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Sunday, March 10, 2013

Bullfrog Blues Machine 2005 Cross That Line

Genre: Blues
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:50:58
Size: 116,60 MB


“Cross That Line” is the new album of Dutch Bullfrog Blues Machine and stands out for its great packaging; although I’m not that fond of the album cover. It’s obvious that someone spent a lot of time and money on making this a cd that looks as good as it sounds.

All twelve songs stand out because of their uncomplicated compositions and the plain use of instruments. Crystal clear guitars and Hammond over true blues rhythms giving the album a modern and somewhat electric sound. Recommended for anyone who thinks that blues is for elderly people or anyone who thinks that only black people can get the blues. (


Hans Klerken
Chris Janssen
Bren Geerlings
Frans Mathijssen
Cross That Line

Dede Priest: Austin, Texas USA
Richard Koster: Cuban Heels NL
Willem van der Schoof: Eelco Gelling Band NL
Mike Donkers: Mellotones NL
Hans Klerken: vocals, electric and acoustic guitars
Chris Janssen: bass guitar and dobro


01 - Thin Line 05:16

02 - Mr. "J" 04:31

03 - On A Day Like This (feat. Dede Priest) 04:37

04 - Cross That Line 05:21

05 - Barkin' Dog Blues 02:58

06 - Back To The Roots (feat. Dede Priest) 03:48

07 - Johnny Left His Homeground 06:05

08 - When Your Life Is A Lie (feat. Dede Priest) 05:15

09 - Tears Cried For Heaven Or Hell 03:40

10 - Take It As It Comes 03:41

11 - Same World, Different Colors 04:02

12 - Bobtjes Dog 01:44

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