"A Day In Nashville", the new album by the four times Grammy-nominated musician Robben Ford's
"A Day In Nashville" Robben Ford's latest work. One can confidently this album for several reasons described as "old school". On a single day, the talented blues singer and guitarist took the full album on what is now an absolute exception.
"This is something no longer makes you actually nine songs, so much new music -. normally takes a lot of time. I sat down, picked up demos on which I sang and played acoustic guitar and sent it to my band. I thought if we could pull it, that would be something! " This he did, along with the five outstanding musicians Audley Freed (guitar, Black Crowes), Ricky Peterson (keyboards, David Sanborn), Brian Allen (bass, Jason Isbell), Wes Little (drums, Sting) and Barry Green ( trumpet,. Tony Bennett) "A Day In Nashville" is an album which can not be pigeonholed, despite the red blue thread which runs through the whole album through, each song develops into its own musical direction, and so is. a potpourri of blues, jazz, acoustic and R & B elements created them. "A Day In Nashville" was recorded in the legendary Studio Sound Kitchen in Nashville, the atmosphere there was also an influence on this work. Many famous artists like Dolly Parton, The Dixie Chicks, Tim McGraw and many more swarm in the skies of this studio and Robben Ford fits seamlessly into the series. "It is not easy to do that, what we could in one day have made, but the atmosphere there helped us a lot. It was a great experience. " "A Day in Nashville" is the perfect follow up to "Bringing It Back Home", although Ford has this time written seven of the nine songs themselves. "I enjoy other songs in my own version to take, but now I wanted to write yourself again new pieces. " Robben Ford is now one of the senior oldest electric guitar player, primarily known for the blues he plays it, as well as his ability to feel comfortable in a variety of musical contexts. An important and essential part of Robben Ford's career is that he incredibly committed to protecting the, what he has learned over the past 40 years, also to convey to future musicians and teach them.