Feelin’ Freaky

Feelin’ Freaky

“I am so proud to announce the official release of my latest album Feelin’ Freaky on my new label, Memphis Grease Records! This has been a long time coming and is a huge milestone in my career. Feelin’ Freaky is an all-original album from the deepest reaches of my bag, produced by Luther Dickinson and performed by the Blue Dreamers along with the grooviest staples of the Memphis Scene. I have remixed, reformatted and remastered this album to meet my highest standards. Pre-order today and receive the title track “Feelin’ Freaky” to enjoy ’til this bad boy is fully released on May 19th.  Available on 180 gram vinyl, MP3 and CD from all music retailers.  Be sure to check out www.johnnemeth.com for my tour dates and awesome swag! Thank you for your support!”

– John Németh

 

Tracks:

1.  Under The Gun

2.  S.T.O.N.E.D.

3.  Feelin’ Freaky

4.  Rainy Day

5.  You Really Do Want That Woman

6.  My Sweet Love

7.  Gave Up On You

8.  Get Offa Dat Butt

9.  Kool Aid Pickly

10. Long Black Cadillac

 

Memphis Grease

Memphis Grease

  1. 1. Three Times A Fool
  2. Sooner Or Later
  3. Her Good Lovin’
  4. Stop
  5. If It Ain’t Broke
  6. I Can’t Help Myself
  7. Crying
  8. My Baby’s Gone
  9. Testify My Love
  10. Bad Luck Is My Name
  11. Keep The Love A Comin’
  12. Elbows On The Wheel
  13. John Németh was probably the only kid in Boise who grew up in the 1980s listening to Chicago blues… In the three decades since, Németh has transformed himself from a fan to a modern soul-blues purveyor of the highest order, receiving five Blues Music Award nominations in 2012 and two in 2013, including the B.B. King Entertainer of the Year award. It’s a journey that took him to San Francisco, then Oakland, California, followed by a relocation to the birthplace of blues, soul and rock-and-roll, Memphis. He landed in the perfect place: Electraphonic Studio, home of producer and musician Scott Bomar, who composed the film scores for “Hustle & Flow” and “Black Snake Moan” and produced Cyndi Lauper’s “Memphis Blues.” Support by the Bo-Keys, Bomar’s group of veteran Memphis performers who made their names backing the likes of Al Green, O.V. Wright, Rufus Thomas and the Bar-Kays, Németh quickly laid down thirteen tracks that as he describes it, “Live in the style like I live in the style.” That style is a deeply forged amalgamation of scorching harmonica-driven blues and sweet blue-eyed soul ala The Box Tops or Roy Head, delivered via two fistfuls of originals and a trio of carefully chosen covers. “Memphis Grease,” the long-awaited follow up to 2010’s “Name The Day!”, embodies everything that sets Németh apart from the soul-blues revivalist pack: it’s innovative and unique while epitomizing the absolute best of the genre.

Blues Live

Blues Live

  1. Every Night ’bout This Time
  2. Country Boy
  3. Ain’t Too Old
  4. She Belongs To Me
  5. Blues In My Heart
  6. Just Like You
  7. You Know
  8. Daughter Of The Devil
  9. Love Gone Crazy
  10. You’re An Angel
  11. Stop Breaking Down
  12. Mother In Law
  13. Y’all have been asking for a live CD for years now and I am excited to announce the release of not one, but two live albums for a total of 25 songs! “Blues Live” and “Soul Live” were recorded at shows in San Francisco, San Jose and Point Arena, CA, in March of 2012. Both CDs were recorded with the highest quality in sound technology to date. The energy of the stage shows and the audience participation is that of a classic live album. The performances are impressive and feature my touring band of AC Myles (Guitar), Tommy Folen (Bass), former drummer Nick Fishman, as well as former band mates and creative cohorts Kid Andersen and Bob Welsh on Guitar. Special guest John Lee Sanders joined us on Keyboards as well. I am so proud of this project, I just can’t stop listening to it—which is huge for me because I am a tough critic of my own material! I know you’ll love it too!

 

Soul Live

Soul Live

  1. Blue Broadway
  2. Love Me Tonight
  3. Do You Really Want That Woman
  4. Said Too Much
  5. Funky Feelin’
  6. Magic Touch
  7. Fuel For Your Fire
  8. Too Good To Be True
  9. Name The Day
  10. Home In Your Heart
  11. My Future
  12. She’s Looking Good
  13. Y’all have been asking for a live CD for years now and I am excited to announce the release of not one, but two live albums for a total of 25 songs! “Blues Live” and “Soul Live” were recorded at shows in San Francisco, San Jose and Point Arena, CA, in March of 2012. Both CDs were recorded with the highest quality in sound technology to date. The energy of the stage shows and the audience participation is that of a classic live album. The performances are impressive and feature my touring band of AC Myles (Guitar), Tommy Folen (Bass), former drummer Nick Fishman, as well as former band mates and creative cohorts Kid Andersen and Bob Welsh on Guitar. Special guest John Lee Sanders joined us on Keyboards as well. I am so proud of this project, I just can’t stop listening to it—which is huge for me because I am a tough critic of my own material! I know you’ll love it too!

Name the Day!

Name the Day!

  1. Breakin’ Free
  2. Name The Day!
  3. Do You Really Want That Woman
  4. Heartbreak With A Hammer
  5. Tuff Girl
  6. I Said Too Much
  7. Home In Your Heart
  8. Save A Little Love
  9. You Know
  10. Why Not Me
  11. Funky Feelin’
  12. Nominated 2011 Blues Music Award for “Best Contemporary Blues Album”

    John Németh continues to reinvigorate vintage rhythm and blues with his ability to skillfully blend retro and modern Blues and soul into compelling music that is simultaneously old and new. With “Name The Day!” Németh draws on the classic Blues, soul, and R&B influences that inform his vocal style and lays down a set of tunes that wouldn’t sound a bit out of place in the golden years of Memphis or Muscle Shoals. His vocals, with echoes of the toughness of James Brown and the tenderness of Solomon Burke, infuse the album with a funky, soulful feeling.

    “Inevitably, Németh will be compared to the very best as the more you listen the better it gets. Németh’s voice is perfect for this wicked session and his writing is the best of his career.” – Richard Ludmerer, BluesWax