8 thoughts on “ In Too Deep - Dave Specter - Live In Chicago (CD, Album) ”

  1. The CD contains four instrumentals and two songs by each of the guest vocalists. Tracks include: Boss Funk, What Love Did to Me, What's Your Angle, Feel So Bad, Out on the Road, in Too Deep, Angel and more. DVD with more tracks also available in the DVD new release section. Review. An impressive live recording/video.4/5(6).
  2. Live In Chicago album for sale It is a combination of covers and originals performed with a touch of my own personal \"weirdness\" thrown in. \" Jim, in his early years, was a successful Singer/Actor/Musician with a long and solid list of performance credits, including a national tour with the Broadway show "Hair", performances at Radio City Music Hall and as an opening act .
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  4. Specter has finely developed his Chicago blues guitar technique by performing with Barkin’ Bill and Son Seals for many years. The year veteran of the Chicago scene admits to having a preference to record and play live. This disc was recorded live in August at Legends and Rosa’s.
  5. Label: Delmark Records - DE ,Delmark Records - • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Blues • Style: Electric Blues Dave Specter With Jimmy Johnson, Tad Robinson, Sharon Lewis - Live In Chicago (, CD) | Discogs/5(4).
  6. This is a great live blues album. Dave Specter is one of the better current modern day artist keeping the Chicago Blues sound alive and well. Dave has a sound that is blues at its core, but a touch jazzy (check out the openning instrumental). While Dave doesn't sing he brings in lots of help with the likes of Tab Robinson, Jimmy Johnson and Sharon Lewis all providing vocal 4/5(6).
  7. In Too Deep By Dave Specter, Sharon Lewis. • 1 song, Play on Spotify. 1. In Too Deep - Dave Specter, Sharon Lewis. Featured on Live in Chicago. More by Dave Specter. Blues from the Inside Out. Message in Blue. Spectified. Speculatin' Left Turn On Blue. More Dave Specter. Listen to Dave Specter now.
  8. Lewis weighs in with some viewpoints of her own on her two originals "In Too Deep" and "Angel". In Specter's universe, T-Bone Walker is one of the most underrated jazz cats ever while Jimmy McGriff may as well be a blues prophet. You can hear more of this blues-jazz continuum (with a touch of old-style funk) on Live in Chicago.

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