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Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Rebel Pride 2009 All Points In Between

Genre: Southern Rock
Rate: 192 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:38:50
Size: 53,29 MB

United States

Album Notes

They have been ROCKING the Southeast United States as a not to miss stage act since the turn of the century. Rebel Pride is a kick butt "Southern Guitar Army" from the West coast of Florida (Tampa Bay). They sport a hard rocking style like their Southern Rock ancestors. They have shared the stage with such notables as Molly Hatchet, Charlie Daniels, Greg Allman and Friends, Marshall Tucker Band, Pat Travers, The Dixie Chix, Kenny Chesney, Montgomery-Gentry and more.

We hope you all get your copies of "Backin' It Up”, "It Is What It Is", and " All Points In Between" and enjoy the new CD's, and our site.

Thanks to all the new fans around the globe that have picked up the "It Is What It Is", "Backin' It Up" ,and "All Points in Between" CD's. Southern Rock is still alive and kickin'.

Rebel Pride 2009


01 - Girls Wanna Dance 03:57

02 - My Kinda Girl 04:11

03 - Cocaine Gun 03:56

04 - Me & The Boys 03:24

05 - Gonna Take A Lot More 03:09

06 - Touch Our Souls 03:34

07 - Backin' It Up 03:43

08 - Heritage Not Hate 03:59

09 - It Is What It Is 03:19

10 - One More Chance 05:38

Rebel Pride here:



Monday, July 30, 2012

E G Kight 2003 Southern Comfort

Genre: Blues
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:50:30
Size: 111,68 MB

United States

review by Scott Yanow

A strong singer, E.G. Kight is probably most notable for her intelligent and varied lyrics which deal with love lost and won, along with other universal topics. On Southern Comfort, her music ranges from lowdown blues and blues ballads to a couple of numbers with a gospel feel. Guitarist Bill Hinds takes some fine solos along the way, the rhythm section is versatile, and a few background singers give additional power to some of the numbers. Kight's closing, "Just One More," which features her accompanied by pianist Paul Hornsby, is touching. All in all, this is an impressive effort easily recommended to modern blues fans.


01 - If You Ever Touch Me 04:11

02 - Sad, Sad Sunday 04:39

03 - 'If' Is A Mighty Big Word 03:39

04 - No Time For The Blues 03:54

05 - Let The Blues Move You 03:20

06 - Cry Like A Rainy Day 05:43

07 - Somebody's Gotta Give 03:53

08 - Southern Comfort 04:24

09 - Angel From Montgomery 04:21

10 - Blues And Greens 04:20

11 - Lucky In Love 04:24

12 - Just One More 03:42

E G Kight here:



Vasti Jackson 2007 Bourbon Street Blues - Live In Nashville

Genre: Blues
Rate: 224 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 01:12:01
Size: 115,35 MB

United States

A no holds barred, live, walking the razors edge, funky blues celebration that puts you slap dab in the middle of the juke joint. (


01 - Mr V's Vicious Shuffle 03:24

02 - Let The Good Times Roll 03:38

03 - Hoochie Coochie Man 07:38

04 - Rock Me Baby 03:45

05 - You Send Me 06:19

06 - Let's Get It On 03:05

07 - Nawlins Jam (Cissy Strut, Hey Pokey Way) 07:52

08 - Band Intro 02:23

09 - Hey Joe 12:04

10 - Red House 04:39

11 - No Woman No Cry 07:23

12 - Hurricane Season 05:32

13 - Amazing Grace 04:19

Vasti Jackson here:



Sunday, July 29, 2012

High Cotton 1975 High Cotton

Genre: Southern Rock
Rate: 256 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:37:58
Size: 69,53 MB

United States


01 - Ain't It A Shame 03:41

02 - Going Up To Get Down 03:43

03 - Meet Me At The Junction 04:44

04 - It All Feels The Same 06:40

05 - Up Yours Mother (One More Time) 03:25

06 - Get Off My Back 04:03

07 - Take Me Away 04:55

08 - And You Will Know 03:55

09 - This Time Around 02:52

High Cotton here:



Saturday, July 28, 2012

The Kingsnakes 2004 Hot Snakes!

