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Need You So Bad - Aynsley Lister - Aynsley Lister (CD, Album)

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  1. Finally available in the States in , this was U.K. blues-rock guitarist Aynsley Lister's second European album, released in his homeland back in No reasons are given as to the five-year delay, but since this style of music doesn't change substantially from 7/
  2. Apr 07,  · His eighth studio album, Eyes Wide Open seals Aynsley Lister's reputation for adroitly blending blues and rock, pop and even a smattering of soul. Hooky melodies dovetail seamlessly with blazing blues solos that are as passionate as they are tasteful. Like every musician of weight, this album also reveals Aynsley's ability to tell a story/5(46).
  3. British blues guitarist Aynsley Lister began his professional musical career as a prodigy, gigging in bar bands starting at the age of When he released his debut, Messin' with the Kid, in , he had just turned 20, roughly the same age as such transatlantic peers as Jonny Lang and Kenny Wayne Shepherd. Lister didn't immediately cross the Atlantic, but he eventually got there.
  4. Ian Siegal featuring Aynsley Lister and Duncan Moules: Ian Siegal featuring Aynsley Lister and Duncan Moules - Ian Siegal Live At The Navigation Waterfront ‎ (Cass, Album) Tasty Records (11) none: UK: Sell This Version.
  5. Need Her So Bad Lyrics: Well did you ever quit a woman / Well then you realised that you need her so bad / Did you ever, quit a woman / Well then you realised that you need her so bad / Now she.
  6. Some albums sound the same all the way through and by the time you've listened to a few tracks you're bored. Aynsley's albums are blues oriented. Some tracks are blues/rock acoustic, soulful blues, blues and in some cases non blues, but still very good/5(23).
  7. In they signed a record deal and Lister recorded his first major album, Aynsley Lister, produced by Jim Gaines. The tracks were primarily Lister compositions, and the album featured a guest appearance by Walter Trout. The album led to him touring Europe and working with some of the top current blues players.

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