Black Bayou Construkt | Kingdoms of Folly

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Kingdoms of Folly

by Black Bayou Construkt

Black Bayou is a psyouthern Gypsy-Death-Blues Atmospheric sextet that plays original compositions for The People.
Genre: Rock: Rock & Roll
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1. Jones For War
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2. In Search of
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3. Way of the Lamb
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4. Last Man Out of Babylon
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5. Lonley Street
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6. The Greater Good
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7. Killing Time
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8. Moving on
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9. Love Song for the Hated
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10. Bombs Away
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11. Streets of No End
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12. All the Kings Men
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13. Do You Want Me
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14. The Last Laugh
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15. Black is the Night
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Born: 2004 in the ashes of Santeria & numerous other Louisiana bands, Black Bayou is a psyouthern Gypsy-Death-Blues Atmospheric sextet that plays original compositions for The People. References nothing in the current over or underground, but is rooted in tradition and prone to experimental excursions of the atmospheric variety, which in some ways could be construed as a nod to the "jam band scene," albeit that would be the darker elements of said scene. Led by Dege Legg (Santeria frontman) and composed of Louisiana music veterans from the Louisiana blues, rock, roots, and and underground scenes.

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