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The Sidney Green Street Band - SGSB (2014)

21-07-2014, 15:49
Music | Blues | Rock

The Sidney Green Street Band - SGSB (2014)

Artist: The Sidney Green Street Band
Title Of Album: SGSB
Year Of Release:
Label: The Sidney Green Street Band
Genre: Blues Rock
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 51:13 Min
Total Size: 125 Mb


1. Bye Bye Bye
2. Sadie
3. Divine
4. Get It Back
5. One Good Kiss
6. Bama Bounce
7. Some Things Ain't Never Gonna Change
8. Payin the Price
9. My Pride
10. Number
11. Consumer

The Sidney Green Street Band story begins, of course, in a classic roadhouse in Northern New Jersey called the Great Notch Inn, where four prolific rock musicians……and the closest of friends, explosively deliver an exceptionally wide-ranging musical allure that infuses good southern rock ‘n roll with elements of rhythm & blues and jazz.

The Sidney Green Street Band is a guitar-band, plain and simple, featuring the best rhythm section in New York….or in the world for that matter. Guitarists Justin Jordan and Lance Doss are exceptionally agile guitarists; equally adept at channeling legendary slice of Quicksilver-era psychedelia as they are at evoking the bittersweet twin guitar harmonies of the Allman Brothers. The forceful syncopated drive of the rhythm section is the legendary Steve Holley (Paul McCartney, Elton John, Joe Cocker and Ian Hunter) on drums and Paul Page (Ian Hunter, John Cale, Dion, Gary US Bonds) on bass.

Vocalist Doss, born in bred in Alabama, brings a myriad of colors to the Southern based roots that form his foundation; rousing and rebellious.

Songs reflect some shared emotional states and narrative threads both real and imagined amongst the band members. “Payin' The Price” speaks to personal confession and “Some Things Ain’t Never Gonna Change” is as smooth and pure as emotional reflection can be while still looking ahead. “Sadie” which takes a detour to All Capp’s mythic hillbilly Dog patch, is an instant classic.

This kind of jamming requires a level of technical virtuosity and music literacy that only years of combined varicolored experience can produce. That is The Sidney Green Street Band.

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