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by David Brewer and The Intimidators

Urban Blues / Freight Train Boogie
Genre: Blues: Rockin' Blues
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Battle is Over ( but the war goes on)
3:34 album only
2. Walking By Myself
2:37 album only
3. Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood
4:25 album only
4. You Don't Know Me That Well (D.Brewer)
4:06 album only
5. Don't You Get It (D.Brewer)
6:35 album only
6. I Got it Bad (D.Brewer)
5:59 album only
7. Into the Mystic
3:28 album only
8. You Never CanTell
2:56 album only
9. I Told You So (D.Brewer)
5:33 album only
10. Bluebird (Blues for Tony) (D.Brewer)
2:23 album only


Album Notes
David Brewer and The Intimidators

David Brewer. Big? Yeah! Intimidating? Maybe. Dull? Never! And definitely talented. All those years of playing blues rooms have accomplished a very good thing. They've created a seasoned player with a sly knack for catchy songwriting, monster guitar chops and near genre-perfect banged-up vocals.
Brewer's been living the life of a bluesman for 35 years. Although he was born and still lives in Seattle, his mom is from Florida and his dad is from Tennessee. He went to high school in Hawaii with Gabby Pahinui's kids. He's part Seminole and very proud of his American Indian heritage. After a tour in Vietnam, in 1969, he made his way back to Seattle via Texas. Once back, he toured for 2 1/2 years with Albert Collins. David has toured Europe constantly
since 1994, He's won The Washington Blues Society's awards for "Best Guitar Player" and "Best Songwriter" several times, and is in "The Hall of Fame "He has weathered good times and bad and shared the stage with some of the biggest names in the blues.

Recordings Include:
* David's latest record is titled"Ghost Dance(2008)
* "Absolutely"©(2005)
* "All Tore Down"©(1995)
* "Bad Habits"© (1990)
* In 1997,Chicago blues harp legend, Carey Bell covered David's song Bad Habits on his Alligator release Good Luck Man.
* In 1997, Bad Habits was the title song on Oakland's Matthew Robinsons Fodora Records release.
* In 1995, Canadian blues rocker, Collin James also covered Bad Habits as the title cut on his JUNO award-winning Warner Bros./Canada album.
* In the early 90's, English blues man, Long John Baldry covered Brewer's You Wanna Dance on his Still Ain't Easy album released on the Stoney Plain label.

"The blues are life with the dull parts left out".....D. Brewer

davidbrewerblues@yahoo.com Crossed Arrows Musicâ„¢
Telephone:(206) 268-0100 1050 N.E.97th Street
www.davidbrewerblues.com Seattle, Washington USA 98103



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Ted Todd

Stinging guitar work, excellent band, this works all the way through.
Even the covers ring with originality. The powerful guitar, tight band, and strong vocals on each track make this a great release. A good follow up to Bad Habits and All Tore Down.

David Kirk

Bad Habits
One of the best blues albums of all time.........still out here groovin' with you Dave...since the first time Brad and I met you @ the Island.........:) rock on bro!!!

Willie Kirkham

This is unique
David Brewer's style is simply unique. The songs he writes himself are excellent and the covers he does are often an improvement of the originals - so why do covers at all ? His atmospheric guitar playing just oozes with that special blues feeling. However no recording could ever capture his simply amazing live performances and the atmosphere he creates in a venue, as I was lucky enough to witness several times at home in Ireland. If he ever plays anywhere near you, drop whatever you're doing and experience David Brewer and band treating the blues like nobody else can. But buy the CD to sweeten
the time 'till then...