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Friday, December 9, 2011

Grinderswitch 1974 Honest To Goodness

Genre: Southern Rock
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 48000
Time: 00:42:04
Size: 96,32 MB

United States

Review by Bruce Eder

Grinderswitch's debut album starts off well enough with the Dickey Betts-driven "Kiss The Blues Goodbye," which makes for a riveting introduction. Nothing else here really matches its tightness or excitement, and the songwriting isn't up to the standard that the group would reach over the next couple of years. There's decent playing throughout, but apart from the opener, "Homebound" is the only track off the original album that begins to demonstrate Grinderswitch's potential, Dru Lombar's soulful voice finally finding a vehicle through which he can express himself properly. That, and a live bonus track ("You're So Fine"), are more representative of this band than most of the rest of this early effort.


01 - Kiss The Blues Goodbye 05:03

02 - Can't Keep A Good Man Down 04:00

03 - How The West Was Won 05:29

04 - Eighty Miles To Memphis 03:06

05 - Catch A Train 04:49

06 - Roll On Gambler 05:22

07 - Homebound 06:52

08 - Peach County Jamboree 03:54

09 - You're So Fine (Live Version) 03:29

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