The March 2018 edition of Blues in Britain magazine featured a review of our album – many thanks to Pete Clack!
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I have heard quite a few new albums over the last year and a lot of them are much the same, so what makes this album different? Unlike many others the cover versions are played with an originality whilst maintaining the essence of the original, this gives the songs a new lease of life. The major difference between this album and other releases is the quality of the bands own compositions, these lift the album to a new level. The superb musicianship on all tracks make this an album to treasure.
Thank you, Steve R, Bernie, Steve B. and Ray for this magnificent album!
Excellent!! Great sound and wonderful musicianship from everyone!
This is so up my street, the best I’ve heard in ages!
Sounds really good guys! Can’t wait to hear all of that live in our town next year…
Listened to the album again on the way home from work. Stonkin’ is all I can say! Cannot wait to catch you doing it live
What a great set at the Young Pretender during the Congleton Jazz and Blues Festival!
Loved your sound and looking forward to checking out your future gigs in the area.
Myself and my partner came to listen to your band last night. We attend regular events at the Bassment in Chelmsford, but we both agreed, you were the best we had seen there, in fact, as soon as I entered the room and you were playing, the first thing that came to my mind, was ‘what a polished, professional band’!
It was great (again). Ray is an inspiration to me to A) buy a Nord and B) practice my blues licks more. When I grow up i want to play like him. Im sure you will start getting gigs everywhere once the scene realise what a 4 piece they have got here. Just dynamite!
Matthew Philip Latter
Really great fun vibe not to mention very high standard of musicianship.