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Mostly up-tempo, good time blues is to be found on guitarist Lloyd Jones's Blind Pig Records debut, Love Gotcha. Whether it's funky ("Nickels and Dimes") or sultry ("Ain't Nothing a Young Girl Can Do"), this is late-night ... more »
Mostly up-tempo, good time blues is to be found on guitarist Lloyd Jones's Blind Pig Records debut, Love Gotcha. Whether it's funky ("Nickels and Dimes") or sultry ("Ain't Nothing a Young Girl Can Do"), this is late-night bar music of the highest order, or the sort of thing you hear from someone who's constantly on the road, as Jones apparently is, judging from the track "Highway Rider." --Genevieve Williams
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Oh Lloydie Lloyd, look whatcha done!
George Andrus | San Diego, CA United States | 04/15/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"When the man plays you jus'gotta get up offa' dat thang and get on the good foot! Yes, yes, Blue Eyed Soul is still alive and doin' mighty well.Mr. Jones has got that inside groove thang going on. He's been paying his dues for a long time, turning out some great music and not a weak CD in the bunch. His latest "Love Gotcha" is no exception."Love Gotcha" was my first ticket on what has become for me a rockin' musical ride. After listening to "Love Gotcha" I just had to jump back and grab everything I could that this gifted artist has recorded. If you can find a copy of "Have Mercy- Live" grab it. The man can step to it on the Strat with a fat tone & funky style that'll make your shoe laces come untied and put a major grin on yo face. Live or in the studio he loves what he's doing and it shows!Yes, Me & Mr Jones gotta thang going on!"
If the band were any tighter, it'd snap!
Dave L | WA United States | 02/23/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Just have to join the rave reviews for Lloyd Jones' Love Gotcha. This is the real thing, from the vocals through the rhythm section and out through the horns. Memphis Blues with Oakland punch.Thanks to CD Now's sample cuts you can check out the title track and see for yourself."