Genre: Blues
Rate: 192 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 01:08:57
Size: 94,88 MB

United States


01 - I Heard It Through The Grapevine 06:24

02 - Think It Over 03:22

03 - Caldonia 03:13

04 - Tough As Nails 04:16

05 - Oops 02:18

06 - No One But A Fool 05:17

07 - Just Got To Know 04:13

08 - Got My Mojo Working 06:05

09 - It's Twine Time 05:12

10 - Cadillac Woman 03:54

11 - Blue Monday 02:39

12 - Cissy Strut 03:55

13 - If You Can't Get What You Want 04:44

14 - Mama, Talk To Your Daughter 05:20

15 - She's Tough 03:49

16 - Whammer Jammer 04:16

The Kingsnakes here:



Thursday, July 26, 2012

Omar & The Howlers 2006 Bamboozled - Live In Germany

Genre: Blues
Rate: 128 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 01:14:11
Size: 67,78 MB

United States

review by Steve Leggett

Mississippi-born but Texas-based Omar Kent Dykes understands a fundamental fact about modern electric blues. He knows there are only a handful of rhythms and themes in the blues grab bag, and he uses them all over and over again in slightly different guises. This isn't necessarily a bad thing. The blues has lasted this long because it's supposed to sound like the blues, and if you stretch it too far you end up with something like prog rock. It is this fundamental conservatism of the blues and its limited palette that has kept the form alive long after its colorful offspring (R&B, soul, rock & roll etc.) have flown the roost, taking a large part of the audience with them. But Omar understands all this. He has had a 30-year career playing these rhythms, and he knows how to keep it all simple, direct, and powerful, and how to build new songs out of the fabric of the old songs without destroying their familiarity.

Bamboozled, a live set recorded at the Musa in Gottingen, Germany on October 20, 2005, finds Omar & the Howlers looking back over that 30 years of bars, sheds, and studios and hitting some of the high points. The opener, "Shake for Me," pretty much sets the tone with its gritty and overdriven guitar tone and harsh, ragged vocals that sound a bit like Wolfman Jack fronting a Texas blues trio. Omar slows things down for a couple of tracks here, like "East Side Blues" and the resonant "South Congress Blues," but pretty much the Howlers keep things chugging at a brisk pace as Omar trots out the Bo Diddley rhythm for "Magic Man," dips into the John Lee Hooker bag of rhythm tricks for his tribute to Hooker, "Boogie Man," continually recycling the history of the blues into a solid, 70-some minute example of what a modern blues band does. A clear highlight is the ominous, swampy realism of "Muddy Springs Road," which is informed by Omar's childhood memories growing up in McComb, MS, and it is easily one of the best songs he's ever written, bringing the personal and autobiographical to the familiar rhythmic structure of the blues.

This is what the best blues is supposed to do: locate the personal within a familiar framework that everyone -- band and audience -- understands. If Omar has a fault as a writer, it is that he doesn't do this enough, all too often falling prey to the easy clichés that seem to be part and parcel of the blues. Keeping things fresh while still keeping things familiar inside a tradition is a hard thing to do. On "Muddy Springs Road," Omar & the Howlers walk that line perfectly.

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01 - Shake For Me 02:23

02 - Mississippi Hoo Doo Man 05:17

03 - Bamboozled 05:01

04 - East Side Blues 06:04

05 - Magic Man 06:01

06 - South Congress Blues 05:57

07 - Boogie Man 04:32

08 - Muddy Springs Road 04:55

09 - That's Just My Life 03:49

10 - Snake Oil Doctor 06:12

11 - Bad Seed 03:04

12 - Wall Of Pride 03:13

13 - Hard Times In The Land Of Plenty 04:16

14 - Monkey Land 06:55

15 - Rock 'n' Roll Ball 06:32

Omar & The Howlers here:



Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Alejandro Medina 2005 De Que Sirve La Vida

Genre: Blues
Rate: 206 kbps VBR / 44100
Time: 00:53:39
Size: 76,45 MB


Alejandro Medina, es un bajista, compositor y cantante argentino de rock y blues (


01 - De Que Sirve La Vida 04:39

02 - Einstein 04:02

03 - Sacudeme 03:47

04 - Arde Mi Corazón 05:29

05 - Leyes Viejas 06:43

06 - Solo Y Perdido 05:11

07 - Un Trago De Whisky 04:42

08 - Juan Manuelito Rock 02:52

09 - Todo El Dia Me Pregunto 05:25

10 - Un Angel 03:48

11 - Baby 03:19

12 - De Que Me Disfrazo 03:42

Alejandro Medina here:



