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Can't Get Enough: The Rides


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Separated in age by a musical generation but bonded by a mutual love of classic cars and the blues, two time Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Stephen Stills and five-time Grammy nominated singer, guitarist and songwriter Kenny Wayne Shepherd draw fire from their extraordinary collective histories--and join forces with famed Chicago rock/blues keyboardist Barry Goldberg--to blaze a fresh trail for ... Read more in Amazon's The Rides Store

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  • Audio CD (August 27, 2013)
  • Original Release Date: 2013
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: 429 Records
  • ASIN: B00BQ1D7BQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (136 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,965 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Road House
2. That's a Pretty Good Love
3. Don't Want Lies
4. Search and Destroy
5. Can't Get Enough of Loving You
6. Honey Bee
7. Rockin' In The Free World
8. Talk To Me Baby
9. Only Teardrops Fall
10. Word Game

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Two time Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Stephen Stills and five-time Grammy nominated guitarist, songwriter and singer Kenny Wayne Shepherd may be separated by a musical generation, but they are bonded by a mutual love of the blues. When they joined forces with famed Chicago rock/blues keyboardist Barry Goldberg and formed The Rides, their extraordinary collective histories proved to be unparalleled - blazing a 21st Century trail for the historical American art form. Launching an exciting new chapter in each of their storied careers, the trio's new band is further powered by the explosive rhythm section of bassist Kevin McCormick and Shepherd's longtime drummer Chris Layton (also a veteran of the legendary Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble). Their 429 Records debut, Can't Get Enough features the new single Don't Want Lies and showcases a hard hitting mix of Stills-Goldberg-Shepherd penned blues/rock originals as well as some classic blues tunes. Also included are brilliant interpretations of Muddy Waters, Honey Bee, Elmore James and blistering twists on Stills' favorite Neil Young anthem & Rockin' In The Free World as well as the Iggy Pop & The Stooges early 70s classic Search and Destroy.


The Rides embark on their first US tour this fall!

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This is a great cd for all blues fans.
V. Vera
It's a great album and I'd recommend it to all fans of Kenny Wayne Shepherd.
Don
I love every single song that is on this album.
Snick

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36 of 38 people found the following review helpful By o dubhthaigh VINE VOICE on September 2, 2013
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There are no ifs, ands or buts about this disc, this continues the trajectory Stills has been on since 2005's Man Alive. That disc signaled Stills had recovered his voice, his creativity as a guitar player and his prowess as a songwriter. Live at Shepherd's Bush documented a man in full control of all of his amazing powers. Add to that this intrepid blues/rock work out and you have a man not just playing to his strengths but enhancing them.
Lord knows what all the backstage dramas are involved with getting a beast like CSN or worse, CSNY, out of its cave, and there were horrific rumours of them doing a covers album (no one needs Stills or Crosby wimping out a la Peter Gabriel, and Croz is about to cut loose again anyway), but at some point, Stills must have decided he owed it to himself first to see what was in the tank.
There's plenty. He sounds great, he plays even better than he has of late. Jerry Harrison has done a terrific job on the production. And in Kenny Wayne Shephard, Barry Goldberg on keys and the former SRV rhythm section of Chris Layton on drums and Tommy Shannon on bass, this is a band on fire, tapping the source and not letting it go. Because he isn't trying to be all things that Stills can be to all people, but has focused his energy in a direction in which he excels, Stills is simply a master at the top of his game. There isn't a weak track on the record. Shepherd is a brilliant partner to Stills, as is Goldberg and the rest of the band, but The Rides got them one driver and he has let this engine roar.
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27 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Christopher W. Lane on September 5, 2013
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A few things about me:

1. I never review stuff on amazon.com.
2. I am old enough to have seen Jimi Hendrix live before he died.
3. I have heard a LOT of music.

That out of the way, this is one of the best records I have heard in a long, long time. With few exceptions, most of the stuff being released these days is dreck. The Rides are the real thing on the other hand. I just wish it was longer. Buy without fear and enjoy.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Funknpunk on September 6, 2013
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A fine collaboration of artists representing decades of musical accomplishments. Seems like only yesterday that Kenney Wayne and Johnny Lang were the new young guitar slingers on the block. Stills career is as varied and fascinating as anybody else's in the music industry. Goldberg flew the Electric Flag, co-wrote "I've Got To Use (My Imagination") and learned (literally) at the feet of the original Chicago blues masters. There are so many good things on this set and even a few great moments but I do have one complaint and it has nothing to do with the quality of these songs. I purchased the CD release from Amazon then afterward discovered that BEST BUY was selling an exclusive CD/DVD with 3 bonus songs ("High Voltage", an edit of "Honey Bee", and an acoustic version of "Don't Want Lies") . I must say the BEST BUY bonus versions of "Don't Want Lies" along with the instrumental "High Voltage" are worth the extra cash on their own. Two years ago Stills contributed a song "Low Barefoot Tolerance" to the soundtrack release of a documentary entitled "Wretches And Jabberers" dealing with children afflicted with autism. You can hear when an artist transcends from just entertaining to creating something personal and meaningful. "Low Barefoot Tolerance" is such a song and this acoustic version of "Don't Want Lies" is the other side of that same coin. Stills has always been reticent from revealing what goes on in his personal life but here he offers a glimpse,and truth be told this bonus cut should have been included on the regular release. It's Stills at his best and easily stands up with any other songs in his catalogue. Kudos to Goldberg and KWS who along with Stills have created a work of art that they can be proud of. But if you want the best, purchase the BEST BUY release.
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Bodhi Heeren on August 27, 2013
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A beautiful collaboration between the legendary Stephen Stills, younger blues man Kenny Wayne Shepherd and veteran keyboard player Barry Goldberg (Electric Flag). Originally marketed as a tribute to the famed "Super Session" (where both Stills and Goldberg participated) but actually it's more a fine, competent blues-rock album with not that much real jamming.

The repertoire is vast spanning from Muddy Waters to Iggy Pop plus a few newly written songs. And some poignant political statements - certainly worth repeating and more actual than ever - in the form of "Rockin' In The Free World" and Stills' "Word Game".

As expected the musicianship is beyond reproach although rarely cathing fire. Sheperd is definitely a fine blues musician. But it's the tracks where Stills steps to the mic and lets his gruffy voice and inspired guitar loose that the album lifts up in a higher stratosphere.

Always nice to hear from Stills but The Rides will probably mostly be seen as a footnote to the ongiong legacy of CSN(Y).
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Snick on September 17, 2013
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I love every single song that is on this album. This album brings back a lot of great memories. I listen to this most mornings on my way to work.
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