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Dr. Hector & The Groove Injectors - Vital Signs (2001)

24-06-2014, 07:32
Music | Blues | Soul | Funk

Dr. Hector & The Groove Injectors - Vital Signs (2001)

Artist: Dr. Hector & The Groove Injectors
Title Of Album: Vital Signs
Year Of Release: 2001
Label: NSP Records
Genre: Blues, Soul Blues, Blues Rock
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 68:20 Min
Total Size: 172 Mb


1. Bad Connection (6:22)
2. Midnight Run (5:41)
3. Safe In Your Arms (10:32)
4. Mr. Right Now (3:52)
5. Slightly Drumfounded (1:24)
6. Fool Like Me (3:49)
7. Satisfy You (3:06)
8. Fool Like Me (2) (11:01)
9. When Did Love Let Go (10:47)
10. Pickin' The Blues (11:41)

A genre recording of Southern blues-rock, Dr. Hector and the Groove Injectors are fronted by guitarist and songwriter Dru Lombar, a fixture on the roots scene for over two decades, including work in the Connecticut band Grinderswitch. The quartet stomps through ten tracks here, each an exercise in some aspect of the lowdown. For the genre, it's not bad, but rarely broaches any original territory. Lombar is a decent guitarist who plays with conviction but never leaves the idiom, either to play outside the box or to bring anything back to it. The rest of the band are admirably tight and listen and react well (especially during the slowly simmering "Safe in Your Arms"), but are hardly sensitive enough to make the music interesting in a recorded setting. The band's arrangements play on traditional roots rock forms, spiced with a little bit of cloying slapping by bassist John Davies. Like Allman Brothers Band albums, the disc ends with a cover, in this case Elmore James' "Picking the Blues."

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