Blindstone | Blues-O-Delic Celebration (A Tribute to the Blues)

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Blues-O-Delic Celebration (A Tribute to the Blues)

by Blindstone

Way-kool 8th studio disc by Blindstone, a mega-awesome heavy guitar rock power trio from Denmark who dig in deep and pay serious musical homage on their outstanding "Tribute To The Blues" disc entitled "Blues-O-Delic Celebration". Includes 13 tracks (58 Mins) of excellent, powerful, bad-ass, Blindstone-ized, riffage, mojo & grooves that rock the house down and shine a bright light on their blues/rock musical roots.
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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1. Rock Me Baby
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2. Blood Stream
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3. Pack It Up
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4. Me and My Woman
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5. Old School
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6. Somethin's Got a Hold on Me
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7. Built for Comfort
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8. By the River
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9. Bar-B-Que
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10. Finger on the Trigger
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11. The Blues Come over Me
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12. Stone Crazy
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13. Hey Joe
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Way-kool 8th studio disc by Blindstone, a mega-awesome heavy guitar rock power trio
from Denmark who dig in deep and pay serious musical homage on their outstanding
"Tribute To The Blues" disc entitled "Blues-O-Delic Celebration". Includes 13 tracks
(58 Mins) of excellent, powerful, bad-ass, Blindstone-ized, riffage, mojo & grooves
that rock the house down and shine a bright light on their blues/rock musical roots.
The "Blues-O-Delic Celebration" disc features a blistering set of way-kool "cover songs"
by the following musical blues artists: The Three Kings: BB + Freddie + Albert, ZZ Top,
Leslie West, Rocky Hill, Guitar Shorty, The Gales Brothers, Shuggie Otis, Peter Green
and Jimi Hendrix. Many of the tracks are obscure and unknown, all landing rock solid
killer and make for a truly excellent musical power trio "Blues-O-Delic Celebration".

Blindstone is fronted by the incredible six string talents of Martin J. Andersen, a legit
modern day guitar hero. The man is a bad-ass, mojo rippin', riff:master who raises the
bar and waves his heavy guitar freak flag high. MJA is a true "Six String Renegade" on
a mission to "Keep the Rock alive", a bright new hope in the face of real guitar rock music.
Not only is he an amazing guitarist, Brother Andersen is also an excellent, soul-powered
vocalist who delivers some of his strongest vocal performances to date on the "B.O.D.C."
disc. Blindstone also feature the awesome musical talents of Jesper Bunk on low-end
bottom kool bass and Sigurd Jøhnk-Jensen on kick-ass drums, both excellent players
who lock in and nail down the bad-ass, heavy Blindstone monster groove machine.
As an added bonus on the killer version of "Hey Joe" that ends the new disc, Martin
invites his Dad Jens and Son Magnus to jam on their guitars with him at this classic
track. The end result features three generations having some serious, musical fun,
celebrating a song that has very special meaning to all three guitar playing Andersens.
We hope that you will enjoy this special generational guitar rock family celebration.

It's time to dig deep and "Rock Your Blues Mojo On The Killing Floor" with Blindstone
on the essential, guitar rockin' "Blues-O-Delic Celebration" disc. Highly Recommended
to fans of Hendrix, Robin Trower, Frank Marino, Leslie West, Eric Gales, Joe Bonamassa
and to people who dig and appreciate serious, blues-based, heavy guitar rock music.

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