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Lazer Lloyd - My Own Blues (2012)

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Lazer Lloyd - My Own Blues (2012)

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01. Keep Movin — 3:41
02. Good Man Down — 4:14
03. My Own Blues — 3:17
04. By Your Side — 4:08
05. Blues In Tel Aviv — 5:00
06. Preaching — 2:51
07. War — 3:30
08. Rolling — 6:37
09. Friday Night — 5:41
10. The Hope — 18:27

Lazer Lloyd – vocals, guitar
Moshe Davidson – bass
Elimelech Grundman - drums

 

Born Lloyd Paul Blumen in NY, Lazer moved at a young age to Connecticut with his parents. Eliezer Pinchas Blumen is his Hebrew name. Lazer is short for Eliezer and Lazer Lloyd is a combination of his Hebrew and English names. Growing up in Connecticut, at age fifteen, Lazer was already playing in night clubs along the Connecticut shoreline. One night in NY, Lazer played a gig with the legendary singing Rabbi, Shlomo Carlebach, who invited Lazer to play with him in Israel and he quickly decided to take his music to the Middle East in 1994. Once in Israel, Lazer joined Reva L’Sheva as their lead guitar player. With few blues fans in his new home country, Lazer became a trailblazer as he wrote and performed his own blues tunes mixed with the classics and built an audience for the blues in a country where it was an exotic delight. In 2014 and 2015 Lazer brought his blues act to the USA to rave reviews featuring great musicians such as on bass Johnny B. Gayden (Albert Collins and Johnny Winter) at his midwest shows and Ron Perry (John Lee Hooker) on bass on the west coast with his US based drummer Kenny Coleman of the Chicago Blues Kings, his Canadian band featured blues all-stars Gary Kendall and Mike Fitzpatrick from JUNO award winning Downchild. Following various solo and band projects, in 2011 he released a live blues album "Blues in Tel Aviv" and in 2012 his studio album, “My Own Blues”, was the Israeli Blues Society’s selection for Best Israeli Blues Album. In 2013 he released an acoustic blues album entitled “Lost on the Highway” on Blues Leaf Records. “Lost” got airplay and charted on radio all across the US as well as in Italy, Germany, England, and Scotland. --- embassies.gov.il

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