Thursday, December 1, 2016

Lew Jetton & 61 South 2000 State Line Blues

Genre: Blues
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:38:53
Size: 89,00 MB

United States

A Southern drawl singin' voice that's straight 'ol blues and the guitar work drips with Dixie blues-rock flavour, but with a touch of Chicago. 61 South has a harmonica player that I swear is the reincarnation (in style at least) of Slim Harpo and he plays like no one else on the blues scene today.... Straight authentic Southern style blues in all its down-home glory....too damn good to be a local secret. And 61 South should be on festival stages all over the U.S. showing how real Southern Blues should sound at it's best.....

This CD is one of those rare ones that make it all worthwhile. To discover a disc this entertaining and rewarding gives one a great boost of adrenaline and motivation..... Hopefully, this release will be the first of many and 61 South will become household names amongst blues fans who love the REAL THING. 5 bottles for a thoroughly entertaining debut release. Southern-fried and tasty....more please! (Real Blues Magazine)


01 - Curse The Day 04:29

02 - Betcha 02:49

03 - What's Wrong 05:06

04 - House Cat Blues 02:43

05 - Gettin' Colder 03:40

06 - Show Me 02:28

07 - Hushpuppies 03:06

08 - State Line Blues 03:38

09 - Homegrown Tomato 04:31

10 - Bad Boy 03:44

11 - Heavy Weather 02:39

Gamble for more Lew Jetton & 61 South


No comments: