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The Elevators - Relatively Blue (2003)

19-05-2015, 19:19
Music | Blues | Rock

The Elevators - Relatively Blue (2003)

Artist: The Elevators
Title Of Album: Relatively Blue
Year Of Release: 2003
Label: Bluemoon Records
Genre: Blues, Electric Blues
Format: Mp3
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 62:52 Min
Total Size: 153 Mb


1. Understand (I'll Survive)
2. Everyday I Have The Blues
3. That's What I'll Do
4. Seven L-O-N-G Days
5. A Hard Road
6. My Time After A While
7. All Over Again
8. Double Trouble
9. Mean Old World
10. 3 O'clock Blues
11. Night Life
12. I'd Rather Go Blind
13. (Hidden Track)

The Elevators have justly earned their reputation for being one of the most exciting Blues Bands playing in England today. The Elevators are the leading UK exponents of the classic Electric blues tradition with references to BB King, Peter Green, Clapton, Robert Johnson and modernists like Cray. They are not afraid to venture in to Blues territory covered by Rye Cooder, Dylan and other exponents of the Blues waterfront. Supremely professional with classic and impeccable equipment, light show and stage presentation the Elevators are continuing to go down a storm in the Clubs, Bars, Blues venues and festivals across the country.

Once again you may want to ague who is the best Blues guitarist and singer in the country but there is no question which band has the 2 finest. The Band go out as a five piece but are also available with a full brass section, Hammond organ, the UKs top Harp player (Wilf Taylor) and various other guest singers.

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