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.
Before they sweated their image down to beards, babes and hot rods, ZZ Top were a down 'n' dirty blues-rock trio with a bonafide hot guitar player in Billy Gibbons. On this 14-track offering, Warner goes back through the back ZZ catalog and cobbles together an interesting collection of the Texas trio's bluesier sides that originally appeared on their earliest albums. Highlights include "Brown Sugar," "A Fool for Your Stockings," "My Head's in Mississippi," "Apologies to Pearly" and Gibbons' storming stringwork on "Bar-B-Q."
Recorded live at the House of Blues in South Carolina, this Widespread Panic date featured the addition of the Dirty Dozen Brass Band playing alongside them. It makes for an entirely different 'spread show to be sure…
After more than a decade of silence, frontman Henrik Ostergaard got Dirty Looks back together in 2008 to record the band's eleventh studio album "California Free Ride". "California Free Ride" explodes with ten tracks of killer tunes guaranteed to blow away the Fall/Winter blues with a heavy dose of down and dirty hard rock power. Check out the anger in songs like "Under My Skin".
The music still sounds like the AC/DC-inspired, boogie and blues heavy metal that they have always done. Dirty Looks, despite their lack of popularity and label backing continues to stare the music industry in the face and give it the finger. This album was the last of theirs to be put out on Rockworld Records. "One Bad Leg" has a single page insert with no photos, no credits and no lyrics.