Joe Gaspar Band | Move On!

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Move On!

by Joe Gaspar Band

An eclectic power-blues-rock journey. Emerging from the Ottawa scene comes this album that will bring you back to a time when music was pure.
Genre: Blues: Blues-Rock
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1. Walking Blues
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2. Out of This Place
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3. The Years Go By
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4. Shame
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5. Driftin' Away
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6. Can't Find My Way Home
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7. Alone
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8. By Your Window
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9. Don't Mess With Fate
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Back in 2011 Joe was looking for 2 guys to form a blues project for a contest. After the first rehearsal they realized this group has serious potential.
Here it is “Move On!”, first album of Joe Gaspar Band featuring Joe Gaspar as a singer and bass player, Jamie Young on guitar and Steve Dupont on drums.
Music is written by Joe and Jamie; a walk on the rocks of blues. From upbeat power songs to slow “traditional blues feel” come 8 originals and an acoustic interpretation of “Can’t find my way home”.
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