Diamond Joe Siddons | Wasted Dayze And Twisted Nights

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Wasted Dayze And Twisted Nights

by Diamond Joe Siddons

JOE SOUNDS LIKE...A TEXAS ROADHOUSE ON FIRE...THE FIRE DEPARTMENT GOT LOST OUTSIDE LAGRANGE
Genre: Blues: Texas Style
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1. Selfishly Survived
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2. Hardcase
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3. Howlin' For My Darlin'
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4. Pound Them Brewskies Down
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5. I Threw The Dice
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6. Blacktop Rodeo
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7. Double Trouble
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8. Just Your Fool
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9. If You Tell Me
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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This cd has been featured on several of the nationally syndicated radio shows , "Blues Deluxe", AND "Blues Summit". For an Independant label, this quite an honor. If your looking for something that seems like a real professional bad ass record in the Texas roadhouse blues and great originals that strech the boundries of roots r&b, rock, and awsome blues that you'll want turn your friends on to, by this cd and I garantee you'll be glad you took a chance.
BORN 3/26/50 SAN ANTONIO TEXAS
Joe gets to see ELVIS in 1956 with his Mom and Joe’s life is changed forever.
Diamond Joe buys a ‘60 Duo Sonic- Fender of course!
At the end of 1971 was a milestone for as Joe decides to be a musician forever and never looks back
1973/74 Joe is asked to join his first band with Cliff Carter and Bill Campbell, years later Cliff became the engineer at Armadillo.
In 1975 Joe joins the “Texas Shieks” with Uncle John Turner (Johnny Winter’s first drummer) and Keith Ferguson who later became the Fabulous Thunderbird’s first bass player.
From 1975 thru 77 Diamond Joe plays in bands with R.C. Banks and Drew Pennington, who would later front the “Nightcrawlers” with Stevie Ray Vaughan. Joe and R.C. create the “Bluesbeats” an eleven piece soul/blues band who recorded a LP.
Diamond Joe joins up with the “Ragin’ Cajun” Kenny Acosta fron Baton Rouge, the band goes on with a very successful two year run.
In 1979 steps out front for the first time stating that all I need is bass and drums, hooks up with Joe Gracey and Bobby Earl Smith of Electric Graceyland Studios fame.
Gracey gets Joe to record a rock record of all originals “Diamond Joe Siddons ...quot; The EP” which is met with rave reviews.
Diamond Joe moves to NYC in ’85, where he met Lisa Lowell and started writing material for Lisa’s band which featured Joe and Wayn Kramer of MC5 fame, and Neil Thomas who went on to form Loupe Garou.
2001- THE DIAMOND JOE SIDDONS BAND- with Bobby Day on bass, and George Morales on Drums.
NYC harp ace and solo recording artists- Felix Cabrera asks Joe to play guitar on his gigs as a hired gun, they go on to record a demo CD with Matt Smith, Billy Schroder and Tony Mariano.
Diamond Joe works with many of the NYC area’s best including Arthur Neilson (Shemekia Copeland) and Kevin Kiley (Bettye Lavette.)
Which brings us to 2005, as Joe release his self produced CD “Wasted Dayze and Twisted Nights.” Featuring five original tunes and four covers of very original and creative blues based material- see for yourself!


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ron cox

smokin' originals, hot guitar, makes you want to hear more!!
record production has become generic in blues lately this cd has ballsy quality i haven't heard much of. i was told that double trouble was done live save they were in a studio, no punch ins, edits or overdubs---so it has that energy that all artist struggle for years to get. get this!!!

lisa lowell

something gets your intrest right away, the production has a minamalist approach
the originals show great diversity of style, cut 2 hardcase, is a great song in everyway, should haqve been 1st --i threw the dice is just great classic rock n' roll, i'll bet wth more time in the studio it could hit the charts. double trouble, the only slow blues is one of the best performances i've ever heard, i read that it was the only "live" cut on the record, some mixing was done but the band and vocals were r3ecorded with no overdubs no recut vocals. i recomend this cd to anyone, those just dicovering and those who already love that texas thang that makes no bs songwritting and guitar magic!!!!

BUD POWERS

I DON'T KNOW ABOUT ALL THAT SHOULDA COULDA, THIS IS A BADASS CD
I'VE WAITED 20 YRS. TO HEAR A DIAMOND JOE CD. IN '85 I WAS 17 ONE NIGHT WE CAME TO NY AND ENDED UP ON BLEEKER ST. AND WALKED INTO KENNY'S CASTAWAYS. THERE WAS A BAND PLAYING WHAT MUST HAVE BEEN MOSTLY ORIGINALS, THEY HAD A FEMALE SINGER THAT WAS KILLER BUT THERE WAS A CROWD, 8-10 PEOPLE, STANDING RIGHT INFRONT OF JOE. TEN MINUETS LATER WE WERE STANDING RIGHT THERE TOO. THAT NIGHT HAS ALWAYS STUCK WITH ME, ONE OF THOSE BANDS THAT YOU TALK ABOUT FOR YEARS. THIS RECORD IS HOT BUT SEE JOE LIVE!