Hitman Blues Band

The World Moves On

The World Moves On by Hitman Blues Band
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For fans of:Derek Trucks, Johnny Winter, Mick Clarke, James Armstrong, Ronnie Baker Brooks
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  1. Bad Bad Man
  2. That's What It's Like To Be A Man
  3. Don't You Tempt Me
  4. Moving On
  5. Two Minute Warning
  6. The World Moves On
  7. Hammer Down
  8. Two Trains Running
  9. Catch-22 Blues
  10. Angel In The Shadows
  11. Jenny Goodbye
  12. I'm All About You
  13. Hoochie Koochie Man
Description

The Hitman Blues Band plays modern blues, which can be high energy, slow and soulful, or happy boogie. It’s modern/alternative blues - blues of the 21st century.

The World Moves On, performed by the New York based Hitman Blues Band, contains seven new original songs, one cover (done in the Hitman Blues Band style) and five reworked original songs. These reworked tunes have the Hitman Blues Band horn section added, and have been remixed and remastered.

The players feature such luminaries as Kevin Bents (Spin Doctors, Boz Scaggs, Phoebe Snow), Bernard “Pretty” Purdie (Aretha Franklin, Steely Dan, B.B. King, Joe Cocker – to name just a few), Bobby Forrester (Ruth Brown, Lena Horne), Ray Alexander (George Shearing, Stan Getz, Mel Torme), and Richard Crooks (Paul Simon, Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen), to name a few.

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Credits

Russell “Hitman” Alexander – Guitars, lead vocals
Kevin Bents – Keyboards
Mike Porter – Bass, Backup Vocals
Guy LaFountaine – Drums
Mikey Vitale – Tenor Sax
Nick Clifford – Bari Sax
Michael Snyder – Bari solo on “Jenny Goodbye”
Joanna Alexander, Nancy Hampton – Backup Vocals
Bernard Purdie – Drums 4
Ray Alexander – Vibes 4
Bobby Forrester – Keyboards 4
Johnny Gale – Bass 3,4
Richard Crooks – Drums 1,2,3,5
Seth Glassman – Bass 1,2,3,5
Murray Weinstock – Piano 1, 5
Kevin Rymer – Organ 1,2,3,5, Piano 3

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