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Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Appa's Bluespower 2000 6th Street

Genre: Blues
Rate: 160 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:28:21
Size: 32,48 MB

United States

What do you get when you mix two musicians with over 80 years of experience and a jam sheet that includes legends from rock, blues and country? You get Appa's Blues Power. Michael "Appa" Perry and "Uncle" John Turner had been friends for awhile and one day they decided to put together a blues band.

Michael "Appa" Perry started playing tunes back in 1962 at the young age of 13. He picked up the bass guitar a few years later and has played with Tom Jones, Jeff Healey, Jimmie Dale Court, Alabama, Merle Haggard, George Jones, Jim Talbot and many others.
"Uncle" John Turner started playing drums professionally back in 1957. He's played behind Johnny Winter, Stevie Ray Vaughan, B. B. King, Muddy Waters, Lightnin' Hopkins, Junior Wells and other who's who lists. He even played Woodstock and was inducted into the Texas Blues Music Hall of Fame. In Blues Power he drums, writes, and does vocals.

The band's CD, 6th Street, is nine tracks of fun original tunes. Beginning with "Shoulder Holster," written by Uncle John, "Shoulder Holster" is a tale about love gone astray. "Look in the closet baby, and bring my shoulder holster down. I see your husband up the street, might be some bullets flying round." With cool lyrics like that, a classic blues topic, and some killer guitar licks from Mike Keller, and ladies and gentlemen, we got us a blues song.

"Divorce Court on T.V." is another fun tune about real life blues and shows the band's sense of humor. Appa says, "'Astronaut Woman' was written by Uncle John for the space shuttle that flew over Austin one night." Mike Keller wrote and sings the fourth track "My Best Friend," that features keyboards from Matthew Farrell; both these guys are from the Keller Brothers Band. Appa wrote the slick instrumental "Get Straight," that features some electrifying guitar and keyboard work by the band.

Nick Gibson wrote the next tune, "Off the Bottom," and he also plays second guitar. Listen for the slide! Track 7, written and sung by Matthew Farrell is a slow paced tune called "Baby You Made Me Cry." Uncle John finishes up the last two songs on the CD, "I-10 Hurricane Blues" and the band's theme song with some power blues featuring his raw vocals an modern blues sound with lightning sax by Brad Andrews, stomping keyboard romps from Farrell and Mike's killer guitar. The Blues Power Theme gives each guy a chance to cut loose.

6th Street is entertaining, diverse and fun! (Joe Hall, Southwest Blues)


01 - Shoulder Holster 02:12

02 - Divorce Court On TV 02:27

03 - Astronaut Woman 04:56

04 - My Best Friend 03:14

05 - Get Straight 04:02

06 - Off The Bottom 01:57

07 - Baby You Made Me Cry 03:17

08 - I-10 Hurricane Blues 02:30

09 - Bluespower Theme 03:46

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Twice As Good 2005 2 X G

Genre: Blues
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:24:33
Size: 56,20 MB

United States

Electrifying guitar, harmonica and vocals accompanied by earthshaking Blues, Rock, and Latin beats of this legendary Native American group that are sure to leave you begging for more. (


01 - Twice As Good 02:09

02 - Broke My Heart In Two 03:45

03 - Don't Treat Me Right 04:44

04 - Rancheria 02:32

05 - Count On You (Mert's Song) 03:11

06 - Broken Heart 03:22

07 - Roll 'Em 02:16

08 - Early In The Morning 02:34

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Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Dzem 1997 Pod Wiatr

Genre: Blues-Rock
Rate: 281 kbps VBR / 44100
Time: 00:58:13
Size: 111,36 MB



01 - To Tylko Dwa Piwa 04:55

02 - Miliony Srebrnych Lez 06:14

03 - Alex 06:20

04 - Tylko Dla Wybranych 04:12

05 - W Pulapce 05:37

06 - Sloneczny Dzionek W Pewli Wielkiej 06:49

07 - Jak W Dominie 03:48

08 - Gonic Ciebie 06:22

09 - Bym Zobaczyc Mógl 05:40

10 - Jeden Zwyczajny Dzien 08:16

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Leszek Winder 1985 Blues Forever

Genre: Blues
Rate: 96 kbps CBR / 32000
Time: 00:49:44
Size: 35,68 MB


Polish blues guitarist & a band featuring TADEUSZ NALEPA (Breakout), recorded live in the studio in 1985. (


