By Anthony Mclaude, Rock At Night New Jersey
Single Review: Joe Bonamassa’s single “A Conversation With Alice”
“A conversation with Alice was the best thing I ever did.” Joe Bonamassa, a modern blues icon who began his career opening for B.B. King at the prodigal age of 12, shares with us his newly released surprise single from his forthcoming album recorded at the world’s famous Abbey Road Studios in London, England, “A Conversation With Alice.”
Who said there wasn’t going to be any trials and tribulations in the arms of your first love, traveling through the gnarled country road towards the mountain of musical success? Bonamassa single, “A Conversation With Alice” is a stouthearted introduction. A working man who once put aside personal reoccurring issues, hidden and unread until a heart-to-heart dialogue with the muse of his desire spoke away the rain and brought the sunshine by bringing him out of his comfort zone to confront the ever growing old and weary man in the mirror.
Additionally, a woman’s voice is therapeutic like a mother’s touch calming her newborn child. Alice, a woman caught up in the middle of Bonamassa’s rise and fall repairs the rags that seemed unrepairable and brought him back to the fulfilment of his purpose in music. And there’s nothing richer than being authentic and addressing the wailing man in the mirror, “I’m tired of being out on my ass.”
Joe Bonamassa’s new single “A Conversation With Alice” is available now to stream from all platforms via HERE.
Keeping the Blues Alive Foundation: keepingthebluesalive.org
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