Bill Durst | Good Good Lovin

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Good Good Lovin

by Bill Durst

This is blues but it rocks like a Mo-Fo, it is turbo charged Texas blues with British blues influence, like Stevie Ray and Billy Gibbons had a love-child, Durst is a genuine blues rock star.
Genre: Blues: Blues-Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Good Good Lovin
2:42 $0.99
2. Got Love
3:36 $0.99
3. 21st Century Blues
4:52 $0.99
4. I'm Alright
4:18 $0.99
5. Heaven Heaven
4:44 $0.99
6. King Snake Prowl
3:54 $0.99
7. What Could Have Been Love
3:04 $0.99
8. Northern Electric
3:09 $0.99
9. I Regret to Say
2:59 $0.99
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GOOD, GOOD LOVIN’ Bill Durst (Durstwerks)

Sweet Mother of God, what have I just heard?!? This is the 5th solo album by former Thundermug guitarist Bill Durst from Stratford, Ontario, and it’s one of the most exciting records I have heard in a very long time. “Every once in awhile in the life of an artist the gods do smile” Durst says in the bio, “and you are helped by unseen hands. After experimenting for a few years, we have found our musical sweet spot.”

Good, Good Lovin’ is the blues alright, but it also rocks like a motherf**ker, and the comparison that immediately comes to mind is if Stevie Ray and Billy Gibbons had a love child. Written by Durst and bassist Joe DeAngelis (also Thundermug’s original vocalist) and driven by the insistent pounding of drummer Corey Thompson, the performance of each of the 9 songs on this album are absolutely fearless. I love how it feels like the band is just leaning into it and going for broke at every possible turn.

They say you can judge people by the company they keep, and Bill Durst has opened for the likes of Aerosmith, The Yardbirds, Little Feat, Johnny Winter and Bad Company, and no doubt terrified them in doing so. This set is very physical, it feels like turbo charged Texas blues, it’s like a big, nasty muscle car smokin’ the tires and daring anyone to take them on. Bill Durst is an incredible guitarist- not in the “weedly-weedly, look how fast I can play” sense, but in the way each chord and every note he plays is drenched in soul and sweat- I’ll take that over the lightning ANY day.

Good, Good Lovin’ is a rockin’ blues record, with muscle, soul and vitality to spare. Some albums are good, some even great- this one is SPECTACULAR.

ESSENTIAL: King Snake Prowl, 21st Century Blues, Northern Electric

- John the Rock Doctor, Gonzo Online

For More Info go to Bill Durst Official Website Bio Discography Press



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