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Jay Gordon Band - White Heaven Powdered Black (2003)

8-10-2016, 09:32
Blues | Rock | FLAC / APE

Title: White Heaven Powdered Black
Year Of Release: 2003
Label: Blue Ace Records
Genre: Blues Rock
Quality: Mp3 320 / Flac (image, log, .cue)
Total Time: 51:06
Total Size: 163/434 Mb (covers)


01. Let It Ring
02. Freight Train
03. Propaganda
04. Karma (Gonna Get Ya)
05. Juke Joint
06. Molly Jones
07. Savage Resurrection ( Instrumental)
08. Preview of Tracks - Bonus Track
09. Savage Resurrection ( Long Version The Ultimate, No Rest For The Rocker) - Bonus Track

white heaven powdered black-- the whole spirit of rock n, roll is evoked from start to finish along with the complete spectrum of blues and rock.this cd is definitely a departure from jay,s last recordings.from the first notes of let it ring to the last notes of no rest for the rocker white heaven powdered black displays a never ending wealth of uniqueness . the songs and sound are delivered with total strength and con viction that remains purely in the moment.jay has rerecorded his classic tribute to jimi hendrix and has turned it into a mega epic.savage resurrection now titled no rest for the rocker is guaranteed to satisfy your soul.jay cut,s loose playing fresh inventive solo,s that will make you jump out of your skin.this recording is his most aggressive & creative instrumental piece he has recorded.mark obrien from new york city blues had this to say:if you took voodoo chile / purple haze / dolly dagger / the 3rd stone from the sun / all interpertive reverence, this brazin, jarring rocker contains unexpected modal passages, as slashing wah-wah pedal as you ever heard, jaw dropping lead guitar and a tour-de-force of go for the jugalar improvisational axemanship with no inhibitions. jay gordon rocks.white heaven powdered black is filled with great song,s killer hooks and awesome sound this cd will find it,s place in rock,s history.herm at electric blues quoted " i concided jay's style to be on the last frontier and farthest reaching boundaries of the blues, heavy-blues.but jay's style necessitates a new classification, at least one i haven't concidered before. shred-blues is the best description i can come up with that aptly describes jay's style of play. a. grigg from real blues had this to say: jay gordon is a monster when it comes to high energy blues/rock guitar.for those of you who haven't heard his work prior you will probably be astound.check out electric redemption / rings around the sun jaywalkin /broadcasting the blues / blues infested/ and his 2 european release,s on the dixiefrog label of france, extremly danger blues/ six strings outlaw.also see page 204 in the all music guide 2003 edition for more info. also contact jay gordon @

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