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Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Savoy Brown 1981 Rock 'n' Roll Warriors

Genre: Rock
Rate: 128 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:52:41
Size: 49,70 MB

United Kingdom

Review by Joe Viglione

Though Savoy Brown is primarily known as a blues band, Rock 'n' Roll Warriors says in the title what this is all about, as Kim Simmonds' aggregation obtained in vocalist Ralph Mormon a major component from the Joe Perry Project's first solo album, Let the Music Do the Talking, released the year before this. With producer Richie Wise, himself the lead singer of the heavy metal band Dust and co-producer of the first two albums from Kiss, there is a decidedly different edge to this release on Capitol/Town House.

The bandmembers look like they are the prototype for the 1984 film Streets of Fire on the cover, and though the three live tracks tacked onto the end of the LP on TKO Magnum's CD release has this group truer to its blues roots, the original ten studio tunes include some variety that Savoy Brown's followers may not have been accustomed to. Those bonus tracks, "Street Corner Talkin'," "I'm Tired," and "Hellbound Train," were recorded live at Denver's Rainbow Music Hall on June 27, 1981. They make a great reference point to hear how this version of the band tackled familiar territory, but original material like "Shot Down By Love" could easily have found itself on Joe Perry's disc and shows the bite producer Wise infused into this version of the group. This is the last Savoy Brown album to chart in the U.S., which is validation of its quality but still a shame, since the music here is vital enough to have jump-started SB's storied career. Mormon sounds comfortable and in control; that he had the opportunity to front bands featuring two guitar greats is something you can feel he embraced wholeheartedly.

Michael Heatley's year 2000 liner notes to the CD reissue give some history and the Chinn/Chapman tune that hit for the U.K. band Smokie, "Lay Back in the Arms of Someone," is a real treat -- pure pop that is wildly different from the band's minor '70s radio hit, "Tell Mama," or anything else here. The songs are mostly composed by Kim Simmonds, were recorded in North Hollywood, and shift from rock to blues to rock. Though viewed as an anomaly in the band's catalog, Rock 'n' Roll Warriors has gained credibility and much-deserved respect over the years.


01 - Cold Hearted Woman 02:40

02 - Georgie 02:51

03 - Bad Breaks (Make Me Feel Good) 05:44

04 - Don't Tell Me I Told You 02:44

05 - This Could Be The Night 04:04

06 - Lay Back In The Arms Of Someone 04:18

07 - Shot Down By Love 03:05

08 - Bad Girls 03:39

09 - Got Love If You Want It 03:18

10 - Nobody's Perfect 03:37

11 - Street Corner Talkin' (Live) 04:21

12 - I'm Tired (Live) 02:39

13 - Hellbound Train (Live) 09:41

Savoy Brown here:


Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Garfeel Ruff 1979 Garfeel Ruff

Genre: Southern Rock
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:47:25
Size: 108,57 MB

United States

Review by Michael B. Smith

Garfeel Ruff's debut album is a true piece of Southern musical history. Featuring the blue-eyed soul of guitarist Rick E. Godfrey and his keyboard-playing brother Ronnie Godfrey, along with guitarist Buddy Strong, bassist Franklin Wilkie, and drummer Alan Pearson, the band's self-titled debut was produced and engineered by Craig Leon. Hailing from Greenville, South Carolina, Garfeel Ruff became a regional favorite during the late 1970s with many of the songs from this recording -- "(Ride On) Purple Satin Lady," "Pine Needles Don't Cry," and "I'm Hungry." This is truly a diamond in the rough. Excellent musicianship and power-packed vocals make Garfeel Ruff a true lost classic.


01 - Starshine 04:30

02 - Pine Needles Don't Cry 03:48

03 - On The Telephone 02:42

04 - Show Me Your Love 04:04

05 - Runaround 03:59

06 - Take A Look 03:21

07 - (Ride On) Purple Satin Lady 04:11

08 - I'm Hungry 02:49

09 - You Make Me Feel Real 03:22

10 - The Choice Is Yours 04:40

11 - The Hitter (From Ost The Hitter) 03:13

12 - Don't Count On Me (From Ost The Hitter) 02:28

13 - Street Hustlin' (From Ost The Hitter) 04:18

Garfeel Ruff here:


Joe Richardson Express 2002 Somhelgisfel

Genre: Blues
Rate: 198 kbps VBR / 44100
Time: 00:44:34
Size: 67,21 MB

United States

Keep the doors and windows unlocked when you hear this--a handy exit is the best thing for survival instincts when you feel your flesh crawl. This is what a Rottweiler would sound like if it could play music, and Joe looks like that evil wizard Saruman in "Lord of the Rings."

