Beth Hart & Joe Bonamassa - Don't Explain FLAC album
Don't Explain is a 2011 cover album recorded by American singer Beth Hart and blues rock guitarist Joe Bonamassa.
Beth Hart & Joe Bonamassa - Don´t Explain Album - Don't Explain Songwriters - Billie Holiday, Arthur Herzog Jr. Release date - September 27, 2011 Label - . .
Title track from their upcoming album.
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Beth Hart, Joe Bonamassa. Fans of guitar master Joe Bonamassa will be delighted that 2011 was such a prolific year in his career. First came the fine, rootsy Dust Bowl, then 2, the second chapter in his Black Country Communion project's catalog. Don't Explain, a collection of soul, blues, and jazz-oriented covers in collaboration with vocal firebrand Beth Hart marks his third entry this year. The ten-song set of blues and soul is a logical extension of her vocal contribution to "No Love on the Street" from Dust Bowl
Beth Hart Management: David Wolff Productions, Inc. J&R Adventures Joe Bonamassa Management and Record Label CEO: Roy Weisman. Beth Hart and Joe Bonamassa Don't Explain 4:12. Beth Hart and Joe Bonamassa- I'd Rather Go Blind 8:06. Beth Hart and Joe Bonamassa- Ain't No Way 6:48. ModernCD-SWE by bennywass.
Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). Am I ever glad I did. I was privileged to indulge myself - uninterrupted - in the great sounds from Don't Explain during a recent round-trip to California. The album starts out with an incredible cover of the 1957 Ray Charles number, Sinner's Prayer.
Beth Hart & Joe Bonamassa. Beth Hart & Joe Bonamassa. 6. I'd Rather Go Blind. 7. Something's Got a Hold On Me. 8. I'll Take Care of You. 10. Ain't No Way. I was already a big fan of Joe Bonamassa, but had never heard of Beth Hart. So glad that I stumbled on to this album. Her voice is amazing and they are great together.
Beth Hart and Joe Bonamassa face-off - no, really! - on the new album, Don't Explain. Photo: Mike Prior"What a smoking record!" Joe Bonamassa raves on the subject of Don't Explain, the just-released collection of soul covers the guitar star cut with singer Beth Hart. This is an album I would listen to if I had nothing to do with it. Beth is such an extraordinary talent. Her time is now, I'm convinced of i. Not surprisingly, Beth Hart returns Bonamassa's sentiments: "One hot disc!" she gushes, letting out a throaty laugh. I almost can't believe that it's me when I hear it. Really, Joe is that phenomenal. He made me sound good. Every singer needs that kind of support.