Chris Jagger – All The Best (2018) [FLAC]

Chris Jagger - All The Best (2018) [FLAC] Download

Release Name: Chris_Jagger-All_The_Best-(538264480)-CD-FLAC-2018-WRE
Artist: Chris Jagger
Album: All The Best
Genre: Blues
Year: 2018
Tracks: 16
Duration: 00:58:54
Size: 386.44 MB

2017 collection from Chris Jagger, brother of The Rolling Stones’ Mick! Chris has picked all the best tracks from his recordings over the past twenty years and put them into this set for his fans and music lovers who like a good deal. There are a lot of rockers, duets with Sam Brown and Mick Jagger and some great guitar playing by David Gilmour, Ed Deane and Kit Morgan who features in the newest track ‘Avalon Girls’ made especially for this year’s Glastonbury Festival where Chris is playing. A lot of thought and work has gone into the production so we hope you enjoy it as much as we did putting it together.


King King – Exile & Grace (2017)

King King - Exile & Grace (2017) Download

Release Name: King_King-Exile_and_Grace-CD-FLAC-2017-NBFLAC
Artist: King King
Album: Exile & Grace
Genre: Blues
Year: 2017
Tracks: 9
Duration: 00:39:16
Size: 276.63 MB

“THE BEST BLUES/ROCK BAND IN THE WORLD” – Pete Francis (BLUES ROCK REVIEW). Incredibly, Exile & Grace is the fourth studio album to come from Alan Nimmo and the band, King King. Across this progression the band has grown and matured with both the quality of their songs as well as the way the band perform live which easily explains the slew of awards they have received at the British Blues Awards in 2016. The live DVD they released that same year cemented their reputation for their concert performances as well as the excellent guitar playing from their kilt wearing front man. This is an important album for the band in order to consolidate their place and it doesn’t disappoint, it is probably their most commercial and accessible too. Kicking off with the lead single, (She Don’t) Gimme No Lovin’ with it’s Thunder-ous groove has given them a sure fire radio hit. The album is a cracker; current King King fans will love it but it also opens them up to a wider audience because it drips in that 70’s classic rock sound and style (Thunder, Whitesnake, Bad Company) albeit with a modern feel.