If you want to conjure up some powerful spirits, don't expect anything that will be easy to handle when the Express summons them-or else. This is primal, raging, and aboriginal in nature, and if you find the hair standing up on the back of your neck, just be glad your head is still attached to feel it.

Joe and his buddies can crack your back as well, just trying to move to those on-the-torture-rack rhythms. Lenny Kravitz gets a thumbs-up for "The Gospel," and Jimi and Stevie Ray sent "Cry" and "Mother Rain" down from the Heaven's Hall of Guitar Heroes. Watch out for the "Black Sheep of the Blues": you're gonna be the one who gets skinned for your hide.

Not safe yet? There's a touch of dobro mojo when you reach "Virginia," but "Witch Cat" will boil you alive in a Louisiana bayou cauldron with a voodoo chant. Dig this--J.S. Bach gets soul too: Joe blows a "Mass in Delta Minor" on harmonica. Salvation comes with the morning light, and pray for mercy. (Mitch Lopate)


01 - Feelin' Like The Dead 03:23

02 - Black Sheep Of The Blues 04:05

03 - Golden Idol 02:28

04 - Somhelgisfel 02:52

05 - The Gospel 05:09

06 - Cry 04:14

07 - Virginia 03:12

08 - Trouble 05:01

09 - Witch Cat 05:00

10 - Mother Rain 07:04

11 - Mass In Delta Minor 02:06

Joe Richardson Express here:



Monday, November 24, 2014

Dickey Med ? Give Me My Guitar & 220!

Genre: Blues-Rock
Rate: 128 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:44:50
Size: 40,94 MB



01 - Speed Wheels 02:58

02 - Show Business 04:07

03 - Give Me My Guitar & 220! 04:07

04 - Suisideman 05:59

05 - Go With God! 03:24

06 - Sunday 05:40

07 - Miracle Is Gone 03:20

08 - Who That Follow Me 05:05

09 - Talegram 05:19

10 - Winter Return 04:51

Dickey Med here:


Stray Cats 1989 Blast Off!

Genre: Rock
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:30:21
Size: 69,49 MB

United States

Niiiice album! Starts with hard test, Repeat after me: 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 Blast off! And try it especially when you're totally drunk.
This albums main part is to rock and in my opinion it succeed to make it containing cool material like: "Blast off", "Rockabilly world", Rockin' all over the place" and tribute to huge greats Vincent and Cochran"Gene and Eddie". But my total favourite is bluesy "Nine lives" wich truly is credible clearance. Wow! (porto508)


01 - Blast Off 02:42

02 - Gina 02:49

03 - Everybody Needs Rock 'n' Roll 02:15

04 - Gene And Eddie 03:20

05 - Rockabilly Rules 02:51

06 - Bring It Back Again 03:06

07 - Slip, Slip, Slippin' In 02:45

08 - Rockabilly World 03:02

09 - Rockin' All Over The Place 03:34

10 - Nine Lives 03:57

Stray Cats here:


Sunday, November 23, 2014

Liz Mandeville Greeson 1996 Look At Me

Genre: Blues
Rate: 256 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:50:37
Size: 92,71 MB

United States

High energy, young woman blues ... Featuring the Aron Burton Band, Dave Jefferson, Allen Batts, Michael Dotson & others.


01 - Look At Me, Look At Me 03:08

02 - I'm On A Rocket Tonight 03:43

03 - Fish Food 02:21

04 - Everybody's Breakin Up (Except You And Me) 04:11

05 - Shoulda Ben A Love Song 03:56

06 - I Don't Like Ya No More 01:47

07 - That's What A Man'll Do To You 02:31

08 - Gone Away, Problem Solved 05:36

09 - Someday You'll Win 03:25

10 - The Money's All Spent 03:36

11 - Life Sentence Of The Blues 04:12

12 - I'm So Blue (Cause Both Of My Men Are Gone) 03:24

13 - Trouble Times 04:39

14 - Look In Your Heart 04:08

Liz Mandeville Greeson here:



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