Jörg Danielsen’s “Foolin’ Around” – A Blues Journey Worth Taking

Cover image for Jörg Danielsen's 'Foolin' Around' album featuring a vibrant blues-themed artwork with Jörg Danielsen holding a guitar, exuding passion and intensity.

We are thrilled to announce the release of Jörg Danielsen’s latest album “Foolin’ Around“. This electrifying new CD has already garnered high praise, notably from Blues Blast Magazine, to whom we extend our heartfelt thanks for their insightful review.

Australian Roots, Chicago Blues

Jörg Danielsen, originally from Austria, has been captivated by the Chicago-style electric blues since his teens. His journey led to the formation of the Vienna Blues Association and eventually to “Foolin’ Around”, his fifth album, showcasing his mastery of the 1960s and 70s electric blues genre​​.

A Harmonious Blend of Originals and Covers

The album is a delightful mix of ten original tracks and seven covers. It kicks off with “She Wants to Dance”, a track that echoes the style of The Fabulous Thunderbirds, and moves through a variety of blues styles. “JD Boogie” and “I’ll Be Your Doctor” highlight Danielsen’s smooth vocals and skilful guitar play, featuring Jorge Costales on harmonica and Anita Fabiani on organ​​.

Intriguing Collaborations and Classic Covers

“Foolin’ Around” shines with collaborations, such as with Federico on “True Love” and Chino Swingslide on “Watchin’ The Sun Rise”. The album also pays homage to blues legends with covers like Willie Dixon’s “29 Ways” and ZZ Top’s “Mexican Blackbird”​​.

Artistic Evolution and International Acclaim

Danielsen’s clear diction and strong vocal presence mark a significant evolution in his musical journey, earning him respect and recognition as a top blues act in Europe and America​​.

Discover the rich textures and deep soul of the blues with Jörg Danielsen’s “Foolin’ Around”. It’s not just an album; it’s a journey through the heart of blues music.