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Crooked Saws - This Machine Sells Cars (2015) Lossless

25-08-2015, 17:11
Music | Blues | Rock | FLAC / APE

Crooked Saws - This Machine Sells Cars (2015) Lossless

Artist: Crooked Saws
Title Of Album: This Machine Sells Cars
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Crooked Saws
Genre: Blues, Blues Rock
Format: Flac
Quality: Lossless
Total Time: 35:53 Min
Total Size: 240 Mb


1. Three Minute Long Song
2. Slave Boy
3. Yeow
4. Shine On
5. The Ride
6. Veteran Resignation
7. Bad Luck
8. Hard Love
9. Sad Days, Lonely Nights
10. Gone Baby Gone
11. Something More

This gloomy, plaintive and very deep, minimalist compositions played by the precepts of John Lee Hooker, Skip James and Son House, but with a contemporary vision and a classical approach. Besides the obvious love for the blues drummer Justin Fischler clearly loves Led Zep, and vocalist / guitarist Jesse Damien Revel indifferent to the soul and fuzz-rock. Out of all these trends and influences and formed a sound Crooked Saws - a sound that wants to listen and listen - whether it's sweeping the sermon - Slave boy; Bad luck; Hard love (name, then what!), Creaking, growling and howling like a hungry dog ??- Yeow; Gone baby gone or depressive-brooding - Shine on; Veteran resignation - they manage almost everything. Of course, it is worth noting especially gorgeous hypnotic blues - Sad Days, Lonely Nights. He reminded me of Otis Taylor of 2001 c of his White African, and it is a compliment to ogromenny CS.

Most importantly, listening to Crooked Saws, you immediately feel that this is a very sincere music, even personal. They do not want you to like, not beckoning you. They challenge you: So, are you ready? - Well, blame yourself.

As a result, we have one of the brightest release early this year and the inflow of fresh water into the already rather stagnant swamp

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