MP3 Jose Luis Pardo - As the Years Go Passing By
Blues mixed with rock, country music and jump blues. All cut live in studio with two live songs. Blues guitar at it´s best.
15 MP3 Songs in this album (70:50) !
Related styles: BLUES: Blues-Rock, BLUES: Guitar Blues
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"The first time I saw José he knocked me off my feet. It´s really amazing to see a young kid play like the pro he really is..” Michael https://www.tradebit.com
“ …He´s a monster. It´s great for me to hear him play. He is one of the few that can really play and understand the blues…” Little Charlie Baty. USA.
“…to add more, besize his unique control of the guitar, Pardo showed off, as if he had been raised in the Mississippi Delta, an absolute familiarility with the songs of his set list, and a deep emotional connection with one universal language, the Blues, emerged 9000 kms north of his looted home ” Livin Blues Magazine (2006) USA
“… a real killer instinct when he recreates, with ferocious ease, classics of Robert Johnson, BB and Albert King, or even Chuck Berry, who is emulated by Pardo in the use of his Gibson. The argentine slinger dominates his guitar in an appalling way, with astonishing, versatile and furious skills.” Arantza Amezola ( 2007-09-28) Gara Newspaper ( Spain)
“…It seems that Jose can handle all subgenres of the blues with first class material,.. Jose Pardo and the Mojo Workers is a versatile blues band, they know how the blues should sound: sincerely and honest!...” Bobtje Blues Pages. Belgium
“... JL makes miracles with his guitar; a constant present to the listener” Phillip Le Guennec . France.
“…Serious Blues, the good one, if I may say, because that is what this boy of the southern half of the world, that without being neither black nor American ,generates when he attacks the six strings. It also makes you think that an Argentine like Jose Pardo can be a true Bluesman. Let’s be honest, pain and suffering do not lack there…. When Jose Pardo plays the Blues, he does it lovingly…” Claudio Gabis. Argentina
“…the energy of Michael Bloomfield, a great feel, and a total of at least 20 fingers..” Corky Siegel ( USA)
During 2007, argentine guitar blues Singer and guitarist, José Luis Pardo, has performed in the most important blues festivals of three continents, earning a well deserved reputation as one of the most important and attractive blues acts in the international blues circuit.
In April 2007, he played the Jacksonville Blues Fest in USA where he was specially asked to sit in with the legendary Muddy Waters Band to close the Festival. He was the only non-american act of the festival.
In July 2007, he was the great revelation of Blues Cazorla, Spanish most important fest, and one of Europe´s finest.
In January 2008, he was the leader of the Southamerican Band, in the Festival de Blues de Santiago de Chile, the most important blues festival of South America, organized by the Blues Foundation itself. Pardo was the only guitar player of all South America in this Festival.
The talented 26 year old musician, has already toured Memphis, Chicago, New York, Florida, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Spain, Portugal, France etc. He has two cds and one Dvd pusblished and he is the only guitar player from South America endorsed by legendary guitar company, GIBSON.
Altough he had recorded with the " Albert King Tribute Band" and other bands, "As the years go passing by" is his first solo recording.
This CD was recorded and first published in 2004. During 2007 it was re-mixed, mastered and released thanks to Chas Park Music, Argentina.