Friday, January 30, 2015

Duke Tumatoe & The Power Trio 1994 Wild Animals

Genre: Blues
Rate: 233 kbps VBR / 44100
Time: 00:51:47
Size: 87,36 MB

United States

Chicago-style guitar driven uptempo Blues. (cdbaby)


01 - Wild Animals 04:48

02 - Who's That Woman 04:17

03 - Dancing Burritos 05:06

04 - I'll Be Alright 04:56

05 - Buy Me A Buick 04:33

06 - Captive Of Love 05:27

07 - Pour Me A Drink 06:09

08 - 634-5789 03:28

09 - Dancing In The Alley 04:03

10 - Sex Cures It 03:55

11 - The Viper 05:05

Duke Tumatoe & The Power Trio here:



Thursday, January 29, 2015

Various Artists 2001 The Dialtones & The Alley 'Gators Split EP

Genre: Rock / Punk
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:07:40
Size: 17,56 MB



01 - Bad News 01:05

02 - Knife Manual 01:49

03 - Never Trust A 'Gator 02:08

04 - Dead End World 02:38

Various Artists here:


Year of October 2014 Golden Days

Year of October are bursting onto the scene with their debut single, "Gone," off of their new record Golden Days.

The group offers up a unique brand of Blues infused Rock n' Roll that hails from Nashville, TN. Year of October's songs are written straight from the heart, and become more captivating with every listen. Singer Phlecia Sullivan's soulful vocals are brought to life by Josh Sullivan's fuzzed out guitar and bass work, and tight drums from Greg Diamanti.

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Small Jackets 2006 Walking The Boogie

Genre: Rock
Rate: 284 kbps VBR / 44100
Time: 00:47:36
Size: 96,90 MB


The Second record, Walking The Boogie (2006) saw the departure of Piatto who was replaced by his student protégé Fabio Gardini (aka Eddy Current). The change brought a more mature sound and attracted the attention of the elite Scandinavia rock scene. Both Nicke “Royale” Anderson and Robert “Strings” Dahlquist” of the Hellacopters guested on the album bringing international attention to the power-chord four-piece. The disc boasted several breakthrough tracks including the bass-driven “My Surprise,” the massively hooky “Leave Me Alone” and the Ted Nugent injected “Born To Die.” By this time Go Down Records was in full stride releasing several quality discs a year including OJM’s classic Under The Thunder, Fuel From Hell’s Fill You Up With Five Star Gasoline and the garage punk icons Not Moving retrospective Live in the 80’s. The Jackets were poised for the next big step, with solid backing and a flourishing fan base. (


01 - My Surprise 04:37

02 - Forever Night 04:04

03 - If You Don't Need 03:49

04 - Leave Me Alone 03:10

05 - Maybe Tomorrow 06:20

06 - Wintertime 09:34

07 - Born To Die 02:53

08 - Heroes 03:51

09 - Phoenix's Light 01:30

10 - She Don't Care 04:50

11 - Traccia 11 02:58

Small Jackets here:


Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Tail Dragger 2005 My Head Is Bald

Genre: Blues
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 01:00:52
Size: 139,24 MB

United States

Review by Steve Leggett

James Yancy Jones, known professionally as Tail Dragger, is on the radical edge of contemporary blues simply by not changing a thing since he first hit the Chicago blues scene from his native Arkansas in the 1960s. A Howlin' Wolf protégé, Jones has grown into his role as an elder statesman, and in an era when drums are processed and guitar leads are as much synthesizer as they are strings, his "just the old blues, thank you, Ma'am," approach is downright refreshing. My Head Is Bald, a live set from Vern's Friendly Lounge on Chicago's West side, is as comfy as a pair of old wool socks, and while Jones isn't particularly innovative -- he still sounds like an ever-so-slightly polished-up version of the Wolf -- his version of the blues is so familiar and devoid of flash that it feels lived in and real, and original songs like "Tend to Your Business" and "Prison Blues" seem like they've been around forever. A Tail Dragger show is predictable, but that's the charm of it. This is blues in the neighborhood bar. You wouldn't want it to sound any other way.


01 - Intro 01:19

02 - Sitting Here Singing My Blues 09:25

03 - Talk 01:09

04 - Tend To Your Business 04:24

05 - Talk 00:50

06 - Prison Blues 08:10

07 - Talk 01:43

08 - So Ezee 05:32

09 - My Woman Is Gone 07:31

10 - Talk 03:32

11 - My Head Is Bald 08:57

12 - You Gotta Go 04:02

13 - Jump For Joy 04:18

Tail Dragger here:



Matti Norlin 2010 Live - Blues 3 Trappor Upp

Genre: Blues
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 01:10:20
Size: 160,92 MB


This is the latest album from Sweden's Matti Norlin. It's his 4th blues CD and his first since 2002. The album was recorded live at Blues 3 Trappor Upp (3 Stairs Up) in Tranemo Sweden and features a number of Matti Norlin originals with a smattering of blues classics from the likes of Robert Johnson and Charlie Patton.

A couple of things stand out on this CD. The first is the camaraderie between Matti and his audience. Although the dialogue is in Swedish, there is obvious humour apparent and the participation between artist and fan is quite extraordinary. The second is Matti's astonishing guitar playing. As well as his picking, he also plays quite a mean slide. His forays into rag time are also quite sensational.

The set kicks off at a brisk pace. Two Norlin originals, "Mind Your Own Business" and "Mainstream Blues" split by Robert Johnson's "Up Jumped The Devil" and by now the audience are really lapping this up.

A change in tempo, any one for ragtime?. I've found another way to live and "Airy Man Blues" are brilliantly played. The Big Bill Broonzy number "How You Want It Done: is the albums highlight. Controlled tension at it's very best. A trio of Norlin originals are next up. "Biscuits" (I've never heard a blues number with references to baking powder before), "Not Allowed" and "Groovin" are real rootsy, gutsy numbers before we return to some more rag time in the shape of "Milkcow Blues Boogie" and "Piccolo Rag". Two Charlie Patton numbers, "Shake It and Break It" and "Bird Nest Bound" follow before Matti is joined by Fredrik Haake on assorted kitchen utensils (baking trays, saucepan lids and cymbal) The disc closes with a rabble rousing "Emigration Blues".

This has to be one of he best solo live albums I have ever heard. Those who were present witnessed something quite special. The rest of us will have to hear the CD, It's indispensable.. (Mike Lightfoot)


01 - Presentation 01:22

02 - Mind Your Own Business 03:28

03 - Up Jumped The Devil 04:05

04 - Mainstream Blues 03:11

05 - I've Found Another Way To Live 04:03

06 - Airy Man Blues 03:53

07 - Airplane Blues 03:49

08 - How You Want It Done 07:11

09 - Biscuits 03:10

10 - Not Allowed 04:37

11 - Groovin 02:50

12 - Milkcow Blues Boogie 03:00

13 - Piccolo Rag 02:33

14 - Mellansnack 01:18

15 - Shake It And Brake It 02:07

16 - Bird Nest Bound 02:57

17 - Big Road Blues 04:20

18 - Mellansnack 2 01:18

19 - Ragtime Walks In Golden Shoes 04:51

20 - Emigration Blues 06:17

Matti Norlin here:



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