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Time Ain't Free

Time Ain't Free

Artist: Nick Moss

Details

Format: CD
Label: BLUE BELLA
Catalog: 1019
Genre: Blues/Jazz
Rel. Date: 03/18/2014
UPC: 800595101928

More Info:

Nick Moss has followed his heart from the very beginning of his 25-year career, faithfully and passionately playing traditional Chicago blues the way he learned from listening to and playing with the best. He widened his stylistic scope on the critically-acclaimed Privileged and Here I Am, stretching himself and challenging his devoted audience to hear him in a whole new way.

Reviews:

One listen to Time Ain't Free makes clear those records are fully-realized works, as well as mile markers on a journey to an ever-expanding idea of what is possible. From the rollicking opener She Wants It through the finale (Big Mike's) Sweet Potato Pie, we are treated to jams, grooves, ballads, shuffles, and blues. Nick's musical and career trajectory has been both upward and forward from the start, and Time Ain't Free is the exhilarating sound of a man accelerating into the future. Nick Moss has been nominated for 16 prestigious Blues Music Awards since 2002. Moss' 2007 release Play It 'Til Tomorrow was voted by critics as one of The Decade's Best Blues: 25 Great Albums That Defined the Past 10 Years in Blues Revue Magazine.