Something Else! sneak peek: Joe Bonamassa and Beth Hart, "Well, Well" (2011)

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Joe Bonamassa, unleashing a rooster-tail lick, leaps right in this rattling remake of Delaney and Bonnie’s 1972 boogie-rock classic “Well, Well,” then singer-songwriter Beth Hart adds a scalding guest vocal — and things really get going. She boasts a whiskey-swilling, Joplin-esque danger, and that sends additional sparks flying. Whereas the original had this breezy reverie, Bonamassa and Hart trade as many smart digs as twinkling sexual advances. They still sound like old lovers, only this time they know each other’s game.

The single release of “Well, Well” is being made available as a free Mp3 download to promote the new Bonamassa/Hart collaboration, Don’t Explain. Go to jbxp.net, and then input your email address. Produced by Kevin Shirley (John Hiatt, The Black Crowes, Joe Bonamassa, Black Country Communion), Don’t Explain also includes a series of other hand-picked soul classics from the likes of Gil Scott-Heron, Tom Waits, Etta James, Billie Holiday and Aretha Franklin.

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Nick DeRiso

Nick DeRiso

Nick DeRiso has written for USA Today, American Songwriter, All About Jazz, and a host of others. Honored as columnist of the year five times by the Associated Press, Louisiana Press Association and Louisiana Sports Writers Association, he oversaw a daily section named Top 10 in the U.S. by the AP before co-founding Something Else! Nick is now associate editor of Ultimate Classic Rock.
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