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Blackhawk Blues Band - Indian Casino (2009)

11-12-2013, 19:04
Music | Blues | Rock

Blackhawk Blues Band - Indian Casino (2009)

Artist: Blackhawk Blues Band
Title Of Album: Indian Casino
Year Of Release: 2009
Label: Blackhawk Blues Band
Genre: Blues Rock, Chicago Blues
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 47:52
Total Size: 113 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Forget About Me (4:16)
02. Don't Look Back (5:03)
03. Indian Casino (4:02)
04. Goodbye Love (4:33)
05. Blue Storm (6:58)
06. Last Night (4:25)
07. Indian Time Is The Right Time (5:15)
08. Got To Get Back Home (4:51)
09. Playing The Blues Is What I Do (3:57)
10. Cherry Red Wine (4:27)

"It's 479.6 miles from Oklahoma City to Clarksdale, Mississippi. This disc can take you there in about 15 seconds. From the first notes, endless rows of cotton merge in your mind with miles of Oklahoma red dirt. Both locales provide the fertile seedbed for Blues. It's the raucous, deep, moving, foot tapping fun of Classic Blues coming at you, Sooner than right now!
If Muddy Waters had grown up outside of Ponca City, playing in the creek beds and running through buffalo grass, he writes "Forget About Me" as an adult. Key changes add texture to menace and truth. Hit repeat. Driving along Route 66, or down I-35 on a Friday night, there's clear evidence that "Rain, sleet or snow, you just gotta go" to the "Indian Casino". It's a shuffle that everybody in the car can sing along with. The slots are paying off tonight!
Ever been through a "Blue Storm"? Yes, you have. Sounds of rain, then a crash of thunder... "The sky is dark, the air is getting cold,". A blue storm is likely to blow your house down, but a "Blue Storm" will toss your heart around. In Oklahoma, we survive both.
Every song on the disc, with the exception of Luther Allison's' "Cherry Red Wine" is written by singer/guitarist/slide guitarist Batiste Jones. Danny Price and Justin Emerson are stellar on bass and drums. Years of covering Albert Collins, Muddy, Albert King and Son Seals provide the creative connection between Classic Blues and these Oklahoma originals. Native Blues on Red dirt. Dig it.

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