Bob Birthisel

Bob Birthisel

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Country - Rock | Lynchburg, Virginia, United States
Total Song Plays: 975   
Member Since: 2016
   Last Login: 11/29/2020
   Sounds Like: John Mayer, The Eagles

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Plays:

41

Song Description

Think Stevie Ray Vaughan meets Joe Bonamassa & Gregg Allman in a HOT BLUES JAM! This is all about players playing and letting the instruments talk back and forth in a Blues Conversation. Lots of dynamic kicks and plenty of hot licks, with Male vocal.

Story Behind the Song

This is a song about how instruments talk back and forth with one another better than people do.

Broadjam Member Reviews

great, I loved everything about this tune, recording was fantastic, story was fun and the performances were right tight, just really impressed with the quality here, FANTASTIC!

    - Barry Osbourn

Sounds like you are all having a great time on this track - great guitars and a really good vocal delivery - loved the backing vocals.
All instrumentation really strong - a definite top track any day of the week !

    - Laurence Watkins
Lyrics

People talk, but they don't say a word.
I'd rather listen to a Firebird, or when a
Les Paul chats with a Strat. They sound so good
you know I like it like that. Around midnight,
you hear them wail, like steppin' down on a
Hell-hound's tail.
Let's have a Blues Conversation.
A little Blues Conversation.
Lord have mercy, who's talkin' to me in a
Blues Conversation?

Another voice that sounds sweet to me,
Is when someone's jammin' on a Hammond B3.
Guitar & Organ with their ebb and flow -
back and forth and around they go.
They take their turns playin' rhythm and
lead. It's Blues Heaven, baby, yes indeed!
Let's have a Blues Conversation.
A little Blues Conversation.
Lord have mercy, who's talkin' to me in a
Blues Conversation?

You heard 'em sing, you heard 'em cry out loud.
The way they communicate makes me proud.
You heard 'em easy and you heard them rough.
But let me tell ya, child, I can't get enough.
'Cause when you listen, you hear them say:
"Keep talkin' Blues, brother, every day."
Let's have a Blues Conversation.
A little Blues Conversation. You gotta
give me what I wanna hear, a little
Blues Conversation. People gonna shout
when they let it all out and have a
Blues Conversation.
(LET IT OUT NOW, BOYS!)

Associated Videos

Video - Blues Conversation
Blues Conversation

Song about how Blues instruments talk back and forth in a Blues Conversation better than people do. Think Stevie Ray Vaughan meets Joe Bonamassa & Gregg Allman in a HOT BLUES THROWDOWN! It's all about players playing and letting it rip, with lots of dynamic kicks and plenty of hot licks.

Song Length
5:41
Genres
Blues - Modern, Blues - Rock
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
In High Spirits, Cheerful

Subject Matter
Musician, Happiness

Similar Artists
Stevie Ray Vaughan, Gregg Allman
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Robert P. Birthisel
Music Credits Robert P. Birthisel
Producer Credits Robert P. Birthisel
Publisher Credits Worldwide Birthisel Publishing (ASCAP)