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  • Date: 8-01-2014, 03:07
8-01-2014, 03:07

Southside Denny Snyder - Moving On... (2000)

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Southside Denny Snyder - Moving On... (2000)
Artist: Southside Denny Snyder
Title Of Album: Moving On...
Year Of Release: 2000
Label: SSD
Genre: Blues Rock, Modern Electric Blues
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 71:04
Total Size: 166 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Still Got The Blues (6:16)
02. You're Gonna Need Somebody (4:58)
03. Hey, Pretty Baby! (5:27)
04. Mr. Knowitall (5:14)
05. Airport Age (7:08)
06. World - WiDE Boogie (5:09)
07. Paging Dr. Cory (5:57)
08. Dirty Money (4:55)
09. Everything Was Fine (5:36)
10. Movin' Blues (5:41)
11. Water (3:52)
12. Conscience Blues (4:11)
13. Moving On. (6:34)

Recorded at Bartlett Recording, this project was done over several sessions in the year 2000. To date, this is the largets ensemble I have put together for a recording. A very smooth disc with good songs, arrangements, and some very tasteful playing by experienced musicians. With the ever solid David Clawson during his second stint as drummer in the band (the first was in the mid 90's) lasting from 1999 until the U.S. version of the band dissolved in 2006. David teamed with Lord Pugh on thunderbass and myself were the regular live band during this period, until a couple of years afterward when Lindsay moved back to Canada. This disc also features the brilliant piano playing of the late Mickey Larson, whom we all miss dearly as musician and friend. We recieved extra help from Max on congas and percussion, and background vocals by Josee Larose and Crystal Blue Miller on track 11 (Water).

History of the Southside Denny Snyder:
The electric blues band is what made Denny's reputation. After many different bands, Denny decided to start his own to begin honing his own musical ideas. In 1984, he formed the group "Southside Denny and the Skintones", which became regionally known across a few states, and also began working in Canada, mostly in Ontario but also as far west as Vancouver. This band also produced two albums, the first of which received a good enough amount of airplay to put them on the road. The second one featured legendary harmonicist Sugar Blue. (of Willie Dixon and Rolling Stones fame).
In 1989 the group disbanded, and that brought about the Southside Denny Snyder Band, which over the years has employed so many different players it would be impossible to name them all here. However, the basis has always remained consistent as a three piece blues band featuring Denny's songs and arrangements. The sound has also remained true as a hard edged Chicago sound, with hints of many different styles entertwined.
After three more discs (Rollin' Home, Rendez-Vous Blues, and Movin' On), Denny got adventurous and produced Eclectic in 2003, which is a collection of acoustic guitar pieces that was quite the surprise to many of his fan base, and also brought in some new listeners. Roots and Branches, in 2006 was also a total solo effort, yet steeped more in his blues roots (as the title suggests) and half instrumental pieces.
Denny's latest disc, titled Full Circle was released in March of 2009 and features 13 (six instrumental pieces and seven with vocals) new songs in both electric and acoustic settings. Full Circle won the Blues Album of the year in Quebec at the Gala Lys in Montreal. Support for this project was provided by Lindsay Pugh on Bass, Simon Meilleur on drums and also includes Denny's daughter Lorrie singing with him on two of the tracks. Rick L. Blues also plays harmonica on two songs, along with some extra help from drummer Cliff Alloy and Ivanhoe Jolicoeur on trumpet and flugelhorn.

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