Tuesday, December 1, 2015

The Insomniacs 2007 Left Coast Blues

Genre: Blues
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:50:03
Size: 114,42 MB

United States

“Left Coast Blues” is the impressive debut release by one of the youngest and most promising blues bands currently performing in the Pacific Northwest. Based in Portland, Oregon, a region that has been home to such nationally recognized talent as Robert Cray, Curtis Salgado, and Paul deLay, The Insomniacs have quickly established themselves with a solid reputation for delivering highly energetic live performances, along with intoxicatingly melodic, well crafted originals.

The band is led by 25 year-old vocalist/guitarist Vyasa Dodson, who draws inspiration from many of the Left Coast’s most highly regarded and influential musicians including Hollywood Fats, Little Charlie Baty and Junior Watson. Accompanied by Dean Mueller on bass, Alex Shakeri on keyboards, andDave Melyan on drums, The Insomniacs have successfully blended together an irresistible and potent mix of vintage swing, blues and classic rock 'n' roll, designed to reach out and appeal to both a broad and youthful audience.

In just a short period of time the band has already accumulated numerous awards and critical praise including a 2006 Muddy Award for “Best New Act” presented by the Cascade Blues Association, and airplay on the nationally syndicated radio news/talk program, the Ed Schultz Show, which has over 3 million listeners and is heard on over 100 affiliate stations across the nation. It’s now time to stop counting sheep and begin occupying those sleepless nights more effectively with the rejuvenating sounds of The Insomniacs! (http://www.shop.deltagrooveproductions.com/)


01 - Stick Around 04:28

02 - Serves Me Right 04:30

03 - Watch Your Mouth 03:13

04 - Stuttering Blues 04:05

05 - Crime Scene 02:57

06 - Wrong Kind Of Love 03:20

07 - I'll Treat You Right 03:19

08 - I'm Not Sorry 04:45

09 - Shake The Chandelier 03:26

10 - I Got Money 03:16

11 - Be Quiet 02:51

12 - Serves Me Right 05:36

13 - No Wine No Woman 04:17

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