Tony Spinner | Rollin' & Tumblin'

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Rollin' & Tumblin'

by Tony Spinner

Outstanding new studio disc from this awesome blues/rock axeslinger from Arkansas. Features 14 tracks of top-shelf, world-class, soul-powered, earthy, bluesy heavy guitar grooves.
Genre: Blues: Blues-Rock
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1. Saturn Blues
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2. Count Your Blessings
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3. Rollin' & Tumblin' in Meantown
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4. Walkin' the Dawg
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5. Lay Down Your Crutch
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6. Saving Grace
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7. Cc Rider
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8. Cathead Bisquit
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9. Walkin' the Walk
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10. Goldfish Bowl Blues
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11. Luv Thang
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12. Listen to Your Heart
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13. Love Junkie
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14. Catfish / Make Love to You
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Album Notes
“Rollin' & Tumblin'”, the superb sixth solo disc by this awesome, outstanding, world-class, blues/rock axeslinger from Arkansas, features 14 tracks (74 minutes) of awesome, top-shelf, soul-powered, "old-school" blues-based heavy guitar power trio grooves that will melt your blues away. Tony Spinner digs deep on "Rollin' & Tumblin'" and produces an amazing, timeless, authentic disc that definitely stands tall in the world of Classic blues/rock guitar magic.

Hailing from Jonesboro, Arkansas, this way-kool, down-home, blonde-haired Stratmaster Supreme is the REAL deal when it comes down to soulful, organic, earthy, retro-70s bluesy heavy guitar power trio grooves that cut hard and deep. Tony Spinner is an authentic, seasoned blues/rock guitar veteran who has played and toured with Toto, Pat Travers, Paul Gilbert (Mr. Big) & White River Monster, to name a few. Spinner knows what time of day it is on the Guitar and he absolutely "Shines" on the awesome "Rollin' & Tumblin" disc. An incredible, dynamic mix of blues meets rock from a True blues/rock axeslinger who's guitar playing skills are right up there with the best of them. "Rollin' & Tumblin'" also features the excellent rhythm section of Michel Mulder on Bass and Han Neijenhuis on Drums, both great players who lay down serious soul-powered grooves throughout this awesome disc. Tony Spinner & Co. do blues/rock loud & proud on "Rollin' & Tumblin".

The Tony Spinner: “Rollin' & Tumblin'” disc is an awesome blues/rock heavy guitar groove that is Highly recommended to fans of Jimi Hendrix, Robin Trower, SRV, Rory Gallagher, Johnny Winter, Walter Trout, Warren Haynes, Chris Duarte, Indigenous, Joe Bonamassa, Doyle Bramhall, Ian Moore, Jeff Healey, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Buddaheads, Craig Erickson, Scarlet Runner, Chris Aaron, Lance Lopez, Wes Jeans, Philip Sayce & the Black Crowes, among other killer blues/rock axeslingers. And fans of Tony Spinner’s previous discs will heavily dig the truly stand-out, righteous, groove-induced “Rollin' & Tumblin” disc of amazing, gifted blues/rock guitar talent. Spinner's excellent kool/solid second disc for indie-label Grooveyard Records is a true testament to REAL blues guitar power. Tune in and become a believer. It's time to Roll & Tumble your bad-ass blues away with Tony Spinner.


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