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The Blues Broers - Into The Red (2014)

10-02-2014, 17:48
Music | Jazz | Blues | Soul | Funk

The Blues Broers - Into The Red (2014)

Artist: The Blues Broers
Title Of Album: Into The Red
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Guava Records
Genre: Mix Blues/Jazz/Soul/Funk
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 52:16
Total Size: 124 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Into The Blue (3:36)
02. Slowly But Shirley (3:56)
03. Who's That Knocking (4:01)
04. My Baby Left Me (2:37)
05. Fire And Brimstone (2:54)
06. It's Getting Worse (4:04)
07. Caroline (4:52)
08. Ode To Stellenbosch (2:27)
09. Mother Of All Fools (3:11)
10. Let It Rain (4:15)
11. My Black Dog (5:25)
12. Jungle Bells (3:47)
13. One More (2:45)
14. Right Between The Eyes (4:18)

The Blues Broers pride themselves on producing an exceptionally fine, versatile and diverse live show. Known in the 90s as South Africa's hardest working blues band, the Blues Broers played hundreds of gigs at festivals, in bars and in nightclubs.
However, the death of drummer Frank Frost in 1999 was a blow from which the band struggled to recover and in 2003 they put on a farewell gig in Stellenbosch.

Now, snappily attired in their trademark black suits and dark glasses, the Blues Broers are back in circulation with performances at old haunts and new, as well as being a welcome feature of the festival circuit again too.

The impeccable Albert Frost performs on a classic selection of electric and acoustic guitars. In a corner of the stage, keyboard player Simon Orange hammers a boogie-woogie for the crowd. Rob Nagel (fondly known as Big Bob or Harpdog Bob) deftly juggles bass, harmonica and tea chest, whilst new drummer Tim Rankin brings his considerable experience to the rhythm section

Their seventh album "Into the Red" features 14 brand new songs, written and produced by the band. Sporting a wide variety of song styles, the Broers continue their tradition of pushing the bounds of the blues to new extremes.

01) Into the blue Bebop free jazz improvisation with solos all round
02) Slowly but Shirley Brassed-up pop rock ala Simon Orange
03) Who's that knocking? Big band blues in the Memphis vein
04) My baby left me Classic skiffle with tea-chest, washboard and harmonica
05) Fire and Brimstone Gospel faith music in the Blues Brothers church scene tradition
06) It's getting worse Smooth jazz served up on a reality sandwich
07) Caroline Somerset West African vibe with a world music feel
08) Ode to Stellenbosch Square-dancing material featuring both kinds of music - Country AND Western
09) Mother of all fools A tribute to James Brown and his soul-funk brand
10) Let it rain Quiet ballad appropriate for a video full of seagulls, beaches and Timotei girls
11) My black dog Hard blues in the tradition of the Allman Brothers or early ZZ Top
12) Jungle Bells Tongue-in-cheek Christmas carol with African flavour and cast
13) One more A tribute to the great WIllie Dixon, writer of the finest blues tunes of all time
14) Right between the eyes A big-band production not far off from Laura Nyro or Blood Sweat and Tears

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