I'd like to recommend...
Sun May 4 19:51:10 EDT 2008
Ever since I first heard Curtis Salgado sing "Salt In My Wounds" (off his More Than You Can Chew release) and then finally live, I've dug him as a soulful, gritty vocalist, but then some of his other recorded stuff wasn't gettin' it for me either. I do have a CD I've really enjoyed often over the years called Hit It N Quit It (1997) with Salgado and talented NW guitarist Terry Robb and some other players. This more acoustic edged CD has some real solid gems and I recommend it.
BTW, I'm gonna miss y'all at the BMA's... waaah! Can't believe I'm not going. But feel blessed I've got gigs and do hafta pay da bills... oh that!
> Date: Sun, 4 May 2008 17:58:54 -0400
> From: cnevitt@HOTMAIL.COM
> Subject: Re: I'd like to recommend...
> To: BLUES-L@LISTS.NETSPACE.ORG
> It seems like the 2 times that I saw him he was singing with Roomful Of
> Blues back in the early 90s, and I liked him a lot. Later on I listened to a
> couple of the records under his own name, and while not bad, they didn't do
> as much for me. chuck
> On Sun, 4 May 2008 16:26:29 -0400, Walter Potter
>>We got it down here in Tallahassee a couple of weeks ago except we got
>>Curtis Salgado instead of Portnoy. I have to say that was the first time
>>Salgado actually connected with me. He really sang his butt off. The
>>times before I could take him or leave him.
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