Hey fellow bloggers, I know it's Sunday, but I needed to stop by and check out some of the insanity that materialized on our blog after posting on SpineArt on Friday. Imagine what happens when you look under a rock? For those that meekly attempt at berating TSB for censorship take note, as stated in the past, there is a no tolerance rule when it comes to denigrating someone's parents, spouses or children. With that said, let's move on to TSB's Album of the Week.
On May 22nd, Joe Bonamassa launched his baker's dozen album entitled, "Driving Towards the Daylight." If you haven't had the opportunity to delve in Blues/Rock, this album is a must. The title song was penned by Bonamassa and Danny "Kootch" Kortchmar formerly with The Section and the Flying Machine with a little unknown at the time named James Taylor. JB does a remake of Willie Dixon's "I Got All You Need," with guest vocalist Jimmy Barnes who performs a kick ass vocal on the remake of the '87 Barnes hit "Too Much Ain't Enough Love." Who ever said that a Scottish Australian didn't have soul? Check it out Spinebloggers. TSB wants to know if Too Much Ain't Enough Love to Satisfy Me?