Re: Beth Hart / Joe Bonamassa - Don't Explain
Posted by: Laurent ()
Date: November 11, 2012 07:37PM

Totally agree with you. This can be said of many greats. Gary Moore and Brian May first come to mind. A great singer would have significantly enhanced their music (and possibly appeal, but that is less important as long as the music is great).

I personally would never have thought that these two (Beth/Joe) would mix well. They were made for each other. Brilliant. That will not make me fall in love with Bonamassa's playing otherwise though. I have a few of his CDs and they are good, but I can think of many players with a better balance between great vocals / guitar playing. His voice doesn't do it for me on a full album. I also do not think that Glenn Hughes was the right fit. Judging from his collaboration with Jimmy Barnes and Beth Hart, bluesier vocalists, with "raspy" / rough voices seem to gel well with his playing.

Navigate: Previous MessageNext Message
Options: ReplyQuote


SubjectViewsWritten ByPosted
Beth Hart / Joe Bonamassa - Don't Explain 392 Laurent 11/11/2012 04:43PM
Re: Beth Hart / Joe Bonamassa - Don't Explain 246 robaich 11/11/2012 05:18PM
Re: Beth Hart / Joe Bonamassa - Don't Explain219 Laurent 11/11/2012 07:37PM
Re: Beth Hart / Joe Bonamassa - Don't Explain 198 robaich 11/11/2012 07:40PM
Re: Beth Hart / Joe Bonamassa - Don't Explain 186 Someone-else 11/12/2012 02:39AM
Re: Beth Hart / Joe Bonamassa - Don't Explain 158 Laurent 11/12/2012 04:47PM
Re: Beth Hart / Joe Bonamassa - Don't Explain 174 totobob 11/12/2012 05:33PM
Re: Beth Hart / Joe Bonamassa - Don't Explain 103 Laurent 11/13/2012 04:01PM


Sorry, only registered users may post in this forum.
Powered by Phorum.

Disclaimer: melodicrock.com takes no responsibility for the contents of messages posted on this open forum, or for the sanity of those posting.