Ronnie Earl And The Broadcasters - Peace Of My Mind (1990)

Ronnie Earl And The Broadcasters - Peace Of My Mind (1990)
Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters - Peace Of My Mind (1990)
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Modern Electric Blues | Label: Black Top | # CD BT 1060 | Time: 00:48:20

One of the finest blues guitarists to emerge during the '80s, Ronnie Earl often straddled the line between blues and jazz, throwing in touches of soul and rock as well. His versatility made him one of the few blues guitarists capable of leading an almost entirely instrumental outfit, and his backing band the Broadcasters became one of the more respected working units in contemporary blues over the course of the '90s, following Earl's departure from Roomful of Blues. In 1988, Earl formed his own band which he called The Broadcasters. The band was named after one of the first Fender guitars, distributed in 1950, which originally had been labeled The Broadcaster. The first group of Broadcasters included Darrell Nulisch (vocalist), Jerry Portnoy (harmonica), Steve Gomes (bass), and Per Hanson (drums). In 1988 they released their first album, Soul Searchin, followed by Peace of Mind in 1990.

01. I Want To Shout About It (3:33)
02. I Wish You Could See Me Now (3:35)
03. Peace Of Mind (5:24)
04. T-bone Boogie (3:50)
05. Wayne's Blues (5:34)
06. Bonehead Too (3:14)
07. More Than I Deserve (3:57)
08. Can't Keep From Crying (3:40)
09. I Cried My Eyes Out (2:53)
10. No Use Crying (4:49)
11. Stickin' (3:44)
12. Wayward Angel (4:07)

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