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24pesos - Busted Broken & Blue (2010)

6-08-2014, 03:16
Music | Blues | Rock



24pesos - Busted Broken & Blue (2010)


Artist: 24pesos
Title Of Album: Busted Broken & Blue
Year Of Release: 2010
Label: Ourgate Records
Genre: Blues, Electric Blues
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 53:36 MIn
Total Size: 130 Mb

Tracklist:

1. Maxwell Street
2. Never Saw The Devil
3. Waiting At The Station
4. In The Summertime
5. Lowdown Sweet And Dirty
6. Live My Life (Just To Sing The Blues)
7. Mean What I Say
8. Still In Love With My Baby
9. Busted Broken And Blue
10. Day Becomes Night
11. Neckbones And Gumbo

24Pesos were founded by guitarist/singer/harp player Julian Burdock and bass player Silas Maitland who worked together with Geno Washington. Although the band hail from London, theres little else to give it away on this superb album when the styles and subject matters are so clearly American. Indeed its rare to hear such an impressive collection by a British artist of southern roots music as Busted Broken And Blue. The album is primarily the brainchild of Julian Burdock who composed the album, with Maitlands production and the quartet is completed by Moz Gamble on organ and Mike Connelly on drums who provide a raw groove as the band eases so comfortably between Blues, Gospel, soul, funk and hip hop. It commences with the story of Maxwell Street as Burdock sings of notable Blues greats over an infectious slide guitar riff. Never Saw The Devil by contrast has a sprightly Freddie King feel before the Blues stomp of Waiting At The Station with a superb blend of slide and harmonica. They do slow it down occasionally, notably on the acoustic ballad Somebody Else and the haunting slow and bluesy Night Becomes Day with poignant organ play from Gamble. The bands dedication is revealed through Live My Life To Sing The Blues and Burdocks dobro playing comes to the fore on the aptly titled Lowdown Sweet and Dirty. The band describes the album as an upbeat antidote to the doom and gloom of recession-hit Britain, yet it is so much more. This is a very strong, coherent release and well worth tracking down. ~Duncan Beattie





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