The Trevor Finlay Band 2005 Show Me What U Got

Genre: Blues-Rock
Rate: 192 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:43:13
Size: 59,25 MB


"Show Me What U Got" is one of the finest CDs in a long while. The material varies in style, combining elements of blues, rock, electric boogie, rockabilly, and a touch of funk. The overall sound is very original again somewhat reminiscent of some of the slide heavy Australians. There is not a bad track in the set and Trevor Finlay generates more energy in a mid tempo song than anyone I have heard in a long while. No matter the style or tempo, his guitar always demonstrates excellence of the 3 big "T"s: tone, timing, and taste.

My favorite tracks on the set include the wah wah drenched shuffle "Mr. Bad Timing", a wonderful remake of the old Gene Vincent tune "Bebopalula", the very rock radio friendly tracks "Couldn't It Wait (Til The Morning)" and "Lion's Mouth", with perhaps my very favorite being the opening track "I'll Come To You" featuring plenty of slide and driving rhythm. It's all good with plenty of diversity to hit most any taste. This young man is surely destined for great things to come in the future and someone whose career I will be watching closely as it develops. (Tom Branson)


01 - I'll Come To You 03:05

02 - Mr. Bad Timing 04:28

03 - It's Over 03:55

04 - Couldn't It Wait (Til The Morning) 03:37

05 - Let's Just Get Drunk 04:17

06 - Philly No More 02:37

07 - Bebopalula 04:34

08 - Dance Like No One's Looking 02:14

09 - Lion's Mouth 03:10

10 - Keep It Up 03:27

11 - Show Me What U Got 02:40

12 - Kiss 05:09

The Trevor Finlay Band here:



Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Eddie Stone & Friends 2004 Eddie Stone & Friends

Genre: Southern Rock
Rate: 192 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:40:43
Size: 55,91 MB

United States


Eddie Stone is a Georgia native who comes from a musical family. His father "Buddy" Stone played steel guitar with Country music legends Git Tanner and the Skillet Lickers. Eddie grew up playing in bands around central Georgia. He also worked as assistant sound engineer at Starday-King Studios in Macon at the time James Brown recorded "Hot Pants". After a tour of duty with the U.S. Army in Germany, Eddie returned to Georgia and joined Roundhouse. He was with Doc Holliday for the band's first four albums and tours, then left to pursue a solo career. He came back for the 1989 European Tour and left again a short time later to continue as a solo artist, releasing a well-received country music album in 1999. His Southern Rock project "Eddie Stone & Friends" was released in 2004. In recent years he has performed with a number of Southern bands including Grinderswitch, The Winters Brothers, Jimmy Hall, Wet Willie and Stillwater. He has appeared on every Doc Holliday CD since 2001.


01 - Don't Go Talkin' 04:32

02 - Shot Down In Cold Blood 03:30

03 - Please Be With Me 04:11

04 - A Good Woman's Hard To Find 06:06

05 - Almost Saturday Night 03:05

06 - Happy As A Man Can Be 03:42

07 - Take It Like A Man 04:01

08 - House On The Hill 03:16

09 - Southern Girls 03:18

10 - The Fire Still Burns 05:02

Eddie Stone & Friends here:



Watts Left 1999 Shot In The Dark

Genre: Southern Rock
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:36:13
Size: 82,83 MB

United States

Just when it looked like the best of the southern rock bands had come and gone, and that we would forever be stuck with regrouped bands dishing up revamped versions of the classics, along comes North Carolina's superb singer/guitarist/song writer Wes Nance and his equally impressive band, Watts Left. Watts Left consists of Chad Buie on drums, Harold Pridgen on bass, Mark Cannell on guitar, and Tom Tucker on vocals and harmonica. Wes Nance sings lead vocals and plays acoustic, electric, and slide guitars.

The disc, which is the debut release for the new Subtle Chaos Music, opens with the ballsy "Come and See Me," followed by "Backstreets." Both possess the Lynyrd Skynyrd/Molly Hatchet vibe, with energy to spare and some good, gritty southern vocals. That same energy weaves it's way through all of the 11 songs on the album. It peaks, however, in the set closer "Rebel Yell," which opens with the sound of Confederate drums marching into battle. Also outstanding is the title track "Shot in the Dark," "Can't Stop Searching," and the ballads "Hear the Gypsy Cry" and "Guess I Was Wrong."

