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"Blues For Modern Man" by Bobby Broom

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Song and Dance
Record Label: Origin Records
By Bobby Broom
Released: 2007

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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.

Track Listing

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.

Personnel

Bobby Broom: guitar; Dennis Carroll: bass; Kobie Watkins: drums.

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Date featured

March 14, 2007

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