Gaetano Letizia & The Underworld Blues Band - Voodoo Doll And Other Blues Lessons (2013)
Artist: Gaetano Letizia & The Underworld Blues Band
Title Of Album: Voodoo Doll And Other Blues Lessons
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Gaetano Letizia
Genre: Blues Rock
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 60:26
Total Size: 140 Mb
01. Big Foot (5:22)
02. Voodoo Doll (5:41)
03. Kill My Conscience (5:30)
04. The Devil Is A Nice Guy (5:58)
05. Sold My Soul (6:00)
06. Hurt Myself (3:45)
07. All I Need (3:59)
08. Bleed (3:02)
09. Blow The Blues Away (6:52)
10. Torture Me (5:19)
11. Orange Sunglasses (5:33)
12. Big Secret (3:21)
We're not sharecroppers and we never picked cotton, but we are sick of politicians stealing us blind or the phonies that parade across the TV constantly.
With that said, Voodoo Doll is an odyssey through modern blues, funk and rock with a killer group of top shelf pros testifying honest music. Most of the solos are live not over dubbed. The band recorded the tracks between performances so everything has the raw feel of a live concert. Today's working musicians don't have time to rehearse non-stop or sit in the studio to pasteurize the tunes into perfection. Every tune is rip roaring, all out slammin blues rock.
We did use nine time grammy winning engineer Michael Bishop for recording and mastering, so the sound quality is unsurpassed.
Influenced by Clapton, Hendrix, BB, Allman Bros., James Brown, and Tower of Power, the band is fun to listen to.
The tunes are true progressive blues forms. Did you like Whippin Post and what the Allman Brothers were doing with the blues, this CD is that same creative pull on the the blues we all love. Still respecting the masters, and going forward with what they started.
If you love wildly creative music with roots in blues and funk, you'll seriously dig Voodoo Doll and this powerhouse band.
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