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8-11-2014, 16:40
Music | Blues | Rock | FLAC / APE

Sauce Boss - 100% Pure (2014) Lossless

Artist: Sauce Boss
Title Of Album: 100% Pure
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Burning Disk Inc
Genre: Blues, Florida Blues, Slide Guitar Blues
Quality: Flac
Bitrate: Lossless
Total Time: 41:07 Min
Total Size: 320 Mb


01. Zipper Bird (3:20)
02. Marquis de Swamp (3:32)
03. Gonna Be All Right (3:46)
04. Chains (2:41)
05. Delta 9 Blues (4:00)
06. Peckerwood (3:07)
07. Chicago Combat Zone (3:03)
08. Cadillac of a Woman (5:04)
09. Hey Wilbur (2:16)
10. Sun (3:11)
11. Song of the Irish Band (2:10)
12. Outlaw Blues (4:47)

“100% Pure” blends the true-life stories with the legends surrounding the outlaw mystique of Bill Wharton, a/k/a The Sauce Boss. The album mixes blues songs with genre-bending selections. Mostly recorded in the one-man band format, “100% Pure” has a very large sound. Plenty of bottom, with a voice begging for mercy, and a slide guitar that crawls out of the swamp like a twelve foot gator.

Zipper Bird: This fanfare documents the flight of the Zipper Bird.

Marquis de Swamp: Totally wild and spooky groove.

Gonna Be All Right: I know it’s very dark right now, but the way out of this mess is to take a positive high road.

Chains: Love is a double-edged sword. We hold down the ones we love.

Delta 9 Blues: A little THC is good not only for glaucoma and pain; it also clears the mind of tribulation.

Peckerwood: Way out in Funk country is Peckerwood. Where the grass is all the colors of the rainbow.

Chicago Combat Zone: When I was three years old, I lived on the south side of Chicago. It was pretty scary. My father was beaten with a black jack, and robbed. That was the end of our stay in Chicago. Last year there were over 2,000 shooting victims.

Cadillac of a Woman: A testament to motherly love

Hey Wilbur: What you tryin’ to do? The answer is, “Groove!”

Sun: Go out and get some sun on your face. It will make you happy.

Song of the Irish Band: Song about songs: how they come to be, and how they give life to people all over the world.

Outlaw Blues: In 1984 (ironic date) I was jailed for cultivating marijuana. Thirty years later, things look like they are “Gonna Be All Right”.

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nrwsps   User offline   19 November 2014 09:05


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