Keb Mo
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  1 x LP   180grs   33⅓rpm     Numbered -from original master tape- 

( 1994 ) 2011 MSFL US reissue numbered limited on 180gram vinyl Half-Speed Mastered from the Original Master Tapes =Keb' Mo's self-titled debut is an edgy, ambitious collection of gritty country blues. Keb' Mo' pushes into ne...

Label:  Mobiel Fidelity Sound Lab 
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Release date 10-11-2011 (Originally released in 1994)

2011 MSFL US reissue numbered limited on 180gram vinyl Half-Speed Mastered from the Original Master Tapes  = Keb' Mo's self-titled debut is an edgy, ambitious collection of gritty country blues. Keb' Mo' pushes into new directions, trying to incorporate some of the sensibilites of the slacker revolution without losing touch of the tradition that makes the blues the breathing, vital art form it is. His attempts aren't always successful, but his gutsy guitar playing and impassioned vocals, as well as his surprisingly accomplished songwriting, make Keb' Mo' a debut to cherish.

Gorgeous Vocal Inflections Astonishing Acoustic Guitar Lines Possess Incredible Detail -1994 SelfTitled MajorLabel Debut a Folk-Blues Classic Pure Blues National Steel Guitar Playing; Raw Harmonica Solos Soulful Strumming Infuse Originals and Pair of Covers.
this master musician in the finest possible sound Every movement on the guitar fretboard every breath Mo takes before exhaling words every crisp and gutsy pluck of the stringsthey have never possessed more dynamics detail or life Imaging and soundstaging are incredible

A1     Every Morning
A2     Tell Everybody I Know
A3     Love Blues
A4     Victims Of Comfort
A5     Angelina
A6     Anybody Seen My Girl
A7     She Just Wants To Dance

B1     Am I Wrong
B2     Come On In My Kitchen
B3     Dirty Low Down And Bad
B4     Don't Try To Explain
B5     Kindhearted Woman Blues
B6     City Boy

Recording: 1994 at Red Zone Studios (Burbank, CA.) by Joe McGrath and at Penguin Recording (Los Angeles) by John Strother
Production: John Porter

Keb’ Mo’, vocal, guitar, harmonica & banjo/
Tommy Eyre, keyboards/
James “Hutch” Hutchinson, bass/
Laval Belle, drums Quentin Dennard, drums on “Angelina” Tony Draunagel, percussion on “Come On In My Kitchen”

Keb Mo remains one of the finest blues albums made in the postStevie Ray Vaughan era Dont miss this American gem that so many have since tried to copy &nbsp

In an age where most contemporary bluesmen strive to mimic the past and pattern their music after the greats Keb Mo is content to be himself Original charismatic and immensely gifted the guitarist/vocalist born Kevin Moore brings country blues in the late 20th century on his stunning selftitled Epic debut which quickly climbed the charts and turned the former backing instrumentalist into a household name Replete with gritty textures closeup vocals and resplendent acoustics Mobile Fidelitys scintillating analog version of this 1994 set finally possesses the fidelity that brings Mos Delta strains out of the backwoods and onto a lively back porch

Halfspeed mastered from the original tapes this numbered limitededition 180g LP represents the very first time that Mos watershed album has been given a muchneeded sonic facelift Gone are the hazes that obscured his singing artificial ceilings that blunted the highs and digital fog that interfered with the multitude of illuminating tones details and notes Whats revealed is startling intimacy and soothing emotion Mos gorgeous vocal timbres and inflections given equal space with his guitar harmonica and pace Finally a greatsounding contemporary blues record that doesnt resort to derivative recycling and bland revivalism

The son of Southern parents Mo channels his heritage via a batch of superb folksy songs that relax refresh and regale While hes since traveled in a more commercialized poporiented direction Mos initial salvo is nothing but raw pure blues played with unbridled passion tremendous conviction and what is best deemed the essence of heart and soul Keb Mo engages with a compelling mix of tradition and modernity the headliner refraining from any attempt at assuming an artificial personality and instead basing his reputation on quality songs As such Mos material resonates with deep mellow vibes and extraordinary National steel guitar work which complements his fluid acoustic fingerpicking and soulful strumming

Mo occasionally teams with an ensemble But this record is mostly all about the basics guitar voice and harmonica Tunes such as Victims of Comfort and Angelina testify on behalf of his phenomenal countryblues songwriting his covers of Robert Johnsons Come On In My Kitchen and Kindhearted Woman Blues speak to his reverence for the past Shuffles ballads dance songsMo nails them all

Discs: 1
Drager(LP,EP,12,7,CD): LP
Qual(120grs,150grs,180grs): 180grs
Speed(33,45): 33
Extra info: Numbered -from original master tape-
Label: Mobiel Fidelity Sound Lab
Originally released: 1994
This release: 2011
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