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Juke Rockets Blues Band & High Octane - Hungry Soul (2015)

2-02-2016, 20:48
Blues | Soul | Rock

Title: Hungry Soul
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Self Released
Genre: Blues Rock, Blues Soul
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 51:43
Total Size: 122 MB

1. American Train (2:22)
2. Can't Complain Blues (5:02)
3. Cougar (4:20)
4. Hungry Soul (4:36)
5. Keep On Walkin' (4:35)
6. Mister 7 (8:02)
7. Sunday Morning (5:20)
8. Summertime (6:38)
9. When I'm Good (4:48)
10. We Threw Love Away (5:54)

The Juke Rockets are true believers in the blues. The Waldo County-based four piece — powerhouse vocalist Carlene Thornton, guitarist Ron Casillo, bassist Steve Mellor and drummer/manager Tim Woitowitz — have been plying their trade for nearly a decade, most of that with Thornton, who got her start singing Janis Joplin karaoke before moving on to front the band. Now, finally, after eight years as a band and five with Thornton, the Juke Rockets have released their first proper album, “Hungry Soul,” which features nine all original songs and just one cover. There’s a reason the band has won the Road to Memphis competition twice now: they are very good musicians and songwriters, with a natural sense of the blues. Listening to “Hungry Soul,” you get the sense that these songs are just itching to be played live, where they truly live and thrive. And that’s where the Juke Rockets are meant to be, whether it’s in a bar, a club, an outdoor venue or a festival. Thornton, a charismatic front person, pairs beautifully with Casillo’s guitar licks and the super-tight rhythmic foundation of Mellor and Woitowitz. If you’re a blues fan in Maine, you definitely should give this a listen. ~Emily Burnham

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