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View Poll Results: Best Joe Bonamssa album.
A New Day Yesterday (2000) 0 0%
So, It's Like That (2002) 0 0%
Blues Deluxe (2003) 0 0%
Had to Cry Today (2004) 0 0%
You & Me (2006) 0 0%
Sloe Gin (2007) 1 25.00%
The Ballad of John Henry (2009) 1 25.00%
Black Rock (2010) 0 0%
Dust Bowl (2011) 2 50.00%
Don't Explain - Featuring Beth Hart (2011) 0 0%
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Old 02-09-2012, 08:03 PM   #1
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Best Joe Bonamassa album?

Which do you think is the best album Joe Bonamassa has recorded so far?
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Re: Best Joe Bonamassa album?

Joe is really hit or miss for me as a solo artist. Some songs I absolutely love but others are too "guitar for the sake of guitar" for my tastes. The albums that I particularly like are Sloe Gin (my favourite overall) and Black Rock. I didn't really care for his latest: Dust Bowl. His album with Beth Hart is pretty good.
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Re: Best Joe Bonamassa album?

"Live From Nowhere In Particular" is excellent, too. From the list, I'd say "John Henry", though I haven't heard them all.
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Joe is really hit or miss for me as a solo artist. Some songs I absolutely love but others are too "guitar for the sake of guitar" for my tastes. The albums that I particularly like are Sloe Gin (my favourite overall) and Black Rock. I didn't really care for his latest: Dust Bowl. His album with Beth Hart is pretty good.
I thought Dust Bowl was his best. It's an album with a lot feel to it as far as atmosphere goes. The songs are still good, but he sounds like is coming into his own more. Dust Bowl sounds like a progression of The Ballad of John Henry song. In fact, it feels more like a follow up to that album than Black Rock does. I like what Stephen Thomas Erlewine said.... He said the album has a smoky Black Keys vibe and I think that's what pushes it over his other albums for me.
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