deserves to become the next British blues guitar hero. He's from north London, the son of an Italian dad and a British mum who apparently owned an album collection that included the likes of Zeppelin and Tony Joe White. Bonfanti is a wildly versatile guitarist who can handle almost anything in the electric-, country- or folk-blues field, and his songs range from stomping blues through to delicate acoustic finger-picking.
«What Good Am I To You?» was released in 2010 on The Guitar Label.
Ha ha wow, I can't choose um... I would have to say right now «I Want You (She's So Heavy)», but that will change by tomorrow.
In Edinburgh. I bought me and my girlfriend two tickets to this show. £95 each, best money I ever spent. Although it was all the money I owned. So we had to sleep in the car afterwards. Seemed fittingly.
I was going through a real tough time about five years ago and being addicted to this song didn't help matters. Its beauty and pain all in one.
I had been looking for this record for years until a friend of mine found it, framed it and gave it to me for christmas three years ago. What a record.
Except I fell in love with Joni to this record. I wish I’d been born in the 50’s then me and Joni could have had a chance.
«Never heard the melody till I needed the song...». Just about sums it all up doesn’t it?
I listened to this record all last summer when I was touring with Findlay Brown across the states having a crazy time, almost dying and playing some amazing shows.
Again it reminds me of being at parties and trying to impress girls by playing this. I had the guitar part down, couldn't sing anywhere near it, so the reception was luke warm at best...
This guy plays around London a lot. I've shared the bill with him a few times and this song breaks my heart everytime I hear it.
No one’s got no money in this city right now but we're all still having a good time and no one can stop us, no matter how hard they might be trying.
Unbelievable groove on this tune. It’s impossible to sit down when this comes on the stereo.
You should see the parties we have at the flat,this tune turns normally quiet people into rock monsters.
I bought it on cassette from «Our Price». I saved all my pocket money for it. And I still have it actually.
I would say. My old blues band used to do a killer version of this song. All my friends would come to Hannah’s bar in Liverpool to dance the morning in to this song.
Great mix of country, Delta blues and Spirituals. Good introduction for people wanting to know more about that sort of music.
I listen to a lot of gospel and spiritual music. But hazy sundays are best accompanied by this track.
This song is just perfection, really simple but unbelievably meaningful lyrically. What a songwriter John Martyn was and what a legacy he leaves behind.