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Kilborn Alley Blues Band - 4 (2011)

13-06-2014, 06:23
Music | Blues | Rock

Kilborn Alley Blues Band - 4 (2011)

Artist: Kilborn Alley Blues Band
Title Of Album: 4
Year Of Release: 2011
Label: Blue Bella Records
Genre: Blues, Blues Rock
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 49:12 Min
Total Size: 119 Mb


01.'Rents House Boogie
02. Wandering
03. Couple Of Days (Change My Ways)
04. Fast Heart Beat
05. You Were My Woman
06. 22nd Street
07. Argyles And A Do-Rag
08. Good Advice
09. Sitting On The Bank
10. Dressed Up Messed Up
11. Going Hard

Award-winners Kilborn Alley Blues Band (KABB) will release their new album Four via Blue Bella Records on Nov. 22 and have released album artwork as well as the complete tracklisting for the upcoming set.
"Four" follows their critically acclaimed Better Off Now and features 11 original songs produced and mixed by Nick Moss. The band recorded the set as a four-piece with frontman Andrew Duncanson sharing guitar duties with Josh Stimmel and Chris Breen and Ed O’Hara again handling bass and drums respectively.
I don’t want to tease my review too much but I’ve heard the entire album so I'll share a few of the details to whet your appetite. The album was recorded as a quartet as I mentioned earlier but a few guest musicians contribute to a handful of tracks: Gerry Hundt blows some serious harp for three cuts, Vince Salerno provides a little greasy sax on a pair of songs, and Travis Reed (Nick Moss & The Flip Tops) delivers big time, adding organ on several tunes.
Four includes the longest track to grace a KABB studio record with album closer “Going Hard” eclipsing 10 minutes. There is once again an instrumental track, “Argyles And A Do-Rag”; the title being an homage to guitarist Stimmel.
One final nugget about the record: I pity those of us who can’t dance because a couple of these tunes pretty well demand and command the body to move to the groove. There are going to be many, many “Elaine” dances at KABB shows or parties where this album is cranked. I'm actually a little worried about this because I'm seeing them for the first time next Friday. I'm extremely excited about hearing them play. The horrifying dancing? I may well need a designated driver to make it through their final set of the night.(Josh Hathaway)

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