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John O’Leary Band CD Launch 7th August 2010 August 6, 2010

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John O’Leary Band CD Launch
7th August 2010
Zoom at the Moon
Half Moon Lane
Herne Hill, London SE24 9H
Ticket Line: 0208 761 9078
Herne Hill BR 1mn from venue (8mn from Victoria)
Also direct trains from Bromley, Sutton, Wimbledo
Buses: 3 (N3) Crystal Palace via HH to London
468 (N68) Croydon via HH to Elephant & Castle

About Acrobat

Acrobat has always had a powerful commitment to the blues, and has a large catalogue of historic and classic blues recordings. With our new Trapeze imprint, however, we will be looking to work with current working blues acts, and this is the first release in that series.

About John O’Leary

Harmonica wizard John O’Leary is a veteran of the British blues scene, having been a founder member back in the ‘60s of the Savoy Brown Blues Band, who developed British blues into a stadium rock attraction in the USA, and was a member of the John Dummer Blues Band and Mainsqueeze. He has often toured Europe over the years playing with visiting US blues luminaries. For the last couple of decades he has put together successive highly professional line-ups of European talent working clubs and festivals on a regular basis.

This 2-CD comprises the 2004 self-released studio album “Sins”, well-reviewed at the time of original issue, and a hitherto unreleased 2006 ‘live’ album recorded at Mr.Kyp’s club in Poole. The two albums present the top class musicianship of the outfits in the contrasting environments, and are a worthy showcase for one of the great names of British blues.

Disk 1

Early In The Morning

I’m Tired

Snatch It Back

Blue Water

Who’s Been Talking

Waiting For You

And Everything

House Of Ice

Black Cat Bone

Move Away

Chiswick Roundabout

Save My Soul

Disk 2

Born In Chicago

Snatch It Back

Early In The Morning

Butterfingers

Little By Little

Who’s Been Talking?

Black Cat Bone

Look On Yonder’s Wall

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