Label: Mobile Fidelity – MFSL 1-357 – 180 Gram Virgin Vinyl
AAA 100% Analogue – Numbered Limited Edition – Pressed at RTI
Pure Analogue Mastered by Kreig Wunderlich from the Original MasterTape at MFSL
Half-Speed Mastered on the Mobile Fidelity The Gain 2 Ultra Analog System
The Absolute Sound Super Disc List TAS Harry Pearson Super LP List
Gorgeous Vocal Inflections, Astonishing Acoustic Guitar Lines Possess Incredible Detail!
Self-Titled Major-Label Debut a Folk-Blues Classic! Pure Blues: National Steel Guitar Playing, Raw Harmonica Solos, Soulful Strumming Infuse Originals and Pair of Covers! In an age where most contemporary bluesmen strive to mimic the past and pattern their music after the greats, Keb’ Mo’ is content to be himself. Original, charismatic, and immensely gifted, the guitarist/vocalist (born Kevin Moore) brings country blues in the late 20th century on his stunning self-titled Epic debut, which quickly climbed the charts and turned the former backing instrumentalist into a household name.
Shuffles, ballads, dance songs-Mo nails them all. You owe it to yourself to hear this master musician in the finest possible sound. Every movement on the guitar fretboard, every breath Mo’ takes before exhaling words, every crisp and gutsy pluck of the strings-they have never possessed more dynamics, detail, or life. Imaging and soundstaging are incredible. Keb’ Mo’ remains one of the finest blues albums made in the post-Stevie Ray Vaughan era. Don’t miss this American gem that so many have since tried to copy.
Keb’ Mo’ remains one of the finest blues albums made in the post-Stevie Ray Vaughan era. Don’t miss this American gem that so many have since tried to copy.