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The Roy Mette Band - Three & Five Live (2013)

6-09-2014, 16:26
Music | Blues | Rock

The Roy Mette Band - Three & Five Live (2013)

Artist: The Roy Mette Band
Title Of Album: Three & Five Live
Year Of Release: 2013
Genre: Blues Rock
Label: Roy Mette
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 67:26
Total Size: 154 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Over Is Over (5:10)
02. Strange Kind Of Feeling (4:25)
03. Stone Cold Sober (5:38)
04. Suffer (7:25)
05. The Whisper Game (5:16)
06. Blue Light Serenade (7:21)
07. Humanicide (4:39)
08. Blues Matters (3:45)
09. Mississippi Sweet (6:03)
10. The Devil Wore A Black Dress (3:29)
11. Woman Trouble (7:38)
12. Bullfrog Blues (6:29)

Roy Mette - Guitar and vocals
Andy Bostock - Bass
Wayne Bronze - Drums

A three piece blues/rock power trio that allows Roy to demonstrate his ample electric guitar skills and display his influences including, Clapton, Hendrix and especially Rory Gallagher. A set will usually include original numbers and a selection of Rory’s songs performed with the intention of capturing the essence of …the man – not note for note copies. Wayne Bronze bashes the bins at the back and Andy Bostock boots the bass at the bottom.

Roy Mette is a guitarist, singer and songwriter who has been performing since the mid ‘70s. He plays solo or in bands; covers blues, rock and folk and has a jolly good time doing it!

For the record (no pun intended) Roy’s first recorded output was in 1980 with the NWoBHM band Warrior. This was a 10 inch vinyl single that seemed a good idea at the time but wouldn’t fit into any jukeboxes so had a limited appeal.

He stems from what became known as the Thames Delta blues scene during the Seventies. Scores of fine blues outfits spilled out from the area at that time – Mickey Jupp’s Legend, Dr Feelgood, The Kursaal Flyers, Eddie and the Hot Rods etc.

Roy is a songwriter of some standing but live performance is where he really excels – go see him now!

“A man whose guitar playing leaves you gasping, whose voice can turn from a gentle whisper to window-rattling bellow, whose songwriting ability seems boundless and whose interpretations of other people’s material always brings an individual twist, Roy is deservedly gaining greater recognition with appearances at Festivals throughout the UK and gigs in Europe.” Digital Blues

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