"Shot in the Dark" is a refreshing breath of southern air, featuring talented musicians, well-constructed southern rock songs, and a plethora of hot licks. When you take away all of the one-hit wonders that dominate the charts these days, and strip away all of the nonsense out there, this is Watts Left. (Michael B. Smith, All Music Guide)


01 - Come And See Me 02:04

02 - Backstreets 04:04

03 - (And Now You're) Gone 03:34

04 - Shot In The Dark 03:04

05 - Chasing Shadows 02:56

06 - Can't Stop Searching 03:10

07 - Hear The Gypsy Cry 03:56

08 - Somewhere Down The Line 03:10

09 - Guess I Was Wrong 03:33

10 - Running Away 03:29

11 - Rebel Yell 03:13

Wes Nance & Watts Left here:



Monday, July 23, 2012

Vasti Jackson 2003 No Borders To The Blues

Genre: Blues
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 48000
Time: 01:12:24
Size: 165,70 MB

United States

Intense, funky, soulful, rocking, deep futuristic blues with guitar as hot as the Mississippi Delta and vocals honed by the trail of life. (


01 - No Border To The Blues 04:10

02 - The Fix It Man 05:09

03 - Monkey Dii Doo 04:57

04 - Man Alone 05:11

05 - That's It, I Quit 05:04

06 - When The Night Comes 04:37

07 - No Deposit 03:31

08 - 383-Emergency 04:08

09 - Up In Here 04:23

10 - Say Goodbye 05:33

11 - America, Proud & Strong 04:39

12 - Taste Of New Orleans 04:40

13 - Sweet Magnolia 05:25

14 - Train Rolling Blues 02:54

15 - Casino In The Cotton Fields 05:48

16 - Katie Webster's Hands 02:21

Vasti Jackson here:



Sunday, July 22, 2012

Johnny DeFrancesco 2009 I Saw It Comin'

Genre: Blues
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:47:33
Size: 108,81 MB

United States

Album Notes

"I Saw It Comin'" shows the Johnny DeFrancesco Power Trio at its best. Focused and true to their own identity, here the Power Trio delivers a collection of stories that conjures up images of life. Firmly entrenched in the blues, these songs burn with the exiting improvisation that the power trio does best. From the first note you know that Johnny is a major talent.

This CD is a virtual guitar clinic, effortlessly covering a lot of turf. Long-time rhythm section mates Glenn Ferracone and Paul Klinefelter engage in musical conversation with Johnny, part of the trio's instantly recognizable group personality. A collective voice not often heard, with the thrilling inventiveness and the audiences of their live performances have come to love and expect.


Johnny DeFrancesco - Guitar and Vocals
Paul Klinefelter - Bass
Glenn Ferracone - Drums

Special Guest:

Joey DeFrancesco - Organ


01 - I Got Something For Ya 03:09

02 - The Fight That We Fight 04:56

03 - The Way That I Love You 04:19

04 - A Real Mother For Ya 04:49

05 - I'm Leavin' You 04:41

06 - Freezin' Outside 05:12

07 - Let's Boogie Tonight 05:28

08 - I Saw It Comin' 06:48

09 - Nothin' Gonna Keep Me Away 08:11

Johnny DeFrancesco here:



Saturday, July 21, 2012

Gianfranco Segatto 2006 Drivin' By The Blues Ocean

Genre: Blues
Rate: 161 kbps VBR / 44100
Time: 00:50:26
Size: 67,19 MB


Italian Guitar Player Gianfranco Segatto first solo release is a straight up hard drivin style blues,the guitar is very much up front featuring aggressive blues-rock guitar playing."Drivin By The Blues Ocean" is a blues flavored CD,and a basically rock CD. (


01 - All My Tears Are Dry 03:47

02 - You Gotta Help Me 04:49

03 - Good Morning Blues 06:41

04 - Tequila Mockingbird 04:09

05 - It's A Blue Sky Day 04:42

06 - Blues Ain't Gone 03:50

07 - Bring It To Me 04:44

08 - Superstition 04:44

09 - Unzip My Pride 04:37

10 - Wind Cries Mary 03:48

11 - Nous 04:35

Gianfranco Segatto here:



The Micronite Filters 2012 The Wrong Side Of The Tracks

Genre: Blues-Rock
Rate: 281 kbps VBR / 44100
Time: 00:20:20
Size: 40,16 MB


These days I received an e-mail from - Noise that thinks ...


