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A New Day Now (20th Anniversary Edition)

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With A New Day Now, Joe Bonamassa revisits his debut album A New Day Yesterday. The American bluesman has even rerecorded his vocal parts. According to him, the reason behind this project relates to the lack of experience and rigour that can be heard on the original record. The first release by the young man, then aged 22, came ten years after his noteable performance as the support act for B.B. King and marked the beginning of his artistic blossoming. For Bonamassa, this retrospective album is also an homage to producer Tom Dowd, his former mentor whose demanding approach, both technically and musically, helped him to progress from a child prodigy to the best bluesman of his generation. © IF/Qobuz

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1
Cradle Rock
00:03:50

Rory Gallagher, Writer - Joe Bonamassa, MainArtist

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2
Walk In My Shadow
00:03:29

ANDY FRASER, Writer - Simon Kirke, Writer - Joe Bonamassa, MainArtist - Paul Rodgers, Writer - Paul Kossoff, Writer

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3
A New Day Yesterday
00:04:47

Ian Anderson, Writer - Joe Bonamassa, MainArtist

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4
I Know Where I Belong
00:05:40

Joe Bonamassa, Writer, MainArtist

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5
Miss You, Hate You
00:06:03

Richard Feldman, Writer - Joe Bonamassa, Writer, MainArtist

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6
Nuthin' I Wouldn't Do (For A Woman Like You)
00:05:55

Al Kooper, Writer - Joe Bonamassa, MainArtist

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7
Colour And Shape
00:04:30

Joe Bonamassa, Writer, MainArtist

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8
Headaches To Heartbreaks
00:05:00

Joe Bonamassa, Writer, MainArtist

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9
Trouble Waiting
00:03:30

Steve Tyrell, Writer - Joe Bonamassa, Writer, MainArtist - Stephanie Tyrell, Writer

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10
If Heartaches Were Nickels
00:06:02

Warren Haynes, Writer - Joe Bonamassa, MainArtist

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11
Current Situation
00:03:39

Joe Bonamassa, Writer, MainArtist

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12
Don't Burn Down That Bridge
00:04:23

Joe Bonamassa, MainArtist - Allen Jones, Writer - Carl Wells, Writer

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13
Hey Mona
00:04:56

Joe Bonamassa, Writer, MainArtist - Stevie Van Zandt, Writer

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14
I Want You
00:05:22

Joe Bonamassa, Writer, MainArtist - Stevie Van Zandt, Writer

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15
Line Of Denial
00:06:06

Joe Bonamassa, Writer, MainArtist - Stevie Van Zandt, Writer

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Album Description

With A New Day Now, Joe Bonamassa revisits his debut album A New Day Yesterday. The American bluesman has even rerecorded his vocal parts. According to him, the reason behind this project relates to the lack of experience and rigour that can be heard on the original record. The first release by the young man, then aged 22, came ten years after his noteable performance as the support act for B.B. King and marked the beginning of his artistic blossoming. For Bonamassa, this retrospective album is also an homage to producer Tom Dowd, his former mentor whose demanding approach, both technically and musically, helped him to progress from a child prodigy to the best bluesman of his generation. © IF/Qobuz

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