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Stormcellar - The Curious Assembly (2014)

12-05-2014, 17:52
Music | Blues | Folk | Pop | Rock

Stormcellar - The Curious Assembly (2014)

Artist: Stormcellar
Title Of Album: The Curious Assembly
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Blues Rock, Blues Fusion
Label: Stormcellar
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 52:10
Total Size: 122 Mb
Covers: Front

01. On The Low Low (4:07)
02. Slipping Through These Blues (5:35)
03. Queen Above The Oceans (2:25)
04. Put On Your Sunhat, Sweet Adeline (2:47)
05. Dirty Work (4:58)
06. Downward Bound (3:31)
07. Cry For You (1:38)
08. Twice Shy Girl (6:33)
09. Travelling Song (2:16)
10. Give Me Something I Want (5:06)
11. Looking Glass (4:16)
12. Onward Traveller (3:08)
13. The Sun Shines On (3:38)
14. Cry For You (Reprise) (2:06)

Hark, what strange sounds come from underground?
Is it Blues? is it Folk? is it Country? WTF is going on here?
Yep, those boys are at it again.
Since 2007, Stormcellar have been pumping out album after album, with little regard for whether they should or not.
To paraphrase a dead president, those people who like this sort of thing will find this the sort of thing they like.
They liked it in Kansas City, on the stage where Los Lobos Played.
They liked it in Indiana, where the bar was jumping.
They dug it in Chicago, where the old spirits of long passed bluesmen cheered them on.
They liked it in Tamworth, where the chicken wire was absent.
They even dig it at Folk festivals. Go figure.
Built on the bones of a straight forward, old fashioned Rhythm & Blues line up of Bass, Slide, Guitar, Drums & Harp, Stormcellar should fit neatly into one category.
Add a mandolin, a melodic singer with the range and power to travel from Gospel to Southern Fried Rock, throw in the occasional fiddle, Convict/Colonial bit of Folk, complex adult oriented arrangements and lyrics that do more than just rhyme and you have a very interesting beast indeed.
Described as 'The Rolling Stones fronted by James Taylor' by Americana bible 'No Depression' , Stormcellar are a powerhouse song writing band with a formidable live show. Straight up.
Where the selfie is the norm, PR and talking up a game the traditional way to get your attention, Stormcellar are out there taking care of business on the low low.
If you've wondered where the action is, well, now you know.
Stop reading the dang internet and go to a gig already, this is a live band fer crying out loud.

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