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Bare Bones Boogie Band - Bare Bones Boogie Band (Red Album) (2010) Lossless

31-07-2014, 16:07
Music | Blues | Rock | FLAC / APE

Bare Bones Boogie Band - Bare Bones Boogie Band (Red Album) (2010) Lossless

Artist: Bare Bones Boogie Band
Title Of Album: Bare Bones Boogie Band (Red Album)
Year Of Release: 2010
Label: Bare Bones Boogie Band
Genre: Blues Rock
Quality: Flac
Bitrate: Lossless
Total Time: 45:28 Min
Total Size: 297 Mb


01. Baby, Baby Be Mine (6:10)
02. Black Cat Strikes Back (4:45)
03. Full Tilt Boogie Man (3:24)
04. One Good Man (6:09)
05. Sister Sunshine (3:48)
06. I'd Rather Go Blind (5:46)
07. Live With Me (3:26)
08. Simple Suggestion (4:00)
09. Throw Me A Line (4:20)
10. Early Monday Morning (3:40)

“It is to their credit they can also be filed next to The Rolling Stones and Janis Joplin. The opener, 'Baby, Baby Be Mine' has the infectious riff and rhythm of the latter two in particular. Guitarist Iain Black composes six of the tracks, so it's no surprise that the album is a guitar gumbo, with shades of Peter Green most welcome. 'Black Cat Strikes Back' has an air of early Texas, only better, with Helen Turner giving heartfelt feeling to the vocals, certainly more Lorna Fothergill than Sharlene Spiteri. The boogie element of the band only comes across on a couple of tracks and is almost a misnomer, as their focus works best on the slow shivering Blues. Turner rejuvenates Joplin in 'One Good Man' and this sound is surely their stripped down bare bones niche. A crowd-pleasing precipitator, 'I'd Rather Go Blind' is emotively raw and leads sweetly into the Jagger/Richards avalanche of rock 'Live With Me'. It's a super debut.”

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