01 - Rock Me Now 08:37

02 - Gram Co Chce 03:56

03 - Blues O Slonym Paluszku 04:12

04 - Glajza 03:11

05 - Blues Dla Dzidka II 07:52

06 - Nigdy Cie Nie Zapomne 03:49

07 - Mysle Dzwiekami 03:17

08 - Blues O Smierci 05:53

09 - Wilczyca 06:30

10 - Blues Okularnika 02:27

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Monday, August 29, 2011

Alligator Stew 2001 Alligator Stew

Genre: Southern Rock
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:41:25
Size: 94,88 MB

United States

Swampy, dual slide-guitar cryin, dirty Southern rock with elements of Skynyrd, Fogerty, Steve Earle. GREASY. (


01 - Louisiana Man 04:08

02 - Shiner 05:45

03 - Doesn't Really Matter 03:02

04 - Blood Money 03:30

05 - One Time Too Long 04:28

06 - Two Wheels 04:00

07 - Rose Thorn Bed 03:13

08 - Voodoo Spell 02:34

09 - California Cowboy 04:06

10 - Mad Dog Saloon 03:10

11 - Blood Money (Acoustic) 03:29

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Big Mike Griffin 2003 Livin' Large

Genre: Blues
Rate: 256 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:52:33
Size: 96,12 MB

United States

Seldom do things work out the way you plant them. I had an idea for an album that would reflect my love for the blues, and my passion for Harleys. My former record label wasn't too interested in the project because they thought it was not going to target the "masses". Of course, I wasn't concerned about that as they were, so I took the idea to Ahab, and as he had seen the power of the music I wanted to record (he has been on the road with me for LONG time) we decided to form Chrome Link Records. We were gonna do one CD to sell at events, especially Bike Week and then I was gonna go back to making straight-ahead blues records, but we had no idea how successful our first CD (Harley In The Rain) would be. It has exceeded our wildest expectations! Our second CD (Twin Brothers of Different Mothers) has also been wildly successful.

So now this is our third CD on Chrome Link Records. Who woulda thought? Anyway, this is our third offering, and the reason we named it "LIVIN' LARGE" is because that reflects how I feel about this project. This is our largest production yet, with some of Nashville's best musicians and vocalists, also a guest appearance by the Legendary Buddy Miles, that's right, the drummer for Jimmi Hendrix's band of gypsies and Santana's lead singer! Man this was a dream come true for me! Also, our affiliation with one of the largest motor parts distributors, Chrome Specialties, has rounded out our theme of this album. Now you know why I really feel like I'm LIVIN' LARGE!!! (


01 - Livin' Large 04:41

02 - Too Many Drivers 05:51

03 - Baby Won't Ride 07:33

04 - Three Hundred Pounds of Joy 03:50

05 - Down in Hollywood 06:29

06 - Tryin To Get Back Home 06:15

07 - Oh, Pretty Woman 03:17

08 - Blues for Mr. B 05:55

09 - I'll Be Your Monkey 04:15

10 - I Wouldn't Lay My Guitar Down 04:27

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Sunday, August 28, 2011

The Night Time Heroes Blues Band 2002 This Time - Live At De Blauwe Wolk

Genre: Blues
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:55:57
Size: 128,01 MB


The blues is our passion... Your good time our goal

In 1996-1997 a band by the name of "The Night Time Heroes" was founded in the region of Aalst (Belgium). Peter Bronder (guitar), Karel Meganck (vocals & harmonica) and Jacky Verstraeten (bass) were among the founding members. Stany Van Veer (keyboards) joined us a bit later in 1997 and Luc Baetslé (drums) joined the band in March 1999. We changed our name slightly into "The Night Time Heroes Blues Band" in 2001, and published a live CD in 2002. You can find more details about that CD here. Since then, we kept on playing the blues for not having it.

Wherever we perform, in a club, at a streetcorner or at a large stage, fun comes in with our swinging blues. We offer a large variety of blues songs. Chicago- and Texas-blues, but also some "West-Coast" or funky blues. We also added pre-war blues songs (semi-)acoustically performed to our menu, together with some dishes from our own "cuisine"... Blues, feeling , good time and swing, that's what The Night Time Heroes stand for! People who pretend you can't dance on blues music, must come to one of our concerts urgently. Don't forget to put your dancing shoes on...! (


