Johnny Sansone | The Lord Is Waiting and the Devil Is Too

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The Lord Is Waiting and the Devil Is Too

by Johnny Sansone

hard driving modern electric blues harmonica with slide guitar and drums
Genre: Blues: Harmonica Blues
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1. Sinking Ship
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2. Corn Whiskey
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3. Down
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4. Invisible
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5. Johnny And Janie
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6. You Know Who
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7. Wheres' Your Heart
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8. The Lord Is Waiting the Devil Is Too
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9. Without Love
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10. Leavin"
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Produced by anders osborne and recorded at dockside studio. with anders osborne on slide guitar and stanton moore of galactic on drums, a sparse hounddog taylor approach was taken in the recording to make a big sound with no bass guitar. Featuring Big electric chromatic and diatonic harmonica


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David Jackson

Stunning album
This is somewhat of a surprise. Johnny Sansone has long been a great harp player, adding value to the work of others and making low-key albums of his own that never quite spark. This one, though, is in a different league. I suspect that much is owed to Anders Osborne's production, because it has the same intensity as his own last album. However, the whole thing here really burns and if JS's vocals are still a bit ordinary at times, who cares - that's just another instrument in a mix that's on fire.

Jesse

Wow. This is a jewel of a find
The absolute real deal of grungy blues. Everything about this CD is just pure entertainment feel good blues. Don't let this one get away. Definitely a keeper.