rock belongs live on stage (PERIOD). It is as simple as that - to
capture the experience jam rock creates live on stage you need to be
there, sweating with the band. It is not the feeling or sensation you
experiences with a CD.
we are dealing with 6 skilful musicians, who throughout the entire album
show great skills, creating very emotional songs, which are hard if not
impossible to put into a category. The mixture ranges from blues,
country, jazz, folk thru rock 'n' roll and I do like this album a whole
lot better than last years' "Anchor Drops". This album is more
song orientated, more mature and overall just a better experience.
see them live, that is where you'll experience them "for
real". The are touring intensively each year, averaging 160 concerts
a year, so maybe they'll play somewhere near you soon...
I love the artwork, one the coolest covers I've see for