01 - Messing With The Kid 04:05

02 - Someday, Someway 04:16

03 - Red Headed Woman 04:13

04 - This Time 02:30

05 - My Turn To Suffer 06:35

06 - Mad About Her Blues 03:34

07 - Rock Me Baby 04:39

08 - Big Legs 02:55

09 - I'm Ready 03:58

10 - Long Time Ago 09:39

11 - Hoochie Coochie Man 05:36

12 - Back To Belgium 03:57

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Saturday, August 27, 2011

Cuby & Blizzards 2003 Boom Boom Bang In The Spirit Of John Lee Hooker

Genre: Blues
Rate: 256 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:50:18
Size: 92,02 MB



01 - Boom Boom 03:17

02 - Sugar Mama 03:23

03 - Liquor Blues 04:29

04 - Black Snake 02:30

05 - Faceless Voices 07:00

06 - Dead Drunk 03:42

07 - One Bourbon And One Scotch And One Beer 04:09

08 - I Can't Quit You Baby 02:55

09 - Wreckless Life 05:56

10 - Last Minute Flight 08:48

11 - Warning From The Ice 04:09

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Friday, August 26, 2011

Goat Motor 2006 Goat Motor

Genre: Southern Rock
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:55:14
Size: 126,33 MB

United States

Album Notes

How do you explain a three piece band with Marshall half-stacks, double-bass drums, and a menacing five-string bass? What if their degrees were in the field of Jazz Performance? What if they listened to Slayer on the way to a show but also refuse to hit the road without a copy of Michael McDonald; The Essential Collection? In what category would you place them if they opened for a punk band? Fusion? Bluegrass? Afro-Beat?

The three members of Goat Motor could probably explain their style of music about as well as they could explain how they came up with the name Goat Motor. One fact remains true; they LOVE music. So much that they now travel with three iPod's on every trip; one for each member and each one equipped with completely different music. It's no secret that Goat Motor does not like to be pigeon-holed and they have proved that by sharing stages with all walks of music. There is a firm belief that if you only listen to one style of music it will alienate you from expanding and growing not only as a musician, but as an individual.

Outside a recent Chicago show someone was overheard asking "so is this a 'Jam Band?'" To that her friend replied, "It's Rock n' Roll. They Rock."

No words ring more true when describing Goat Motor's debut self-titled LP. Working with prominent Chicago producer Rick Barnes, Goat Motor meticulously replicates their hard-driven Rock and Blues live show with 10 selected original compositions. Each track - featuring lead and backing vocals by all three members - with a different story to tell; lyrically and instrumentally. Fire Water offers a more straight-forward Rock piece absent of the extended improvised guitar solos and jams coveted by several of the bands past heroes. Settle Down best signifies the groups transition from a mere 3 piece "Jam Band" to the hard-hitting Rock n' Roll power trio it has become. Fan favourite High & Mighty (not to be mistaken with a recent release by former power-trio Gov't Mule - which was written two years after) takes a tongue-in-cheek stab at the world of Rock asking the eminent question "How Can You Rock?" Three Brothers offers a more sincere side to the band featuring stellar lyrics and vocals by drummer Dan McMurray. Without even having intentions on releasing How Could I Be So Blind (appositely known as HCIBSB or as the band pronounces it "Hick-a-bips") it delivers a prompt funk feel infrequently heard in recent Goat Motor pieces. The album closes out with Badlands in which the band experiments in a heavy "Sabbath-esque" tuning rounding out quite possibly the only way to describe this band; Hard-driven Rock & Blues.

After three years travelling and road-testing each song, this LP offers everything and more to the listener. It is 100% raw with not one stone left unturned, not one groove left un-crunched, and not one ass left un-kicked when you throw this 11 track masterpiece in to your preferred listening device. It may have taken nearly two years to make this album, but it was worth every minute.


01 - Law Man 04:32

02 - Fire Water 04:38

03 - Settle Down 04:42

04 - Three Brothers 05:35

05 - Blessed 06:20

06 - High & Mighty 07:02

07 - You 06:26

08 - How Could I Be So Blind 03:32

09 - Martyr 05:59

10 - Badlands 06:28

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The Back Alley Saints 2008 All The Fortune, All The Fame

Genre: Southern Rock
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:42:53
Size: 98,12 MB

United States

Album Notes

Remember when musicians weren't put in a box and were allowed to create their own sound? Remember when artists mixed equal parts BLUES, ROCK, SOUL, FUNK, and GOSPEL to create music that was timeless? Remember when songs were SUPPOSED to be longer than 3 minutes and 15 seconds? Well, remember no more, people! Out of Nashville TN come The Back Alley Saints with a brand of music that has one foot firmly planted in the classrooms of the old school yet with a sound completely relevant today.

