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Harlis Sweetwater Band - Put It In Dirt (2014)

27-09-2016, 15:48
Blues | Rock

Title: Put It In Dirt
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Mojofonic
Genre: Blues Rock
Quality: Mp3/320 kbps
Total Time: 51:37
Total Size: 125 Mb


1. Goin’Up The Mountain
2. Anna Lee
3. Coolant Blues
4. Cornbread Blues
5. Don’t Keep Me Waiting
6. Can You Feel It Too
7. Can’t Make You Love Me
8. Crosstown Woman
9. Muddy Water
10. Evil Spirit
11. 12th Street Lonesome Blues

Harlis Sweetwater - Guitar & Vocals
Jimmy Sena - Drums
Jason Hosler - Bass
Jed Thurkettle - Trombone
Geoff Yeaton - Sax
Effrem Shaw - Trumpet

On stage, Harlis Sweetwater has enough presence to entice an audience for hours. It’s pretty much the same on a record and "Put It In Dirt" is no different. The blues man from California has lived in a world of music all his life, playing with countless great acts and carving his own name on the blues rock vine.
The opener “Goin’ Up The Mountain” is an electric blues tune, bursting with energy and fronted by that well known gruff-tone Sweetwater voice. The band was formed in 2012 with the purpose of making some truly engaging blues music. It’s a good start.
“Anna Lee” tones it down. It’s almost a blues ballad that’s been ripped straight out of the ’60s, horn section and all. Sweetwater certainly has a beast of a vocal box, but his ability to also produce a soulful melody really benefits the dynamic of the album.
As a whole, this album would sit as a high-energy mash up of soulful electric blues. It plays like a live show and shows the experience behind the band. It’s a tight, well thought out album worthy of listen.

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