little help from the internet, to play the Blues Harp. In 2007 Vin went on to study music at Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA where he graduated in 2011 with a BA in Songwriting. By the late summer of 2013 Vin had returned home to New Jersey. Over the next several years Vin, along with the help of guitarist Sean Ronan, would book countless gigs in local taverns, roadhouses, and restaurants such as the Great Notch Inn, the Robin’s Nest Rhythm & Blues, Hat City Kitchen, and Ruthie’s BBQ & Pizza, as well as branching into Eastern PA and the Philadelphia area. The live band has included some of the areas most talented young Jazz, Blues, and Roots musicians.

You can find Vin Mott’s Rhythm & Blues Band on Facebook, Youtube, Reverbnation, and CD Baby!

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