case you didn't know, Jeff Healey's fame came with his 1988 hit single
'Angel Eyes', and you might have seen him performing AND acting one of
Patrick Swayze's forgettable movies, Road House. While "Angel Eyes" was
a terrific song, it only scratches the surface of Healey's extortionary
Get Me Some came after a 5-year hiatus in which the band
lost it's contract with it's record company, so this album was released
under his own Canadian label, Forte Records. It received little
promotion and sold very poorly, which is a shame because it is one
remarkable record. There a several fantastic tracks, and Mr. Healey
plays with emotion and skill rarely seen from today's mainstream
musicians. Most tracks stand out, with only one or two not withstanding
the test of time. The opener, Which One, is the heaviest, and there are
several mid-rockers and ballads. When you hear Macon Georgia Blue,
you'll never be the same.
If you like ANY kind of music, do yourself a favor and buy this album. You won't regret it.