Built on the firm foundation grooves of drummer Ray Gonzales and bassist Keith Kenyon, The Saints live shows are a back road full of twists and turns... honeysuckle and muddy minute going 100 miles and hour and then, all at once, braking on an unseen dime to take it all in. Guitarist Andy Jones navigates each genre with relative ease providing power and subtlety in heavy doses. Jones' molasses soaked guitar tone is one of the true high points in the music. Rounding out the lineup is songwriter and lead vocalist Brother Wells. Wells' vocals are tough to categorize but one thing is for sure...Wells would've felt right at home in Macon, Memphis, or Muscle Shoals. Singing with the fervour of a street corner prophet at times Wells has the ability to turn any Saints show into an old school revival!

All that said, The Back Alley Saints are not your stereotypical jam band content to noodle away for minutes on end but- without question- a band built on strong songs that definitely lives for the "jam"! Gonzales may have summed The Saints up the best when he offered this, "...we're intent on taking people on a journey, of sorts, both musically and lyrically. There are elements of what we do that point to the "jam" band scene, I guess, but I think there's way more to it than that. It's a bit more accessible and that could have something to do with what we're trying to say from a lyrical standpoint."


01 - All Day Long 01:46

02 - The Deep End 03:21

03 - Hurt Me 03:30

04 - Long Time 06:23

05 - Somebody Better Love Somebody 04:19

06 - Love Me Or Leave Me Alone 01:47

07 - Man In Need 01:30

08 - Rescue Me 04:19

09 - Someday (Little Lady) 05:43

10 - Shake Yourself 05:17

11 - Everything About You (Makes Me Happy) 04:58

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Thursday, August 25, 2011

Dzem 1994 Akustycznie - Suplement

Genre: Blues
Rate: 264 kbps VBR / 44100
Time: 00:42:16
Size: 76,74 MB



01 - Harley Mój 03:18

02 - Kiepska Gra 03:12

03 - Autsajder 05:23

04 - Po Co 02:30

05 - Naiwne Pytania 05:39

06 - Cala W Trawie 02:53

07 - Usmiech Smierci 04:38

08 - Koszmarna Noc 02:21

09 - Czlowieku Co Sie Z Toba Dzieje 03:01

10 - Sen O Victorii 03:00

11 - Whisky 05:23

12 - Modlitwa III - Pozwól Mi 00:58

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James Cotton Blues Band 2002 35th Anniversary Jam

Genre: Blues
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:53:09
Size: 121,91 MB

United States

Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine

Don't complain that there are too many guests here -- that's what this jam was all about, inviting a bunch of friends and kindred spirits to jam in the studio during June of 2001. These musicians were here to salute not just the great James Cotton and his songs, but the long life of his classic James Cotton Blues Band, by playing some of their greatest songs and having a good time. And that's what this is -- a good jam session, performed with heart and vigor. Some of the guests might be a bit better than others, but the band is lively, there's more grit than you'd expect for an all-digital production, and Cotton has moments where he simply smokes. He's constantly a joy to hear; listen to how he breaks into "Jingle Bells" during "The Creeper" and try not to smile. Sure, this isn't the first James Cotton album you should get, or even the fifth, but if you've been a longtime fan, you'll have fun with this.


01 - Don't Start Me Talking 03:27

02 - The Creeper 05:01

03 - I've Got A Feeling 04:57

04 - Cotton Crop Blues 04:09

05 - Fatuation 03:55

06 - How Long Can A Fool Go Wrong 03:35

07 - Rocket 88 03:02

08 - Blues In My Sleep 07:05

09 - River's Invitation 04:54

10 - All Walks Of Life 02:29

11 - Hold Me Baby 04:25

12 - Blues For The Hook 06:10

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Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Skibinski Winder 2006 Super Sessions

Genre: Blues
Rate: 303 kbps VBR / 44100
Time: 00:59:45
Size: 123,33 MB



01 - Witaj 02:16

02 - Rock Me Baby 03:45

03 - Skibaczek 02:52

04 - Albo Cacy Albo Lili 05:30

05 - Bluesowanie 08:02

06 - Krakowiaczek 08:18

07 - Thrill Is Gone 06:27

08 - I Feel Good 03:18

09 - Pewnie Ciezki Znow Bedzie Dzien 05:13

10 - Niewinni 09:55

11 - Zegnam Was 04:09

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Blue Junction 2006 The Journey

Genre: Blues
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:42:07
Size: 96,28 MB


Blue Junction was formed in 1998 in Aarhus, Denmark, and consists of seasoned top class musicians of the Aarhus blues scene.

