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Sunday, June 16, 2013

JR Band 2004 The Real McCoy

Genre: Blues-Rock
Rate: 207 kbps VBR / 44100
Time: 00:53:27
Size: 74,34 MB


Rock 'n' Roll that comes straight from the heart!

8 great songs on this album, some full of power, some full of emotion. The typical high, vibrating voice of Jan Rijbroek (he sang in the Elvin Bishop Band in the late 80's) fits extremely well with the melodic heavy music. Of course, the guitar is the #1-instrument (quote JR: "My guitar is a mature woman. I have to hear her scream and complain, when I manhandle her!"), but the Hammond is also nicely present. Keyboardsman Professor Frankenstein knows how to handle it. Together with Peter Cook (bass, ex Motors, Bram Tschaikovsky) and Edwin Spacemarine (drums, percussion) the JR Band is an experienced whole (an average of 160 gigs a year, throughout the world(!)).

Highlights on the album are: "Break Away", "Can't Blame The Boy" (great lyrics!), the 15 minutes dramatic "Deathroll" and "The Loner".

But most of all you've got to see them "ALIVE"! You won't be disappointed! The energetic show you see on stage, you can't hear on the album. (


01 - Break Away 04:19

02 - Can't Blame The Boy 03:50

03 - Money / Harlem Nocturne 09:08

04 - Die Hard Crew 05:06

05 - Deathroll 15:12

06 - Finish What You've Started 05:26

07 - The Loner 06:34

08 - This Kind Of Love 03:52

JR Band here:


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