Marc Benno | I got it Bad

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I got it Bad

by Marc Benno

Great Marc Benno original Blues Tunes with the Famous West Side Horns Al Gomez Trumpet- Louie Bustos Sax -George Reins Drums-Jack Barber Bass-Sauce Gonzalez Keyboard !
Genre: Blues: Texas Style
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1. Terminal Case of the Blues
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2:59 $1.49
2. Alone in San Antone
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3:16 $1.49
3. Texas Oil Driller
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3:36 $1.49
4. Torture Me
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3:33 $1.49
5. Too Bad You're No Good
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2:48 $1.49
6. Save Our Love
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3:18 $1.49
7. Chance with You
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2:43 $1.49
8. Tip Jar
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3:05 $1.49
9. My Baby's a Gambler
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3:30 $1.49
10. Thing or Two
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3:19 $1.49
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Album Notes
Benno's new I Got it Bad is one BAD cd! . It is the bluesiest CD of his career and is a must for anyone who loves 12-bar blues and great guitar playing. All 10 tracks are composed by Benno, a naturally prolific writer. Two co-wries w Gary Nicholson SAVE OUR LOVE AND THING OR TWO are excellent additions. A personal album, I Got it Bad! features standout cuts like "Chance with You" and "My Baby's a Gambler," which allude to Benno's tough times in the past. Recorded at Blue Cat Studios in San Antonio, the album features some of the area's best musicians, including Jimmie Vaughan's drummer George Rains, Sir Douglas Quintet bassist Jack Barber, and members of the Infamous West Side Horns from San Antonio, Texas. This CD blows like the wind blowin dirt down the street in boys town Via Cuna. ViVA Benno!!


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Brad Johnson

master veteran rockin' bluesman
I lived in Dallas in the 70's and collected Marc's Minnows, Ambush and Lost in Austin. Then I lost touch with him until I found his web site and checked out this one and Sugar Blues. These recent CDs ought to be on national labels too. He's gone from a young creative bluesy songwriter who sings well and plays tasty guitar to a veteran who rocks a little more, still has a good, if aging a bit, singing voice with simple, clever lyrics you can understand, and nice, if not elaborate solo guitar. His blues aren't depressing, but rather jump and slower blues that sound good at low and high volume levels, in a car and at home. I'm sure I'll listen to these newer CDs as long as the ones from the '70s. I hope he shows up at a club here in Minneapolis sometime.