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DeltaR - Check It Out Baby (2013)

16-09-2013, 17:57
Music | Blues | Rock

DeltaR - Check It Out Baby (2013)

Artist: DeltaR
Title Of Album: Check It Out Baby
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: DeltaR
Genre: Psychedelic Blues
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 39:23
Total Size: 91 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Get A Life (2:55)
02. Pretty Thing (3:01)
03. Sex, Booze And Dirty Blues (4:55)
04. Jumper On The Line (3:41)
05. Small Man (3:19)
06. Wang Dang Doodle (5:27)
07. Mystery Train (4:36)
08. Can't Do It Without My Baby (3:15)
09. Come In My Kitchen (5:35)
10. Mailman Boogie (2:34)

After a first scorch and rural album, deltaR leaves the porch to broaden its horizon with this new album where guitars have a preeminent place.

We are still speaking of delta blues, but the trio isn't stuck at the crossroad sung by late Robert Johnson. The album starts, in the veins of the Screaming Blues Messiah, with the foot on the floor with "Get a Life". Follows a psychedelic cover of Willie Dixon's "Pretty thing", luminous like the sun rising over CCR's swamp. Some more nervous songs can be found later, with the electrifying "Jumper on the LIne", "Small Man" or "Can't do it without my Baby".

More laid back are "Sex, Booze and Dirty Blues" and "Mystery Train" that only shares it's name with Elvis'. Some drone songs are also present with an apocalyptic cover of Dixon's "Wang Dang Doodle" and a haunting cover of Robert Johnson's "Come in my Kitchen". The album ends, like a jack in the box, with with the explosive "Mailman Boogie".

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