Powerhouse acoustic duo Rob Ickes (Dobro) and Trey Hensley (guitar) move beyond the acoustic-centric sound of their previous two releases on WORLD FULL OF BLUES. Working with GRAMMY-winning producer Brent Maher, the topical album juices up their sound with Hammond B3 and a horn section, with plenty of grit and a nod to the rootsy side of Americana. The album was recorded live with minimal overdubs; guests include blues great Taj Mahal, who provides his unmistakable mojo to the title track, and country music legend Vince Gill, who joins the GRAMMY-nominated duo on an inspired rendition of The Grateful Dead's moonshiner song, "Brown-Eyed Women."
Powerhouse acoustic duo Rob Ickes (Dobro) and Trey Hensley (guitar) move beyond the acoustic-centric sound of their previous two releases on WORLD FULL OF BLUES. Working with GRAMMY-winning producer Brent Maher, the topical album juices up their sound with Hammond B3 and a horn section, with plenty of grit and a nod to the rootsy side of Americana. The album was recorded live with minimal overdubs; guests include blues great Taj Mahal, who provides his unmistakable mojo to the title track, and country music legend Vince Gill, who joins the GRAMMY-nominated duo on an inspired rendition of The Grateful Dead's moonshiner song, "Brown-Eyed Women."
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Format: Vinyl
Label: COMP
Rel. Date: 10/04/2019
UPC: 766397474519

World Full Of Blues
Artist: Rob Ickes / Hensley,Trey
Format: Vinyl
New: Available to Order $23.99
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DISC: 1

1. Born with the Blues
2. Brown-Eyed Women (Feat. Vince Gill)
3. I'm Here But I'm Lonely
4. Thirty Days
5. World Full of Blues (Intro)
6. World Full of Blues (Feat. Taj Mahal) the Fatal Shore
7. Nobody Can Tell Me I Can't
8. There's Always Something to Remind Me of You
9. Suzanne 1
10. Both Ends of My Rainbow 1
11. Rugged Road

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Powerhouse acoustic duo Rob Ickes (Dobro) and Trey Hensley (guitar) move beyond the acoustic-centric sound of their previous two releases on WORLD FULL OF BLUES. Working with GRAMMY-winning producer Brent Maher, the topical album juices up their sound with Hammond B3 and a horn section, with plenty of grit and a nod to the rootsy side of Americana. The album was recorded live with minimal overdubs; guests include blues great Taj Mahal, who provides his unmistakable mojo to the title track, and country music legend Vince Gill, who joins the GRAMMY-nominated duo on an inspired rendition of The Grateful Dead's moonshiner song, "Brown-Eyed Women."