A New Day Yesterday
Released October 24, 2000 “A New Day Yesterday” was the first studio album by Joe Bonamassa under Okeh label. It had 12 songs in 55:40 total length. The most notable songs were “I Know Where I Belong”, “Colour and Shape” and “If Heartaches Were Nickels” which was written by famous singer, songwriter and guitarist Warren Haynes. This first album allowed Joe Bonamassa to become famous.
So, It’s Like That
Released August 13, 2002 “So, It’s Like That” was the second studio album by Joe Bonamassa under Medalist label. Now t had 13 songs in 61:54 total length. This album made Joe Bonamassa famous with songs “My Mistake” (written in collaboration with Mark Lizotte), “Unbroken”, “So, It’s Like That” and “The Hard Way”. Also this album had a hidden track named “Mother Love”.
Released August 26, 2003 “Blues Deluxe” was the third studio album by Joe Bonamassa released under Medalist label. It had 51:22 in total length. The most notable songs were “Man of Many Words” (it is Buddy Guy cover) and “I Don’t Live Anywhere” which were accepted very good by the audience. Also, this album was the second and the last one released under under Medalist label.
Had to Cry Today
Released August 24, 2004 album “Had to Cry Today” by Joe Bonamassa under Premier Artists label was accepted not very good by the audience. But songs like “Junction 61”, “Never Make Your Move Too Soon”, “When She Dances” are still considered the defining songs of the singer.
You & Me
Released June 6, 2006 album “You & Me” by Joe Bonamassa under Premier Artists label was the second singer’s album recorded by this music label. It exploded in Netherlands and Germany with some of the songs like “Bridge to Better Days”, “So Many Roads”, “Tamp Em Up Solid” and “Torn Down”.
Released August 21, 2007 album “Sloe Gin” by Joe Bonamassa under J&R Adventures label was the first album recorded by this label. It took some international charts (Billboard 200, GfK Entertainment Charts, MegaCharts and some others). The best song of the album is “Seagull” which produced a lot of covers in the next few years by some Joe’s followers.
The Ballad of John Henry
Released February 24, 2009 album “The Ballad of John Henry” by Joe Bonamassa under J&R Adventures label was one of the first best-selling albums at that time. He took some charts with his songs “The Ballad of John Henry”, “Last Kiss”, “Lonesome Road Blues”, “The Great Flood” and “From the Valley”. Also the album has a few cover songs that were appreciated as well.
Released March 23, 2010 album “Black Rock” by Joe Bonamassa was the next best-selling album ever as well as his work with J&R Adventures label. IT has 13 songs in total and the best among them is “Wandering Earth”.
Released March 22, 2011 album “Dust Bowl” was #7 best album in Norway and #12 in Norway and UK. It is 63 minutes in total length and has some masterpieces like “Slow Train”, “Black Lung Heartache” and “The Whale That Swallowed Jonah”. This album continues Joe’s tradition to add some covers into his releasing albums.
Driving Towards the Daylight
Released May 22, 2012 album “Driving Towards the Daylight” was one of the shortest made by Joe. It has only 11 songs and they last less than 50 minutes in total. However, this album blowed up UK chart ending #2 in total. Almost all his songs are masterpiece, especially “Dislocated Boy”, “Driving Towards the Daylight”, “Heavenly Soul”. Others 8 songs are covers, originally written by Bill Withers and some others songwriters.
Different Shades of Blue
Released September 22, 2014 “Different Shades of Blue” was as successful as the previous but it had the moment of glory as well. It took TOP 10 places in different charts including UK, Netherlands and the US. It has 14 songs making it the largest recorded album ever.
Blues of Desperation
Released March 25, 2016 album “Blues of Desperation” took #1 place in Sweden by sales and became one of the best-selling album up to this date. Songs “Heartache Follows Wherever I Go”, “Oh Beautiful!”, “So, What Would I Do” became the hits on YouTube as well.
The last album called “Redemption” was released September 21, 2018 and to promote this album Joe Bonamassa in going on the U.S. tour in 2018-2019. Tour dates are available on the main page.