We're sending you the latest offering from new Canadian bluesy rockers The Micronite Filters. This 4-song EP called The Wrong Side of the Tracks is full of groove-heavy rhythm driving, dirty slick guitar sliding, key swinging, horn blowing, and well written word wailing. And it features some stellar vocals by Joan Smith of Toronto band Little Foot Long Foot.

Its a Canadian take on North Mississippi Hill country blues, alla The North Mississippi Allstars, R.L. Burnside etc... and would fit right in with the sounds of Seasick Steve etc...

You can listen to it online here:

Here's what some recent reviews have said:
"These shifty Canucks rock the blues like Ronnie Hawkin's demon seeds" - Rubber City Review, July 14, 2012

"A bluesier, more soulful version of proto-hard rock acts...tweaking the acid rock formula just enough to sound new again"
Benjamin Boles, Now Magazine January 7, 2012

"These dudes play music that hits you in your friggen guts. Body moving and toe tapping...they leave you with a feeling that's almost post-coital"
-, March 7, 2012

Its just a taste of what these MF's are cooking...they recently returned from a trip down to Oxford, MS to record with Mississippi hillbilly Jimbo Mathus (the Squirrel Nut Zippers, James Mathus and his Knockdown Society, Jimbo and the Tri-state Coalition). The new album will be one greasy-ass record, and looks to be the band's first full length vinyl - woohoo! So check out this EP, and stay tuned for more MF'n stuff. The band hopes to return to the US for a tour when the new album is done. In the mean time please enjoy the EP and share it with your friends, fans, and foes! And if you'd like a hard copy, send us a mailing address and we'll mail you one!

Yours in all things bent,

Mortimer Fritzhammer - Noise That Thinks...

In the words of Jon Spencer:

"The blues is #1, but I don't play no blues...I play rock and roll!"


01 - Hit The Hammer On The Nail 03:34

02 - The City Life Blues 05:25

03 - Hey Little Sister 03:29

04 - Cry Wolf Cry 04:15

05 - Grab That Train & Ride [Bonus] 03:37

The Micronite Filters here:

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Listen to the album @soundcloud

Friday, July 20, 2012

Rebel Pride 2007 The Southern Rock Tribute To Toby Keith

Genre: Southern Rock
Rate: 192 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:41:10
Size: 56,48 MB

United States

Rebel Pride brings traditional Southern rock to 21st century with their three guitar attack. With four albums already released, they have evolved to one of the finest new southern rock bands around.

Formed 1996 in Tampa Bay, Florida, Rebel Pride started as a country band, but have evolved to one of today’s hottest Southern rock Bands.

All members of Rebel Pride are veterans on Florida music scene and it shows in the way they handle their instruments. They have shared the stage with Lynyrd Skynyrd, 38 Special and even backed the mighty Charlie Daniels.

Today’s Rebel Pride consists of Dave Stevenson on bass, Pete Gratta on drums, Tom Spittle, Brian Jeffries and Pat Buffo on guitars. Pat Buffo also handles lead vocal duties with his strong, Danny Joe Brown like style. In fact, if you like Molly Hatchet or Blackfoot, you are going to love Rebel Pride.

Their first “new era” album, “It Is What It Is” came out in 2005 and follows the traditions set by Molly Hatchet and Lynyrd Skynyrd with heavy guitars and soulful vocals and was a big hit on southern rock radio station, Survive is the most played song of all times and they have four tracks on top 20.

2007 saw the release of two albums, Backin' It Up with their own material and A Southern Rock Tribute to Toby Keith, where Rebel Pride gave Toby’s tunes their own unique twist. (


01 - High Maintenance Woman 03:08

02 - Beer For My Horses 04:35

03 - Get Drunk And Be Somebody 03:00

04 - I'm Just Talkin' About Tonight 02:45

05 - I Love This Bar 04:15

06 - As Good As I Once Was 03:33

07 - A Little Less Talk And A Lot More Action 03:40

08 - Whiskey Girl 03:41

09 - You Ain't Much Fun 02:25

10 - Who's Your Daddy 06:01

11 - Should've Been A Cowboy 04:07

Rebel Pride here:



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