Eddy Hess | Now

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Now

by Eddy Hess

An impressive debut album of guitar-driven Country and Blues with soulful vocals, introspective lyrics and down-to-Earth production!
Genre: Country: Country Blues
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1. Chances
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2. Tom's Blues
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3. Can't Complain
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4. Now
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5. Enough
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6. Better Place
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7. Another Song
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8. Morning Star
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9. Really Me
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10. Sometimes
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Barry 'Bazza' Hayward

Wow!
The debut album from Eddy Hess, 'NOW', is a satisfying ten-song collection of original material from the Canadian guitarist / singer / songwriter. The first half of the album explores the darker depths of the human experience - loss, disillusionment, despair - and just when you start to feel like you ought to throw Eddy a life- preserver ring , he brings us back to a happier, more hopeful place with the rollicking 'Better Place'. With insightful lyrics and sparse but tasteful arrangements (think of Springsteen's 'Nebraska') and some particularly evocative slide guitar work on the title track, the album closes with the haunting 'Sometimes' which takes us in a full emotional circle. All in all, a very enjoyable and thought-provoking collection of songs by an artist who isn't afraid to bare his musical soul.