The blindside blues band to mastermind Mike Onesko belongs to the top of the power-Blues. Rarely the blues of similar to hard 'n' is interpreted currently heavy as of this combo. Classic 'old school' is equipped with hardest riffs and powerful fills them. Oneskos game is trained to guitarists like Jimi Hendrix and Robin Trower, also cream or deep purple fall to benchmark - the spectacular musicality of everyone never gets to the end in itself, but is always the band subordinates.
Way-kool new studio disc by the BLINDSIDE BLUES BAND featuring Mike Onesko & Co. rockin' the blues on this excellent follow-up to the first volume of "Smokehouse Sessions". Includes 10 awesome tracks of raw, hard-edged, bad-ass, dirty, blues-based, heavy guitar BBB jams. Includes Special Guest and Axeripper Supreme - JAY JESSE JOHNSON jammin' on three killer, BBB heavy guitar rockers that are guaranteed to kick your ass & rock your low-down "Evil Blues" away.
Killer 12th disc by this excellent, long-standing, blues-based, heavy guitar rock riff:machine featuring 11 tracks of awesome, powerful, hard-hitting, retro-fied, dual guitar fueled riffage + mojo that kicks ass @ the hard rock excellence boogie train. Make no mistake, Blindside Blues Band have landed and are here to rock your bad-ass blues away. Crank up the volume and get ready to blast off into outer space with B.B.B. on the "Journey To The Stars" disc. Blindside Blues Band is fronted by the legendary Mike Onesko on guitar & vocals. The man is a true riff:master who is on a Mission to Keep the Rock Alive. Onesko's classic riffage speaks volumes with endless amounts of 70s-inspired hard rock truth…
The new album of the BBB is waiting right up with 2 new features. On the one hand, has gone a new guitarist with Jay Jesse Johnson and delivers exciting guitar duels with Miike Onesko. On the other hand, both guitarists for the recording used only fender of affectionate. The result: A clear and powerful rockended blues rock album.
The Cameo Blues Band is a Toronto-based blues band, originally formed in 1978. It is particularly notable for its association with several of Canada's leading blues singers, including Richard "Hock" Walsh, Tony Flaim and Chuck Jackson, all of whom were also associated with the Downchild Blues Band. In 2002, at the instigation of producer and independent label owner Lance Anderson, the Cameo Blues Band recorded its first album, on Make It Real Records. Band membership for the album was composed of Ray Harrison (piano and Hammond B3), John Bride (guitar), Tom Griffiths (bass) and Michael Sloski (drums). Vocals were contributed by four previous lead singers of the band: Dickie, Jackson, Tomlinson and Zwol. Invited guests contributing to the album were Michael Fonfara, keyboard player for Downchild, Freddie Keeler and Terry Blersh on guitars, and Larry Shields on tuba.
It is 1978 and Climax Blues Band is at the peak of its powers during a happy golden era when rock bands rule. They had hit the charts the previous year with funky single Couldn't Get It Right and they get it right on again with shiny new album Shine On . It features marvellous performances from a classic Climax line up with Peter Haycock at the helm on lead guitar and vocals. Peter is joined by Colin Cooper, the deep toned vocal-meister and superb alto sax player. They are boosted by a super tight rhythm section comprising Derek Holt (bass) and John Cuffley (drums). Climax romp through eight raunchy tracks, including Makin Love (released as a single and available here as a bonus track) and the stomping boogie Champagne & Rock n Roll . A cover of Tony Joe White's The Gospel Singer comes complete with soulful backing vocalists. Okay, so it s not 1978 anymore, but more than thirty years later, the music still sounds great and Climax rule one more time on this sought-after CD, complete with informative liner notes.
Now available on CD in Digipak format. Released for short time in 1993 on the indie HTD label and hard to find. Recorded at The Attic Bar in Stafford in September 1992, before an ecstatic home-town crowd. Only their second live album after 1974's iconic FM Live and of comparable quality. Features definitive Nineties line up of Colin Cooper, Lester Hunt, George Glover, Neil Simpson and Roy Adams. Contains long-time set opener Fool For The Bright Lights , their biggest hit single Couldn't Get It Right and classics Chasing Change and The Movie Queen . Band play on today with frontman Johnny Mars replacing the late Colin Cooper, and most of this repertoire survives in their set. Booklet with authoritative and extensive liner notes written by respected Record Collector journalist Michael Heatley. Expertly remastered superb sound - top quality reproduction. The best in the business!