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CD de audio , Audiolibro, CD, 13 jun 2011
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas NRBQ Is Back 5 de julio de 2011
Por Josh Norton - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio
NRBQ has finally resurfaced, following an extended hiatus. During that time Terry Adams was faced with health issues that required his full focus, and as a result Joey Spampinato, the other remaining original member of the band, decided that his musical destiny now lay in co-leading a band with his brother, being a sideman for his wife, Kami Lyle, and playing with Cape Cod's Rip It Ups. Once Terry's health permitted him to resume playing in public, he formed a group of his own, due to the above circumstances, calling it the Terry Adams Rock & Roll Quartet. Over time it became apparent that Joey was fully involved with the changes he had made during Terry's illness, and that he was no longer interested in continuing NRBQ with Terry. With that in mind, and with Tom Ardolino (who plays on two songs here) essentially in retirement due to his lack of interest in touring, Terry felt that the level of musicianship in his new quartet was such that it was appropriate for his new band to assume the mantle of NRBQ and its musical legacy.
And so we now have Keep This Love Goin', the first NRBQ album of new material in close to five years. The new members (Scott Ligon, Pete Donnelly and Conrad Choucroun) are gifted, enthusiastic and sensitive musicians, whose talents are in keeping with the NRBQ heritage without sacrificing their own individuality. The album's first song, Boozoo and Leona, is a tribure to one of Terry's favorite musicians, Boozoo Chavis, and it's a true evocation of the spirit of Boozoo's music. Pete (bass) and Conrad (drums) create an infectious groove here that's as smooth as anything you'll find these days. Keep This Love Goin', co-written by Terry, Scott and Pete, is in the tradition of the wonderful love songs NRBQ has recorded over the years, acknowledging the best records of the mid-sixties while adding the distinctive touches that have always marked an NRBQ recording. The same is true for both Here I Am and Let Go, each of which seems at times like a newly discovered track from the Beach Boys' Friends album. Sweet and Petite evokes a different era, sounding like an obscure R&B 45 from the fifties with its slightly goofy, street corner vocals. My Life With You, heard here in a vocal version, is a ballad by Terry that reflects his lifelong affection and affinity for Thelonious Monk, ans was originally recorded as an instrumental for David Greenberger's Duplex Planet Hour. In Every Dream, a rockabilly-ish recasting of the main theme from Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto No. 1 (this is an NRBQ album, after all), features a guitar solo by Scott that will conjure up fond memories of Al Anderson's playing for NRBQ fans. The Animal Life, written by Scott, is an upbeat celebration of the sensibilities of the various species with whom we share the planet, and is highlighted by an extremely catchy refrain. The album closes with Red's Piano, acknowledging Piano Red, another of Terry's musical heroes.
If you're a longstanding NRBQ fan, you'll find plenty of familiar (and therefore excellent) musical territory here, and you'll know it's an NRBQ album by how much it makes you smile.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Good Q, but missing Joey 14 de marzo de 2012
Por Nomda Ploom - Publicado en
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After reading several positive reviews, I took a chance on this one. After being a huge fan of the 'Q for some 30 years, I wanted to like it.....and I kinda did. It started off well enough, with the Terry Adams-infused Boozoo and Leona, and the next couple of songs had a great lightweight, Gary Lewis-Playboys flavor, that ultimately was just too lightweight. The banal lyrics and production couldn't compete with the best of the the Joey Spampinato songs that, juxtaposed against Adams' manic creations, helped make NRBQ so special for so long. So there were moments on this CD that harkened back to those days. It was almost like a tribute album. The musicians obviously did their homework; they knew their stuff. They recreated the sounded pretty well. But you can't catch lightning in a bottle. But maybe I'm missing the point. Maybe this is the new 'Q, and I'm wrong to want the old one. Probably so. At least we still have those CD's , too.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Tom Ardolino has died 15 de enero de 2012
Por J. Beteen - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio
Tom was the NRBQ drummer for a long time, but his health had stopped him from performing lately. He is responsible for drumming in 2 of the songs here and he did the cover art.

Tom died at 56 on January 6, 2012 in Springfield, Mass. He will be missed.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas The NEW Rhythm and Blues Quartet 19 de abril de 2013
Por S. Bottino - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio
No, this is not the NRBQ with Big AL or Joey S. or Johnny S....and please don't compare it to the Beatles without Paul or John, that's not the point. NRBQ's line-up has morphed and changed over the years and the "name" of the group kinda implies that. This album has Big Spirit, great songwriting, varied as a diner menu, with chops (musical) second to none. And check out Scott Ligon (Guitar AND singing-songwriting master) Pete Donnelly (bass/songwriter) and Conrad Choucron (Drums and definitely more than able to drive this mother of a band)...oh jeez, I'm forgetting Terry Adams...what can I say...ENERGY. So, uh, if you have to be convinced...this band is indeed worthy of the NRBQ name!
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Check this Out! 20 de mayo de 2011
Por james hertenstein - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio
My interest in this release comes by way of following the career path of Scott Ligon, central Illinois' own musical genius. This inter-generational collaboration with one of his own music heroes, Terry Adams, is nothing short of inspired and does the NRBQ legacy proud. In this barren cookie-cutter, Auto-Tuned " contemporary" musical landscape this stands apart as groovin", upbeat, happy, and tuneful. To quote Steve Martin " talking about music is like dancing about architecture ", so take it from someone ( me ) who has been actively seeking out feel-good music since 1963 and quit talkin' and start listenin' !!!

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