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King Muddfish - Tails Of The Flying Mermaids (2014)

30-11-2014, 19:33
Music | Blues | Rock

King Muddfish - Tails Of The Flying Mermaids (2014)

Artist: King Muddfish
Title Of Album: Tails Of The Flying Mermaids
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Blues Rock, Swamp Blues
Label: Bowfin Records
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 45:26
Total Size: 105 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Dandelion Tears (5:27)
02. Don't Point Your Pistol At Me (5:04)
03. Siren Song (5:37)
04. Country Angel (6:46)
05. Carry This Load (4:14)
06. Pick Me (4:37)
07. Heaven Shake (5:02)
08. Hold On (4:14)
09. Miami Blues (4:20)

Widening the blues path to draw upon ground broken by The Funky Meters, Dr. John, and Taj Majal laid atop the foundation of Howlin' Wolf, Muddy Water and John Lee Hooker, King muDDfish dishes up contemporary mix of blues genres called Swamp Boogie Blues. Song cover the mysterious, the deadly, the seductive, the love, the sacrifice, the esteem, the power, the joy, and the party in ways only the blues can do.

"Tails of the Flying Mermaids" reflects a heavy southern accent on a global vision of what the Blues can be from a band with nearly a half-century of history.

Mike Edwards and Dan Newman have forged their combined lead guitar style over decades of playing and writing together. From learning to play together as early teenagers from chord diagrams on a Beatles album, Mountain's Leslie West handing them two Albert King albums with instructions to lock themselves in a room and learn how to play like "THAT", to living on the hard road of smokey bars and tough living, Dan and Mike have relentlessly honed their craft despite the chaos around them and the temptations to which they surrendered.

Joel Kobelin and Bobby "BBG" Goldman lay the tight solid foundation upon which Mike and Dan soar.

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