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Sunday, August 4, 2013

Sunset Heights 1999 Sunset Heights

Genre: Blues
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 01:00:27
Size: 138,25 MB

United States

Review by Alex Henderson

One band that Sunset Heights often found itself compared to in the late '90s was the Black Crowes, and that isn't a bad comparison. Like the Crowes, Sunset favors earthy, gritty roots-rock, and also like the Crowes, they come across as a rock band with a healthy appreciation of the blues, as well as the great soul and funk of the '60s and early '70s. None of the songs on this self-titled CD actually have a 12-bar blues structure, but you can't miss the tremendous amount of blues feeling the Houston band brings to melodic, down-home offerings like "Did I Let You Down," "Tangerine" (not the Led Zeppelin classic or the Jimmy Dorsey swing-era hit), "Medicine Hat," and "Memory Lane." Nor can you miss the soul elements Sunset brings to its guitar-powered rock & roll, which often gives the impression that its members are quite hip to the classic recordings of Ike & Tina Turner, Rare Earth, and Sly & the Family Stone. This album isn't innovative, but it's honest and often quite enjoyable.


01 - Southern Star 04:48

02 - Did I Let You Down 04:23

03 - Meet Your Maker 04:50

04 - Freedom 05:15

05 - Medicine Hat 04:30

06 - Tangerine 04:46

07 - Memory Lane 03:36

08 - Lucy Come Home 04:32

09 - A Woman Like You 05:41

10 - Would It Be Too Much 04:54

11 - Drift Away 04:16

12 - Marking Time 04:34

13 - Body In Motion 04:22

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