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P-A-U-L Lamb & The Detroit Breakdown - Ready Fire Aim (2013)

9-11-2013, 07:19
Music | Blues | Rock

P-A-U-L Lamb & The Detroit Breakdown - Ready Fire Aim (2013)

Artist: P-A-U-L Lamb & The Detroit Breakdown
Title Of Album: Ready Fire Aim
Year Of Release: 2013
Genre: Blues, Funky Rock, Blues Rock
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 50:04 Min
Total Size: 124 Mb


1. When The Crown Hit The Ground
2. Bring It On
3. Worn Out Love Song
4. High Decibel Call To Arms
5. Queen Charlene
6. Piece In The Middle East
7. That Smile
8. There Goes The Neighborhood
9. Guilty
10. Feelin' Young
11. No Pressure No Diamond
12. If Only Goodbye

P-A-U-L Lamb & The Detroit Breakdown are from Detroit, MI and should not be mistaken for the UK band Paul Lamb & The King Snakes.
P-A-U-L Lamb & The Detroit Breakdown certainly live up to their name. Given their prickly urban rock, funk, soul and bluesy tinged style, they fit perfectly into the city’s musical landscape.
Their songs are heartfelt, uncompromising and as hard hitting as their muscular musical ability and imaginative arrangements. 15 or so of Detroit’s best – including Anglo guitarist Joanne Shaw Taylor, and cellist Jason Charboneau – all lend a hand, on an album full of carefully crafted songs with lyrical weight and passionate playing. Yet truth be told, like so many bands before them, their music might as well be stamped ‘for export only’, as they have made their biggest impact abroad, in 20 countries spanning Europe and Asia.
I mention this because ‘Ready Fire Aim’ (a play on words that mirrors contemporary disposable ideas and instant gratification) is a wide ranging album that encapsulates the full gamut of roots rock, all shaped by the remarkable trio of The Detroit Breakdown. Led by the tall, gangling guitar player Paul Ulysses Lamb – he of the gravelly voice and a lyrical insight – and propelled by the peerless rhythm section of bass player Joey Spina and drummer Layla Hall (also on significant bv’s), P-a-u-l have cut their most coherent and impacting album. P-a-u-l & The Detroit Breakdown offer a refreshing take on familiar musical genres, incorporating gritty funk, rock and delicate ballads into an album that feels like a musical journal.

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