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MARC FORD Weary And Wired Provogue PRD72242 (2007)

Former Black Crowes guitarist Marc Ford releases his solo album 'Weary and Wired', an album on which he is joined by former Burning Tree band-mates Muddy and Doni Gray - 15 tracks which cover a number of styles.

Overall there is soulful, bluesy thread holding the album together- there are a couple of Crowes style instrumentals in 'Greazy Chicken' and 'The Big Callback', a bit of Brit-pop infused rock on 'Featherweight Dreamland', some deep down Southern style blues in 'The Same Thing' and even a touch of Tom Petty on 'Don't Come Around' and some old rock n roll, Chuck Berry style, with 'Bye Bye Suzy'.

This mix works extremely well and gives the album a good feel throughout, what Ford himself refers to as 'a more guitar based record'. 'Wired and Weary' is released in the UK in May when Marc Ford will be over here playing.


Review by Nikk Gunns

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***** Out of this world | **** Pretty damn fine |
*** OK, approach with caution unless you are a fan |
** Instant bargain bin fodder | * Ugly. Just ugly

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