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Myth Live

by Corey Stevens

Released 2008, Corey Stevens has outdone himself with a smokin' two-disc live album.
Genre: Blues: Electric Blues
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1. Another Pretty Face
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2. My Blues are Turning Red
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3. Blue Drops of Rain
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4. The Brothers
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5. It's Over
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6. Band Introduction
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7. Road to Zen
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8. This Train
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9. Something I Can't Do
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10. Lonesome Road Blues
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11. My Love for You has Died
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12. Mean and Lean
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13. Aloha Peke
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14. Big House Blues
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15. My Neighborhood
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16. One More Time
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17. Too Much Fun
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Anita R.

Guitar great!
Corey Stevens is a great guitar player, song writer, and entertainer. He has a passion for music and it shows with this Cd. I recommend this for anyone who loves the blues, rock and roll, and just want to hear great music.
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RogN

Fantastic sampler of Corey's great range the past 15 years
Unlike many Blues guitar rockers very redundant songs and sound, Corey places great emphasis on quality songwriting and diverse song structure. From catchy rhythms, to singable/memorable choruses, riffs and leads. Whiles also keeping balance so he nor the guitar don't dominate, and allows the band and keyboards in near equal parts. He blends many blues styles together in his music, yet puts his own unique stamp on the sound. Like subtle arpeggio hooks and rhythms reminiscent of the Knopfler's Straits days. Yet song style closer to Tom Petty than SRV. Check tracks 3-5 and 10-16, espec even #'d (thought samples barely give the song depth Here's other electric blues I follow, and Corey falls in between the intense guitar mavens (Trout, Kubek, Ellis, Strahan, Suhler. Koch, Clarke, Moss, Wolfe) and more rock/traditional hybrid -electric blues (Bonamassa, Lister, Hiatt, DevAllman, Guy, Mayer, Snowy White, Gatton, Burks, Thackery, Zito, Selby, Lyerly, G-Mule, Shaw-Taylor, Sayers, Foley, et.al). I truly feel Corey takes aspects from many of them. Checkout his most recent 2010 Dreaming Man is end to end his best overall CR (check tracks like RideItOut, Good for the Soul, DMan, TooGood, RondaVista, True Blue...every track real good to excellent).
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