Joe McGuinness | From These Seeds

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From These Seeds

by Joe McGuinness

The long awaited "From these seeds" is a unique take on old school back porch folk/blues, laced with lyrical gems, incredible guitar landscapes, Old school blues for new school ears. An enjoyable listen from start to finish. Highly recommended.
Genre: Blues: Delta Style
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Hellhounds Blues
3:10 $0.99
2. My Name Is Joe
3:21 $0.99
3. I Will
2:10 $0.99
4. Don't Say A Word
3:35 $0.99
5. Ri
6:06 $0.99
6. Freight Train
2:12 $0.99
7. Trashcan Full Of Butterflies
4:40 $0.99
8. Sad Affair
2:49 $0.99
9. Do Right
3:18 $0.99
10. Trovao
3:30 $0.99
11. Binti
3:51 $0.99
12. No Worries
2:55 $0.99
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Album Notes
Joe McGuinness is an Atlanta based folk/blues musician. His incredible fingerpicking, and slide guitar combined with powerful, soul-filled vocals, and unique overall style, make for an amazing listening experience.

"From these seeds..." is Joes first solo release, and shows that as well as putting on a awe-inspiring live show, he is very talented in the studio as well.

From raw roots footstompers to slanted backporch banjo pickin to intricate beautiful guitar landscapes, each song carrying you further into the tale. 10 Original tracks and two covers include Elizabeth Cotten's classic, "Freight Train" and a beautiful version of the Beatles, "I Will"

Amazing guest artists:
Donnie McCormick (Atlanta legend, Eric Quincy Tate/Fat City Wildcats) - on the Chicken Coop
Charlie Wooton - (Charlie Wooton project/ Zydefunk) - on bass
Damien Lewis - (Motor City Josh/Sean Costello) - drums
Julea Thomerson - (Educator) - Vocals
Sean Costello - (Badass) - lead guitar

Recorded by Damien Lewis at 800 East Studios in Atlanta, GA.
A Must have for music appreciators!



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Jan Olav Uren

Very recommended!
I can only say one thing; buy this CD!

Chrisr at CD Baby

What is the term for that certain elusive musical quality that encompasses the wisdom of the past while also giving the listener a unique glimpse into the future? Oh, yeah! “Timeless.” Every artist strives for it. Few achieve it. Fewer still achieve it in a genre so well-worn as the Blues. But Joe McGuinness has managed to create a truly timeless blues album. Full of soulfulness and authenticity, “From These Seeds” is a collection of back-porch folk blues made by a man so skilled at deft fingerpicking and agile singing that he can forget about technique altogether and let his heart do the talking. His funky and syncopated acoustic guitar work lands him somewhere between Robert Johnson and Bruce Cockburn. And from his ragged yet acrobatic vocals, you can tell that Joe has been drinking from the same well as Tom Waits and Greg Brown. He mixes the very best elements of old school delta blues, country, pop, and folk to somehow stir up a fresh and magical sound that is neither modern nor antiquated. It’s simply a sound that rings true.

Jennifer Banks

What can I add to the reviews already here. Get this CD and get it NOW!!!!

Robin Moffatt

great stuff!

Christophe Van Moeffaert

Easy layed-back music for a lazy sunday afternoon.

Joyce Carman

Stirring the Soul
For anyone who has ever opened their heart to love and been disappointed, for anyone who has ever held a child in their arms and found bliss, for anyone who has ever wanted someone who doesn't want them back, for anyone who, on the path to self-discovery, realizes they ain't so bad after all: From These Seeds is an album worth listening to. More than just an amazing guitarist and banjo picker, and more than just a passionate singer, Joe McGuiness, above all else, is an excellent storyteller. His songwriting--reverent and honest--can't help but stir the soul.


From These Seeds
This guy is amazingly talented. His guitar playing is absolutely mesmerizing. I love it, love it....LOVE IT!!! Would recommend to anyone that loves folk music and/or appreciates string picking perfection.

Jane Pascoe

This album is sublime. I love it. What heart. Good luck to you man.