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Audergang - Blues For The Blues (2015) Lossless

22-08-2015, 16:55
Music | Blues | Rock | FLAC / APE

Audergang - Blues For The Blues (2015) Lossless

Artist: Audergang
Title Of Album: Blues For The Blues
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Audergang
Genre: Blues, Rockin' Blues
Format: Flac
Quality: Lossless
Total Time: 47:29 Min
Total Size: 311 Mb


01. What Do You See
02. Ready To Lose
03. I'm So Glad
04. On Every Corner
05. Mineiro E Blueseiro
06. When I Met Johnny Winter
07. Howdy Hey! Howdy Ho!
08. Blues For The Blues
09. One Day
10. Song To Myself
11. Blues Da Chuva
12. Into The Road

In their second original album, AUDERGANG makes it clear that they’re here to stay, as they mark their territory and plant the blues flag in Minas Gerais State. The album shows what it’s all about in “What Do You See” with a lot of slide guitar and the distinctive voice of Auder Junior. Following, “Ready to Lose” leaves no doubt about one of the greatest influences of the band, no other than guitar legend Eric Clapton. The Texas Blues style comes in “I'm So Glad”. The fourth track of the album, the instrumental “On Every Corner”, features the band’s wide musical range. Instead of the usual English lyrics, it is time for a good old “mineires” (the State of Minas Gerais accent) that appears on “Mineiro e Bluseiro”, influenced by “Clube da Esquina” (Street Corner Club) movement. The sixth track, “When I Met Johnny Winter”, is about one of the major influences of Auder Junior, who was honored to perform Johnny's opening concert in Belo Horizonte, back in 2010. Once again the instrumental shows off, with many guitar riffs and harmonica tunes in “Howdy Hey! Houdy Ho!”. The informal greeting, “Howdy”, welcomes the next song that names the album: “Blues for the Blues”, and again with a hard Texas Blues style. “One Day”, the ninth song, cadences the album and makes room for the ballad “Song to Myself”, which brings the characteristic blues “sorrow”. Portuguese is back in “Blues da Chuva” (“Rain Blues”). “Into the Road” is an even more “bluesy” slow tempo blues with impeccable vocals by Khadhu from the progressive rock band “Cartoon”. The album is among the top 12 national releases in 2015 first half.

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