Search - Jeff Healey :: Hell to Pay

Hell to Pay
Jeff Healey
Hell to Pay
Genres: Blues, International Music, Pop, Rock
  •  Track Listings (11) - Disc #1

Japanese only K2 24bit SHM pressing. Sony. 2009.


Larger Image

CD Details

All Artists: Jeff Healey
Title: Hell to Pay
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 1
Label: Sony/Bmg Int'l
Release Date: 8/31/1996
Album Type: Import
Genres: Blues, International Music, Pop, Rock
Styles: Electric Blues, Modern Blues, North America, Vocal Pop, Blues Rock
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1


Album Description
Japanese only K2 24bit SHM pressing. Sony. 2009.

Similar CDs

Similarly Requested CDs


Member CD Reviews

Kathleen L. (katlupe) from OXFORD, NY
Reviewed on 9/24/2006...
Good cd.

CD Reviews

Jeff Healey's Best Album
The Footpath Cowboy | Kingston, NY United States | 01/30/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"HELL TO PAY is Jeff Healey's best album ever. There are numerous great cuts here, including "Full Circle", "I Think I Love You Too Much", "Can't Get My Hands On You", the title song, "Highway Of Dreams, and numerous others. The one that cuts deepest is a remake of John Hiatt's "Let It All Go", which talks about how people can mess up their lives by staying angry at friends and family for years, and how it doesn't get you anywhere. The closer, "Life Beyond The Sky", describes the decay of modern society as seen through the eyes of a frequent exercise walker, and, overall, most of this album seems to be about life's lessons learned the hard way. If SEE THE LIGHT proved that disabilities don't have to prevent you from living a full life, HELL TO PAY makes that even more clear."
RIP, Jeff
John R. Jones Jr. | United States | 03/04/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Now that Jeff Healey has passed, his recordings are sure to get some attention that they may have not enjoyed while he was among the living - what an absolute pity - the man had talent to spare, and although his recording career proved inconsistent, it was more a testimony to his diverse muse than to a lack of vision. If you are curious about his work, "Hell To Pay" is probably the best place to start - blues/rock done right, with cutting guitar sympathizing perfectly with a broken heart. Hints of Clapton, shades of Jimmy Ray, soul brother of Johnny Winter, Jeff's style was still unique and does what a consistently strong blues/rock release does best - it "brings it on home to me". If blues/rock is your bag, this release ought to be in it - it is that good.

Rest easy, Jeff - you made the trip much better for a lot of us."