Gary Dranow and The Manic Emotions, a blues rock trio hailing from Park City, Utah, have released a mesmerizing new track titled “Day I Was Born.” This electric blues rock gem showcases the band’s extraordinary talent, with Gary Dranow delivering a phenomenal blues guitar exorcism that leaves listeners craving for more.
The song kicks off with a count-in, leading into a standard blues rhythm that quickly transforms into an infectious boogie blues groove. The rhythm section, consisting of Jerry Manfredi and Jethro Defries, provides a solid foundation for Dranow’s outstanding soloing and riffing. The bass line is well-rounded and adds an extra layer of groove to the track, while the keyboard work of Tommy Mars (from Frank Zappa Band) adds a unique touch.
The arrangement of “Day I Was Born” is where the magic truly happens. The syncopated arrangement, featuring the organ and a mind-bending guitar solo, reminiscent of Duane Allman’s style, is nothing short of spectacular. Dranow’s soloing is a true highlight, with riffs that are as tasty as they are memorable, reminiscent of Eric Clapton’s legendary work on the classic Beano album.
“Day I Was Born” is a preview of Gary Dranow’s upcoming album “Destiny Road,” set to release in May, and it has us eagerly anticipating what’s to come. This blues rock masterpiece is a must-listen for any fan of the genre, and Gary Dranow and The Manic Emotions have truly outdone themselves with this sensational track.
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