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Redemption

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One, two, three! That’s right, three albums in a single year for Joe Bonamassa! Following his collaboration with Beth Hart on Black Coffee and his British Blues Explosion Live, the Gibson man absolves himself of his sins with a thirteenth studio album: Redemption. Here we find a collection of original tracks that, before going around the world, went around countless recording studios! Nashville, Sydney, Las Vegas and Miami all played a part in the creation of this album produced by Kevin Shirley. The album opens with an evil blues-rock influenced by rockabilly styles (Evil Mama), then later on we have a sensually groovy saxophone on Pick Up The Pieces and a melancholy tune on acoustic guitar (Stronger Now In Broken Places), as Bonamassa clears his conscience. With Tom Hambridge, James House, Gary Nicholson, Richard Page and legendary Dion DiMucci, he offers a twelve-track redemption that could stand the test of time. Looking past his technical skill, Joe Bonamassa’s song-writing ability truly shines through on this album. © Anna Coluthe/Qobuz

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1
Evil Mama
00:05:28

Kevin Shirley, Writer - Joe Bonamassa, Writer, MainArtist - Tom Hambridge, Writer

© 2018 J&R Adventures ℗ 2018 J&R Adventures

2
King Bee Shakedown
00:04:21

Kevin Shirley, Writer - Joe Bonamassa, Writer, MainArtist - Tom Hambridge, Writer

© 2018 J&R Adventures ℗ 2018 J&R Adventures

3
Molly O'
00:06:05

Kevin Shirley, Writer - Joe Bonamassa, Writer, MainArtist - Tom Hambridge, Writer

© 2018 J&R Adventures ℗ 2018 J&R Adventures

4
Deep In The Blues Again
00:04:45

Kevin Shirley, Writer - Joe Bonamassa, Writer, MainArtist - Tom Hambridge, Writer

© 2018 J&R Adventures ℗ 2018 J&R Adventures

5
Self-Inflicted Wounds
00:06:35

James House, Writer - Kevin Shirley, Writer - Joe Bonamassa, Writer, MainArtist

© 2018 J&R Adventures ℗ 2018 J&R Adventures

6
Pick Up The Pieces
00:03:55

James House, Writer - Joe Bonamassa, Writer, MainArtist

© 2018 J&R Adventures ℗ 2018 J&R Adventures

7
The Ghost Of Macon Jones
00:05:24

James House, Writer - Joe Bonamassa, Writer, MainArtist

© 2018 J&R Adventures ℗ 2018 J&R Adventures

8
Just 'Cos You Can Don't Mean You Should
00:06:39

Joe Bonamassa, Writer, MainArtist - Tom Hambridge, Writer

© 2018 J&R Adventures ℗ 2018 J&R Adventures

9
Redemption
00:05:56

Dion DiMucci, Writer - James House, Writer - Richard Page, Writer - Kevin Shirley, Writer - Joe Bonamassa, Writer, MainArtist

© 2018 J&R Adventures ℗ 2018 J&R Adventures

10
I've Got Some Mind Over What Matters
00:05:49

James House, Writer - Joe Bonamassa, Writer, MainArtist

© 2018 J&R Adventures ℗ 2018 J&R Adventures

11
Stronger Now In Broken Places
00:04:33

Gary Nicholson, Writer - Joe Bonamassa, Writer, MainArtist

© 2018 J&R Adventures ℗ 2018 J&R Adventures

12
Love Is A Gamble
00:05:13

Gary Nicholson, Writer - Joe Bonamassa, Writer, MainArtist

© 2018 J&R Adventures ℗ 2018 J&R Adventures

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One, two, three! That’s right, three albums in a single year for Joe Bonamassa! Following his collaboration with Beth Hart on Black Coffee and his British Blues Explosion Live, the Gibson man absolves himself of his sins with a thirteenth studio album: Redemption. Here we find a collection of original tracks that, before going around the world, went around countless recording studios! Nashville, Sydney, Las Vegas and Miami all played a part in the creation of this album produced by Kevin Shirley. The album opens with an evil blues-rock influenced by rockabilly styles (Evil Mama), then later on we have a sensually groovy saxophone on Pick Up The Pieces and a melancholy tune on acoustic guitar (Stronger Now In Broken Places), as Bonamassa clears his conscience. With Tom Hambridge, James House, Gary Nicholson, Richard Page and legendary Dion DiMucci, he offers a twelve-track redemption that could stand the test of time. Looking past his technical skill, Joe Bonamassa’s song-writing ability truly shines through on this album. © Anna Coluthe/Qobuz

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