Pure Rhythm & Blues From Ben Poole On Time Might Never Come
Today’s #TrackOfTheDay comes from an album that dropped just yesterday on Manhaton Records – Time Has Come by Ben Poole. Ben has been flying since his Live At The Royal Albert Hall album, we were lucky to catch him on his double-header tour with Stevie Nimmo a couple of months back. You can find that review by clicking here. The album has already had some fantastic reviews, and the young man will no doubt get another good one from us in the next couple of weeks.
Time Might Never Come has a nice slow rhythm with a real mellow mood – it is exactly what the doctor ordered on a late Friday night/early Saturday morning. The album is best in its slow moments and this track, undoubtedly the centrepiece of the album, does not disappoint. An eight minute thriller, the track remembers its tempo and resists all urges at the guitar solos to attempt to become a classic rock masterpiece. The track stays classy, and you will need a classy cocktail and a darkened room to listen to it.
Ben is growing in popularity and this should be his best performing cd yet, his earlier efforts before Live At The Royal Albert Hall were not promoted widely enough to find the audience he deserves. You could call this the breakthrough album for Ben, what do you think? Join in with the discussion today and tell us your opinion by adding a comment below.
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