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Billy Jenkins With The Blues Collective - Blues Zero Two (2002/2011)

9-01-2015, 08:07
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Billy Jenkins With The Blues Collective - Blues Zero Two (2002/2011)

Artist: Billy Jenkins With The Blues Collective
Title Of Album: Blues Zero Two
Year Of Release: 2002/2011
Label: VOTP
Genre: Blues, Electric Blues
Format: Mp3
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 46:20 Min
Total Size: 112 Mb


1. Blues Zero Two
2. This Is A Day To Forget
3. I Wanna Stay Here
4. Don't Eat That Cake
5. White Van Man
6. Down In The Deep Freeze
7. A Virus Called The Blues
8. I'm Staying In The Car
9. I Want My Tea

'Throughout, Jenkins' angry guitar playing is powerfully effective and the contributions from Dylan Bates (violin), Richard Bolton (guitar), Thaddeus Kelly (bass) and Mike Pickering (drums) - all outstanding musicians - are masterful. Trevor Hodgett/Blues In Britain Billy Jenkins sings, plays guitar & puffs some harmonica with Dylan Bates (violin) Richard Bolton (guitar) Thaddeus Kelly (bass) Mike Pickering (drumkit)

'BLUES ZERO TWO' is hardcore Blues Collective. Trains, consumerism, food fads, work ethics and the socio-industrial infrastructure all come under the microscope - and this time we can guarantee there are no screaming kids, cruise ship organs, or 'kitchen sink' rattling. Produced by Jon Wilkinson at Steam Room Studios in London's East End - BJ, Dylan Bates, Richard Bolton, Thad Kelly & Mike Pickering have been captured in all their raw magnificence, as they serve up another wry aural cartoon collection of society's foibles. All pieces are BJ penned except Charles Brown's 'A Virus Called The Blues'. A 'Pick Of The Year' in Blues In Britain magazine 2002 'The fantastic Blues Collective drive him along to new heights. His lyrics, as ever, are full of wit, profundity and crap jokes.

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