Big Gilson | Bring It Back Home

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Bring It Back Home

by Big Gilson

The Brazilian Guitar hero meets the British old time blues shouter
Genre: Blues: Electric Blues
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1. What's Wrong With That Big Gilson & The Wolf
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2. Bring It Back Home Big Gilson & The Wolf
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3. Hint of a Smile Big Gilson & The Wolf
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4. Ramshackle Town Big Gilson & The Wolf
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5. Mine All Mine Big Gilson & The Wolf
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6. Hoochie Coochie Man Big Gilson & The Wolf
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7. Slidin' Around Big Gilson
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8. Praise the Lord Big Gilson & The Wolf
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9. Black Haired Lady Big Gilson & The Wolf
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10. Lulu Boogie Big Gilson & The Wolf
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11. I'm Tore Down Big Gilson & The Wolf
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Big Gilson: bears the distinction of being acclaimed by such greats as B.B. King and Buddy Guy. He has appeared at Buddy Guy’s famous Legends, The Blue Note – New York and many other top venues. Called the king of the slide guitar – this is truly justified – but this should not be allowed to detract from his superb mastery of all forms of guitar playing – the guy is a genius! Strangely enough he does not hail from Memphis or Chicago but from Rio de Janeiro – he really is bringing the blues back home

The Wolf: his emotive passionate and powerful vocals combine with an amazing stage presence. This has brought about a cult following and the media and radio presenters in the USA and other countries throughout the world have praised his work.
His vocals mirror life’s experiences – making him one of the best contemporary songwriters in his genre. Wolf hails not from the deep south of the USA but from the deep south of the UK!

Blue Star Records


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Ray Falconer

Brings back memories!
High quality, hard drivin'blues and some...little old roll with rock blues...this is a nice combination of hospel blues...I like this cd.

Ray Falconer

Brings back memories!
High quality, hard drivin'blues and some...little old roll with rock blues...this is a nice combination of hospel blues...I like this cd.

nashville music society


this is a great showcase for the undeniable worldwide popularity that blues music enjoys.

the lead-off "whats wrong with that" has some fine slide-work from big gilson over the wolf's growling vocal that is an excellent sample of gilsons knowledge of the delta masters.

the rocking "hint of a smile" is a sly bar-room tale of a young lady who's really "stacked at the back"

lulu boogie rocks from start to finish

while a softer allman-esque "black haired lady" is an ode to gilson's lovely wife helena, and the wolf brings this one home with a very soulful expressive reading.

we had three favorites though...

the fellas really got into a cover of "tore down" while another "feel good" party anthem "mine all mine" has the theme of bringing your own booty, because as the wolf explains, the lady he's with is strictly hands off to anybody else - and the slow blues of "ramshackle town"...an incredible solo from big gilson and haunting lyrics from the wolf which was for us the highlight of the set.

don & sheryl crow - nashville music society.