In 1998, Blue Junction released their first album "22:17 - Live in Aarhus". An album, consisting of a mixture of originals and classics, which clearly demonstrates the bands dynamic live performances. The debut album won strong praise from Scandinavian as well as international reviewers, not least by American music magazines and record companies. In 2001, Blue Junction received a Real Blues Award for "Best Live European Blues Recording 2000".

In 2002, the band put out their second album "Diamond On A Dump", which was nominated a Danish Music Award for "Best Roots Album Of The Year", and in 2003, the band won a Real Blues Award for "Best European Blues Act 2003".

In 2004, Blue Junction released their third album "The Journey" on InTheHouse Records (ITHCD 0018), and in May 2005 the band put out a DualDisc (DVD with a CD on the flip side), with a live concert recorded in Brabrand, Denmark and with the best og the songs from the latest two CDs. (


01 - Introduced To The Blues 03:24

02 - The Journey 03:16

03 - Out Of Love 03:34

04 - Going Down To Texas 02:50

05 - El Mercado 00:50

06 - No Reason 03:36

07 - Big Body Brown 03:25

08 - Leave Me Be 03:07

09 - Who's To Trust 03:23

10 - Give It Up Judy 02:45

11 - Peacock Johnny 01:49

12 - There Is You 01:40

13 - Runnin' The Blues 08:28

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Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Lynyrd Skynyrd 1978 Skynyrd's First And Last

Genre: Southern Rock
Rate: 192 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:36:58
Size: 50,71 MB

United States

Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine

So named because this consists of Skynyrd's earliest recordings and was released after the tragic plane crash, thereby seeming to close the door on the band's career, Skynyrd's First and...Last is more than a simple historic curiosity, but not too much more. This music is more notable for being interesting -- in how it's possible to hear Ronnie VanZant coming into his own as a writer, or hearing future Blackfoot leader Ricky Medlocke's early songs -- than it is for being good, which it certainly is. Taken on its own, separated from the rest of the group's catalog, this would likely be seen as a great forgotten hard rock album from an obscure Southern outfit, but since Skynyrd went on to greater things, this winds up as a footnote -- enjoyable


01 - Down South Jukin' 02:15

02 - Preacher's Daughter 03:41

03 - White Dove 02:59

04 - Was I Right Or Wrong 05:25

05 - Lend A Helpin' Hand 04:22

06 - Wino 03:18

07 - Comin' Home 05:34

08 - The Seasons 04:12

09 - Things Goin' On 05:12

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The Dirty Guv'nahs 2007 Don't Need No Money

Genre: Rock
Rate: 192 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:43:27
Size: 59,61 MB

United States

The Guvs’ sound, which has been described as “a passionate, jubilant slice of rock meets Americana,” is accomplished through a sturdy foundation of gritty guitar tones and tight rhythms, accented with smooth harmonies, crunchy Hammond organ, bluesy piano and vigorous lead guitar solos. The soulful melodies and catchy choruses come courtesy of the band’s front man, James Trimble, who has drawn comparisons to Jagger, Morrison, and Springsteen in terms of both voice and energy. The finished delivery is a “must see live act” that was accurately described by a recent review in Nashville’s Music Connection Magazine – “The Dirty Guv’nahs possess a vintage zest that’s simple enough to attract a variety of listeners, yet a sound mature enough to capture a grizzled industry veteran. This band doesn’t just play music; they capture the human spirit through song.”


01 - Get Together 04:35

02 - Get Down Mama 05:03

03 - Eli 07:44

04 - Blue Rose Stroll 04:20

05 - Take A Ride 04:24

06 - Believer 03:20

07 - Fly Me Up To Heaven 05:49

08 - Amie Mae 04:03

09 - Saguaro 04:09

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Monday, August 22, 2011

Rambler 2004 First Things First

Genre: Southern Rock
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:40:57
Size: 93,69 MB

United States

Rambler hails from the deep south of the Florida Everglades. Influenced by the greatest southern rock bands also from Florida, Lynyrd Skynyrd and Molly Hatchet - Rambler has made southern rock history on their own terms by selling close to 40,000 CDs without any management or record label backing them up. This is the kind of spirit legend are made of...

Rambler was started by singer/songwriter Pat Terranova, who in 2003 hooked up with Rich Pierce (guitar and vocals) and together they put together an amazing line up of talented musicians: After adding drummer, James Porreca, guitarists Adam Jason and Sam J. Sam along with bassist John O'brian, Rambler was officially born. After several years without keyboards, they have added the talented and experienced Brian Webster to their line-up.

