Miss Blueses Child - Eli Cook - Miss Blueses Child (CD, Album)

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  1. Used & new music matching Miss Blues'es Child [Cook]. Our marketplace offers music by a huge selection of artists, from sellers worldwide.
  2. Feb 01,  · On his Valley Entertainment debut, Miss Blues'es Child, Cook pays homage to traditional blues with little more than an acoustic guitar. And with an age beyond his years, celebrates the traditional without being predictable/5(5).
  3. Eli Cook's power trio combines the guitar and vocals of Eli Cook with the talents of bassist Eric Yates and drummer Jordan Marchini. Over one year in the making, Miss Blues Child CD ().
  4. Miss Blues'es Child, a collection of early acoustic recordings, was a much more conventional example of a blues albums, and it ignited quite a bit of buzz when the original release was picked.
  5. Miss Blues Child CD () $ His repertoire expanded playing gospel shows and revivals, and he formed his first electric trio, The Red House BLues Band, in ELI COOK, acoustic guitarist: "Whenever he puts a finger down, it means something.".
  6. The album was co-produced by Cook. In August , Eli released High-Dollar Gospel on his own C.R. 8 Records to rave reviews from American Blues Scene to No Depression and Vintage Guitar. The album was a blend of his love of country pickers to blues rockers and old covers from Muddy Waters and Roosevelt Sykes that have been in his live shows for years.
  7. Young Eli Cook manages that trick without trying, with a deep voice that sounds as old as the hills. On this blues album, a mix of his good originals and some traditional material and standards, he shows himself to be a performer of great talent, if not quite the finished article yet.6/
  8. Enter year-old Eli Cook, whose Miss Blues’es Child is among the most compelling debuts in recent memory. When so much of modern blues recalls the all-too-accurate Blueshammer sequence from Ghost World, it’s refreshing to hear an artist like Cook, who doesn’t bother with predictable bar arrangements or rely on strident old-timey imagery. Instead, he attains a remarkable degree of .

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