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StoneWire - When The Crow Flies (2014)

30-11-2014, 20:45
Music | Blues | Rock

StoneWire - When The Crow Flies (2014)

Artist: StoneWire
Title Of Album: When The Crow Flies
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: 22:11 Records
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Blues Rock
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 54:55 Min
Total Size: 134 Mb


01. Walk the Line
02. Favourite Bitch
03. Southern Honey
04. When the Crow Flies
05. Don't You
06. Mama They'll Never Know
07. One Last Time
08. RiverBlues
09. Vamonos
10. Winter's Hold
11. Fix You

Strangely, StoneWire’s debut album “When The Crow Flies” turned up just after I witnessed their performance at the Legends Festival in Great Yarmouth. I was impressed by the bands live performance and was again on hearing the album.

It’s a big rock record with a southern blues slant and features the powerful vocals of front woman Sky Hunter- and if you think she’s got a powerful voice on record, go and see the band live, you will not be disappointed. The album was produced by drummer Robert Glasner and was mixed by Voodoo Six’s bassist Tony Newton and a great job they have done too as they have captured the dirty blues rock and power of the bands live performance. Also on board for “When The Crow Flies” is The Almighty/ex-Alice Cooper guitarist Pete Friesen who provides additional guitar throughout.

Musically “Southern Honey” punches like Skynyrd whilst “Mama They’ll Never Know” has an air of Zeppelin about it. There are a couple of big, slow burning tracks in “Don’t you” and title track “When The Crow Flies” and a 7 minute epic in “Fix You”. However, it is the guitars on the slower “One Last Time” and the layered acoustic bonus track that almost steal the show here. The album’s highlights are rounded off by “Walk The Line”, “Favourite Bitch”, “Winters Hold” and “Vamanos”.

Normally at this point I would ask the question about the band’s ability to replicate the album in a live environment. This time I don’t need to bother so instead will advise you to go and see the band if you get the chance. (Nikk Gunns)

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