Open Road - Oli Brown

Open Road

Oli Brown

  • Genre: Blues
  • Release Date: 2008-06-20
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: GBR
  • Track Count: 11

  • ℗ 2008 Ruf Records GmbH

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Psycho Oli Brown 3:38 GBP 0.79
2
Open Road Oli Brown 3:47 GBP 0.79
3
Stone Cold (Roxanne) Oli Brown 4:28 GBP 0.79
4
Can't Get Next to You Oli Brown 5:06 GBP 0.79
5
Shade of Grey Oli Brown 4:28 GBP 0.79
6
All the Kings Horses Oli Brown 4:04 GBP 0.79
7
Black Betty Oli Brown 2:12 GBP 0.79
8
Missing You Oli Brown 4:26 GBP 0.79
9
New Groove Oli Brown 4:23 GBP 0.79
10
Played By the Devil Oli Brown 3:20 GBP 0.79
11
Complicated Oli Brown 3:56 GBP 0.79

Reviews

  • Fantastic!

    5
    By Loz1471
    I think ChristianLynes is completely wrong. Oli Brown is an amazing performer and an incredibly talented musician. All of his shows are mind blowing and his albums are fantastic. Those who have seen Oli will know that he is not at all arrogant and is a perfect gentleman. This young man is going to go far!
  • :)

    5
    By TheSnazzyBanana
    I saw oli brown live at my high school (I am only eleven) and it was his highschool aswell. LONG LIVE broadland high. BTW the tickets there cost £1
  • Live !!!!!!!!!!!

    5
    By Fredgoeshome
    Saw them live at my school!!! I've got they're autographs signed personaly to me too!!!!!!
  • Great Album.. and even better LIVE!

    5
    By meehol
    I have seen Oli and his band twice now. I am convinced they could be the first blues/rock band to bridge the blues to pop divide. If you get a chance to see them.....Take It.
  • What a Talent!!!!!!!

    5
    By Khamelion
    Saw Oli in concert recently and hell yeah, the boy has talent, he has talent by the skip load, in fact all three members of the band are full of it. The album Open Road is a real quality trip through the blues. Oli's voice is mature beyonds his years and he proves this live singing a chorus Stone Cold (Roxanne) without a mic. There's a huge future ahead for this band.
  • The Blues never went away, but.....

    5
    By Beetle boy
    ... this guy has a fantastic angle on it. I saw him here on iTunes a couple of months back and wasn't absolutely convinced, but I checked out his gig list and found he was playing locally. His voice on the album doesn't do him true justice, you've got to hear him sing 'Stone Cold' live, away from the mic, just superb. Then you realise there's no recording trickery going on. His band are no slouches either, the funky slapped 6 string bass is terrific and the drummer can keep a decent rhythm going. Oli's on his way, just needs to smoke and drink Brandy for that edgy voice.
  • Shame

    2
    By christianlynes
    I had the opportunity of seeing Oli perform locally near Norwich a few years back and expected,given his un-ending arrogance and enormous ego,an outrageous record to match, but this is a let down. It's pretty much the same routine (literally note for note) we saw him play back here and it seems to have lost any sort of edge, (and there really wasn't much) that there was on it's transferal over to record. Great potential in there, but needs more bite.
  • The blues is BACK.

    4
    By JohnnytheFox73
    This guy has proved something to the blues guitarists of the world who are without recognition - with the right breaks and passion, anyone anywere can make it. He's played with some of the most famous blues musicians ever, and he's just 18! This album isn't just a superb display of fiery Vaughan-esque blues guitar, it's an encouragement that you don't have to be "a star" to make music with this kind of passion - you only have to mean it and want it. Long live Oli Brown and long may this incredible potential grow!
  • kids got talent

    5
    By Blompkid
    can't believe he's only 18.. how'd he get that much soul so soon? Will be seeing live at the earliest opportunity... support this artist!
  • Oli Brown Open Road

    5
    By Matt Kerr
    This CD is excellent; seen him live great soloist and great band, he's blessed with a wonderful talent and keeps getting better and better, he's touring the UK next spring so don't miss him.

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