Smith, Juzzie: Taking Time Out

SKU: 22137869
Juzzie Smith: Taking Time Out

Smith, Juzzie: Taking Time Out

SKU: 22137869

Format: CD

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Title: Taking Time Out
Artist: Smith, Juzzie
Label: Vitamin Records
UPC: 9323482010130
Genre: Rock

Taking Time Out is Juzzie Smith's 3rd album and follows on from the breakout success of his 2007 album Happy Daze. Both albums mark the journey of this virtuoso music man's quest to find integrity, love and balance in his art and life. As a young father and tired of smoke-filled late nights on the pub circuit Juzzie made a conscious decision to take his music to the people and the streets, by basking mostly at local markets on NSW north coast. Each time he played, the crowds got bigger. He has gone on to become a true grassroots phenomenon, selling thousands of CDs, and is now a festival circuit favorite, loved for his energetic and awe-inspiring live performances. His story is perfectly told in the album's delightful opening track 'La La' - Juzzie's deep resonant voice, his gorgeous guitar picking, bluesy harmonica and sublime melodies setting the tone for a stunning album. There are lush, evocative instrumental tracks like 'Gentle Ways' or 'Dreaming' and a surprising blues slide.


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