John D'Amato | Ain't No Big Deal

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Ain't No Big Deal

by John D'Amato

Hot Blues Guitar and Soulful Vocals. John's new CD "Ain't No Big Deal" has just broken into the Roots Music Report National Blues Charts at #41. Traditional and original blues played John's way. High energy!!
Genre: Blues: Electric Blues
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1. Mojo Working
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2. Got No Shame
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3. Stormy Monday
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4. What's Up?
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5. Black Orpheus
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6. Walk With Me Lord
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7. Folsom Prison Blues
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8. Lift Me Up
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9. Ain't No Big Deal
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10. Double Stop me
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Album Notes
If you like "Kick Ass", "On Fire", blues guitar mixed with soulful vocals add this CD to your collection. John D'Amato's guitar style combines the intensity of Jimi Hendrix and the phrasing of B.B. King, with the technique that only a Nashville Session Cat of D'Amato's caliber can display. "Ain't No Big Deal" is a delightful mess of hot "chicken pickin' blues" never heard before. To quote Michael Molenda, Editor of Guitar Player Magazine: you will be: "Pulled hither and yon by D’Amato’s relentless, breakneck licks until you either succumb to giddy delight or vertigo". From the guitar intro of the opening track, the blues classic: "Mojo Working," to the closing fiery chickin' pickin' instrumental "Double Stop Me," you will learn why D'Amato earned the Editor's Big Eight spotlight in Guitar Player Magazine. D'Amato's red-hot guitar playing coupled with his songwriting skills and soulful vocal style creates a unique new generation of blues, yet skillfully keeps the traditional blues sound. D'Amato's "Ain't No Big Deal" is a "must" for anyone who remotely enjoys the blues.


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