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Doyle Bramhall II
Doyle Bramhall
Doyle Bramhall II
Genres: Blues, Pop, Rock
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All Artists: Doyle Bramhall
Title: Doyle Bramhall II
Members Wishing: 12
Total Copies: 0
Label: Geffen Records
Release Date: 9/10/1996
Genres: Blues, Pop, Rock
Styles: Regional Blues, Texas Blues, Electric Blues, Modern Blues, Blues Rock
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 720642500125, 720642500149

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One of the greatest soul records ever!
Jeff Ross | Nashville, TN United States | 05/17/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"It's too bad that this thing did not sell because it's fantastic, soulful and sweet. Produced by Wendy and Lisa, this is where Al Green meets Hendrix. I don't know anyone who has listened to this who hasn't just completely freaked out and bought it. "Song From The Grave" will chill you to the bone. Grab it!"
Robert R. Herre Jr. | 02/11/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This album is incredible. A perfect blend of blues rock and soul. The songs are very well put together. When I discovered this album I bought 2 extra copies just to make sure I always had one."
No one expected this
T. Tremblay | Frisco, TX | 11/26/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)

"After Stevie Ray died many people expected Doyle to step in and "take over" as if he were to spend his career in tribute.

The Arc Angels project showed he was capable of playing with the fire but it wasn't a "blues" album. Instead it showed that songs were going to come first and guitar would be in the mix instead of being the focus.

Many thought this album would be where he picked up the torch. Instead Doyle did what he needed to do; to show that he was Doyle Bramhall II and no one else. This album shows the wide variety of textures and styles this gifted writer/singer/player is capable of. If you loved 'Welcome' and/or 'Jelly Cream' you're shorting yourself and not getting the full picture without hearing this album.

I think that it's fitting that he's become more closely associated with Eric Clapton than Stevie. He has more in common musically. He has the ability to take a blues/rock feel, phenomenal abilities on guitar (and vocals), and apply it to what would otherwise be pop music.

I can't wait for Doyle to take a break from making other people's music better and release some new work. In the meantime check out his web site and see the great discography he's put together over the years."