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The Royal Southern Brotherhood - Songs From The Road: Live In Germany (2013)

2-12-2013, 01:28
Music | Blues | Rock

The Royal Southern Brotherhood - Songs From The Road: Live In Germany (2013)

Artist: The Royal Southern Brotherhood
Title Of Album: Songs From The Road: Live In Germany
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Ruf Records
Genre: Blues Rock, Southern Rock
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 69:06
Total Size: 160 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Fired Up! ( 6:15)
02. Hurts My Heart ( 5:02)
03. Gotta Keep Rockin' ( 5:10)
04. Moonlight Over The Mississippi ( 5:37)
05. Left My Heart In Memphis ( 3:53)
06. Fire On The Mountain (13:06)
07. Band Introductions ( 1:22)
08. Ways About You ( 5:28)
09. Sweet Jelly Donut ( 6:53)
10. New Horizons ( 5:28)
11. All Around The World ( 3:53)
12. Gimme Shelter ( 6:53)

Released in November 2013, this new CD takes listeners along for the ride, fusing a blistering Brotherhood set with the pin-sharp sound and production values you’ve come to expect from Ruf Records’ celebrated Songs From The Road series. Past releases have included everyone from Jeff Healey to Luther Allison – and now the spotlight turns on the southern supergroup who have lit up the post-millennial scene. It’s hard to imagine a band more deserving of the live-album treatment. If there was chemistry afoot when the five members first convened in New Orleans over the summer of 2010, then it’s only been strengthened by the self-titled debut album that followed in 2012, and the subsequent world tour that has seen RSB raise the roof across twenty-plus countries. “We’ve got to see the world with this band,” says Devon, “and I love it.” Given that intensive bonding session, it follows that Songs From The Road finds the collective at the peak of their powers, trading on the kind of chemistry that can only be forged through miles on the clock. Devon drips molten soul from his Gibson Les Paul. Behind the congas, Cyril is a groove in human form. Mike strokes and scorches the frets, while Charlie and Yonrico are a rhythm section locked down to the point of telepathy. “We have fun and we play as hard as we can,” says Mike of the band’s high standards onstage. “If you’re not there, you better get there… or we’re gonna knock you over!”

The unofficial sixth member that night in Germany, of course, was the Crossroads crowd, still pinching themselves at getting up close and personal with this A-list band in such intimate surroundings. “It was such a beautiful evening,” says Mike of the vibe in the house, “with an amazing audience that really got into the music. They lifted the band up and made us feel good. It was such an honour to perform for Rockpalast.”

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