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Aynsley Lister - Home album flac

  • Performer: Aynsley Lister
  • Album: Home
  • FLAC: 1169 mb | MP3: 1344 mb
  • Released: 2013
  • Country: UK
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 867
Aynsley Lister - Home album flac


Inside Out
You Make It Real
Feeling Good
Hyde 2612
Straight Talkin' Woman


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
STR 2612 Aynsley Lister Home ‎(CD, Album, Dig) Straight Talkin' Records STR 2612 UK 2013
STR 2612 Aynsley Lister Home ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Straight Talkin' Records STR 2612 Russia 2013

Aynsley nailing the title track off his new album "Home" to be released later in the year - but you can get it at all his shows, if you can't wait.

Album · 2013 · 12 Songs.

Band Name Aynsley Lister. Released date 08 July 2013. Labels Straight Talkin' Records. Music StyleBlues Rock. Members owning this album0.

Home ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial). Straight Talkin' Records (2). STR 2612.

Aynsley Lister, Leicestershire.

Aynsley Lister (born 14 November 1976 in Leicester, England) is a British blues-rock guitarist/singer and songwriter. Lister started playing guitar at 8 and played his first concert in a bar band at the age of 13. He had learned guitar by playing along to his father's old 45s of Freddie King, John Mayall and Eric Clapton. By the time he was 18, having already been in several bands, he formed his own, which recorded two albums Messin' With The Kid (1996) and Pay Attention! (1997).

Home by Aynsley Lister is another Great Album by the talented Blues Rock Guitarist Musician singing & playing Guitar with a great backing band on 12 catchy songs : Home 6:31 - Broke 3:36 - Insatiable 4:20 - Inside Out 4:55 - Free 5:37 - Sugar 4:05 - You Make It Real 4:30 - Feeling Good 4:52 - Possession 4:51 - Hyde 2612 3 :57 -. Impossible 3:13 - Straight Talkin' Woman 4:14 - approx 55 minutes.

Home' is undoubtedly the best album of Lister's career, polishing classic blues sensibilities to a vibrant contemporary sheen. On 2009's eclectic 'Equilibrium' there was a feeling that major label backing had forced him away from his roots. That's why 'Home' is aptly named. Being on his own label has allowed Lister the time to refine each track and make the music he loves, unencumbered by outside pressures. As such, a confident and relaxed vibe flows throughout this near flawless record.