Blues For Modern Man by Bobby Broom
From the album
About the Album
Guitarist Bobby Broom has been turning heads ever since the release of his 1981 GRP Records debut, Clean Sweep. Twenty-five years and a lifetime of experience later, including stints with Sonny Rollins, Miles Davis, Kenny Burrell, Stanley Turrentine, Charles Earland and Dr. John, the 45-year-old guitarist is at the peak of his powers, swinging with authority and ingenuity on Song And Dance, his debut on Origin Records and his sixth overall as a leader. Along with bassist Dennis Carroll and drummer Kobie Watkins, the Chicago-based guitarist reinvents familiar pop and r&b staples from the '60's and '70's on this lively set while also contributing three affecting originals.
Can't Buy Me Love; Where Is The Love?; Little Rascals Theme (Good Old Days); Coming Home; Blues For Modern Man; Superstar; Smile; Wichita Lineman; You And The Night And The Music; Waiting And Waiting.
Bobby Broom: guitar; Dennis Carroll: bass; Kobie Watkins: drums.
- Song and Dance by Chris M. Slawecki
- Song And Dance by Scott Gilliam
- Song and Dance by Mark F. Turner
March 14, 2007
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