Jean-Paul Bourelly | Vibe Music

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Vibe Music

by Jean-Paul Bourelly

Progressive Blues Rock. Still one of the most creative guitarists of our time, Bourelly's guitar sound is sometimes smoldering sometimes precise, sometimes atmospheric yet always focused on taking us and the blues into worlds unknown.
Genre: Rock: Jam-band
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1. Aqua Blu
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2. Groove On
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3. Soul Is Red
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4. Boom Town Ballad
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5. Hope
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6. Jubie's Jones
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7. Buddhas Delight
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8. Move On
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9. Buddhas Vibe
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10. Passage to Exstacy
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11. Moon Child
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12. Think'n Bout My Baby
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13. The Lonely Know
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Recorded around the same time as "Rock the Carthatic Spirits" but released a few years later.
Vibe Music, recorded at Green Street studios in 1995, has a very different trajectory than that of the former hard driving "Rock the Carthatic Spirits" cd. Where "Rock" was trans-genre funk rock Vibes Music is more atmospheric, bluesy and oblique.
"Auqa Blu" connects the life cycle of salmon going to spawn before death with a doomed relationship. Bourelly's guitar calls out like a trainer on a football pitch, shouting out short riffs in between the vocal phrases.
And while straight ahead tunes like "Move On" get crowded, in a post Hendrix kind of way, tunes like "Jubies Jones", "Boom Town Ballad" and "Only the Lonely" shows that Bourelly can open up the creative valve and you are suddenly in an other worldly groove space. A good example is "Soul is Red" one of Bourelly's classic, dramatic tone poems that are scattered throughout this recording. The electric guitar sweats hot fever over a hypnotic, swirling, harmonic sea bed.
The BluWave Bandits members Alfredo Alias, Melvin Gibbs and Mark Batson are in good form as a rhythm section on the other tracks and Bourelly's Chicago homeys Kdog Johnson and Lonnie Plaxico conjure up the best part of the 70'ish jazz vibe on "Only the Lonely". Other notable appearances are the passionate tenor sax of Booker T and a very young and promising DJ Logic who's samples deliver street cred on the same track.
C.Pedersen - (Apotek Records)
Bass – Mark Petersen, Big Royal Talamacus*, Reggie Washington, T.M. Stevens
Double Bass, Bass – Lonnie Plaxico
Drums – Alfredo Alias, Kevin (K-Dog) Johnson, Slam T. Wig
Guitar, Producer – Jean-Paul Bourelly
Keyboards – Kundalini Mark Batson
Percussion – Jalal Sharriff, Michael Wimberly
Saxophone – Booker T*
Turntables – DJ Logic
Vocals – Irene Datcher


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