Complete your Dave Hole collection. Every Girl I See. 3:45. Short Fuse Blues (LP, Album).
Short Fuse Blues is the debut album by Australian blues singer and guitarist Dave Hole, released in 1990. The album was recorded over three days at Planet Studios in Perth, Western Australia. It was financed and produced by Hole. Alligator Records signed Hole as their first non-US artist in 26 years and re-released the album in 1992. Keep Your Motor Running" - Dave Hole (3:44). The Bottle" Dave Hole (4:40). Short Fuse Blues" Dave Hole (5:15). Every Girl I See" Willie Dixon & M Murphy (3:45).
Short Fuse Blues 5:16. Every Girl I See 3:46. The Sun Is Shining 5:10. You can download here blues music in few minutes. And, of course, the fans of jazz can also download on this site jazz music on their PC, smartphones and other gadgets. Jazz and blues mp3 archives are shown on the landing page. So you can choose the music genre and then singer or band.
Dave Hole's American debut album is a stunning display of slide guitar pyrotechnics. Hole runs through a dizzying array of licks and solos, pulling out a variety of different tones and textures from his guitar. He can play it straight and greasy, or spooky, tough and gritty, or subtle and melodic - his technique is quite impressive. Although the songs themselves are occasionally weak, Short Fuse Blues is essentially a guitar record, so the songs don't matter as much as the playing. And the playing is superb throughout.
BPM Profile Short Fuse Blues. Album starts at 130BPM, ends at 126BPM (-4), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Dave Hole.
Dave Hole album Short Fuse Blues. Listen to the songs from album Short Fuse Blues.
Short Fuse Blues' biggest drawback is its raw songwriting. There aren't a lot of egalitarian arrangements or daring compositions, and though this is less loaded with 12 bar blues as some of his later work, it's easy to spot which songs are covers, which are reappropriated standard blues frameworks, and which compositions are truly inspired. Some very punctuating post-choruses eventually lead into a full-on bass solo/breakdown, which then moves into one of Hole's most tense yet playful solos. More boisterous moments like the extended solo on Every Girl I See further aid to his image as more confident and fiery competitor in the blues scene, even as the song itself is a cover and shows that Hole knows and respects his roots. The album's recording turnaround has been disputed, but even if I hadn't been told it was all done in about three days, you can tell by the production.
ALBUM, TITLE: Short Fuse Blues. Release year, date: 1992. STYLE: Blues, Blues Rock. 01. Keep Your Motor Running 02. The Bottle 03. Short Fuse Blues 04. Every Girl I See 05. Something Fine 06.
|A1||Keep Your Motor Running||3:44|
|A3||Short Fuse Blues||5:15|
|A4||Every Girl I See||3:45|
|B2||The Sun Is Shinning||5:10|
|B4||Take A Swing||6:28|
|B5||Dark Was The Night (Cold Was The Ground)||2:16|
|B6||Truckload Of Lovin'||4:01|
|PRD 70362||Dave Hole||Short Fuse Blues (CD)||Provogue||PRD 70362||Europe||1992|
|DHCD2||Dave Hole||Short Fuse Blues (CD, Album)||Not On Label||DHCD2||Australia||1990|
|70361||Dave Hole||Short Fuse Blues (LP, Album)||Provogue||70361||Netherlands||1990|
|IROND CD 04-DD204||Dave Hole||Short Fuse Blues (CD)||Irond||IROND CD 04-DD204||Russia||2004|
|PRL 70361||Dave Hole||Short Fuse Blues (LP, Album)||Provogue||PRL 70361||Netherlands||1990|