Ramblers debut CD "First Things First" came out in late 2004 and also features Mitch Farber on guitar, Willy Lussier on bass, Rikki Cuccia on acoustic guitar and vocals, and rock and roll hall of fame drummer, Artimus Pyle of Lynyrd Skynyrd fame. First Things First has currently sold over 30,000 units basically by hand at shows and out of the back of Pats car across the south east. (


01 - Hard Times 04:03

02 - Whiskey Drinking Eyes 04:36

03 - Drifter 04:14

04 - Travellin' Man 04:02

05 - 2nd Time For Romance 03:35

06 - Intoxicated 04:27

07 - Skynyrd Fantasy 04:06

08 - Liquor In The Front / Poker In The Rear 04:21

09 - Missin' You 03:38

10 - Blame It All On Me 03:55

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A. B. Skhy 1969 A. B. Skhy

Genre: Rock
Rate: 256 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:36:46
Size: 67,23 MB

United States

Jim Marcotte's walking bass underlies some brass riffs that'll knock your socks off. Dennis Geyer's guitar makes you want to get up an dance. Terry Anderson's drum work is solid and lays a great foundation for the rest of the band. Howard Wales makes the Hammond sing, and combines with the rest of the group to make you wish every song was longer. The horns are this album were arranged by Dave Roberts, and it's evident that he knows what he's doing. From the first blast, until the last note, they hit you and hold you. This is a solid buy, and it belongs in the collection of every fan of good jazz. blues, or rock. (


01 - Upsets Me Baby 07:12

02 - Just What I Need 03:33

03 - 24 Hours 02:34

04 - Camel Back 05:10

05 - (Understand) 05:41

06 - Love Isn't 04:14

07 - Of All Sad Words 03:12

08 - Love May Cure That 05:10

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Sunday, August 21, 2011

Aardvarks Bad Boys Blues Band 2000 Mojo Junction

Genre: Blues
Rate: 128 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:37:26
Size: 34,26 MB

United States

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01 - Cheese 'n' Crackers 04:40

02 - Aardvarks Darn Dues Blues 04:20

03 - A Bottle &The Blues Copy 02:52

04 - Cat Talkin' 05:02

05 - Bye My Love 03:45

06 - Blue Bird Blues 02:39

07 - Stratojazz 04:24

08 - Boogie Me Blues 04:47

09 - Dont Want Your Hell No More 04:57

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Danny Joe Brown & The Danny Joe Brown Band 1981 Danny Joe Brown & The Danny Joe Brown Band

Genre: Southern Rock
Rate: 192 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:38:44
Size: 53,42 MB

United States

The Danny Joe Brown Band was formed in 1980 and kept its musical emphasis close to the original style that his former band, Molly Hatchet had originated. The Danny Joe Brown Band was centred around its lead singer, Danny Joe Brown and rest of the band consisted of Bobby Ingram (Guitar), Steve Wheeler (Guitar), Kenny McVay (Guitar), John Glavin (Keyboards), Buzzy Meekin (Bass) and Jimmy Glenn (drums).

The band was signed to the same label that Molly Hatchet was on, Epic Records. It released its only self-titled album in 1981 and featured freebird-like hit Edge of Sundown, song that get still played on Molly Hatchet concerts to this day. Rest of the album was filled with the same old vocals that fans had come to know and love, and it took the Hatchet fans by storm.

The Danny Joe Brown Band toured heavily to promote their new album, but to noticeably smaller crowds than Danny Joe had experienced with Molly Hatchet, although they were billed as the opening act for Blackfoot on that band's highly successful Marauder tour in 1981. Danny Joe Brown replaced the entire band during the east coast leg of the band's US tour from February through May 1982. The new members were a three-guitar line-up featuring Al Tuten, Jimmy Polston and Billy Poovey, bassist Ronnie Able, and drummer Shane Bressette.

The Danny Joe Brown Band called it quits in 1982 soon after getting kicked out from the tour with Foghat, following Danny Joes attack on their tour manager. Danny Joe returned back to Molly Hatchet and stayed with them until his stroke in 1995. (


01 - Sundance 04:19

02 - Nobody Walks On Me 03:09

03 - The Alamo 03:07

04 - Two Days Home 03:14

05 - Edge Of Sundown 06:33

06 - Beggar Man 03:46

07 - Run For Your Life 03:41

08 - Hear My Song 03:15

09 - Gambler's Dream 03:33

10 - Hit The Road 04:07

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