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Hornet's Nest

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Download links and information about Hornet's Nest by Joe Louis Walker. This album was released in 2014 and it belongs to Blues genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 51:12 minutes.

Artist: Joe Louis Walker
Release date: 2014
Genre: Blues
Tracks: 12
Duration: 51:12
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Hornet's Nest 4:03
2. All I Wanted To Do 4:22
3. As the Sun Goes Down 4:25
4. Stick a Fork In Me 3:05
5. Don't Let Go 4:44
6. Love Enough 4:37
7. Ramblin' Soul 5:48
8. Ride On, Baby 3:36
9. Soul City 3:53
10. I'm Gonna Walk Outside 4:49
11. Not In Kansas Anymore 3:39
12. Keep the Faith 4:11

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Bluesman Joe Louis Walker remains true to the music while modernizing the sound without losing its soul. Partial credit here goes to producer Tom Hambridge, who produced Buddy Guy’s GRAMMY®-winning albums Skin Deep and Living Proof and Walker’s previous album, Hellfire. A member of the Blues Hall of Fame, Walker employs a veteran group, with Hambridge on drums, Tommy MacDonald on bass, Rob McNelley on guitar, and Reese Wynans on Hammond B-3 organ and piano. From there, Walker essays dirty-blues guitar solos and sings like a man who treats every performance like it could be his last. At 64, Walker has plenty of road left, and beyond the flat-out blues numbers like the title track, the horn-assisted “All I Wanted to Do,” and the roadhouse fun of “Stick a Fork in Me,” he turns the obscure Rolling Stones tune “Ride On, Baby” into a modest rocker and helps hard rock finds a voice in “Not in Kansas Anymore.” Gospel takes root in “Keep the Faith.”