Tracklist: 01. Take Me Back - 2:23 02. One More Chance With You - 3:01 03. Anna Lee - 6:50 04. Call the Cops - 1:50 05. Why Baby? - 2:57 06.
Young fretburner Sean Costello was a mere 16 years old when he recorded this debut opus in '96 but was already showing class A chops and a deep knowledge of the blues. With over half of the material on here emanating from his pen, Costello also takes on some classic tunes like "Anna Lee," "Take A Little Walk With Me," Willie Dixon's "Sit Down Baby," and Little Walter's "One More Chance With You" and turns in solid versions that show his understanding of the material. 02 - One More Chance With You 03:02. 04 - Call The Cops 01:51.
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Teen blues phenom Sean Costello was born and raised in Atlanta, receiving his first guitar for his ninth birthday. A primarily self-taught player, he initially gravitated toward hard rock but soon discovered Stevie Ray Vaughan, moving on from there to Howlin' Wolf; under the wing of local bluesman Felix Reyes, a 14-year-old Costello won the Beale Street Blues Society's talent award in 1994. Soon after leaving Tedeschi's band, Costello assembled backing outfit the Jivebombers - bassist Carl Shankle, keyboardist and harpist Paul Linden, and drummer Terrence Prather - and issued his debut album, Call the Cops, in 1996. In 2001 Costello released his third album, Moanin' for Molasses, and further cemented his reputation as one of the best young blues guitarists on the scene. The self-titled Sean Costello was released on Artemis Records in 2004.