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The Storm

by Blue Voodoo

Rockin' electric blues - sultry female lead vocal over a tight rhythm section with screamin' electric guitar. * * *THE STORM MAKES THE CUT FOR INTERNATIONAL BLUES CHALLENGE BEST SELF-PRODUCED CD CONTEST ..
Genre: Blues: Electric Blues
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Sweet Talk & Wine
4:13 $0.99
2. Don't Be Hard On Me Baby
3:33 $0.99
3. The Storm
4:32 $0.99
4. Singin' My Own Blues Now
4:19 $0.99
5. The Devil In Me
4:51 $0.99
6. Something For Nothing
3:12 $0.99
7. Willow Tree
3:39 $0.99
8. Disneyland For The Blues
3:38 $0.99
9. Sittin' On Top Of The World
4:32 $0.99
10. Ain't Gonna Take It Anymore
4:10 $0.99
11. Good-Bye Baby
3:38 $0.99
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Album Notes
October 28, 2005

Blue Voodoo is back with a vengeance! This two-time winner of the Tri-States Blues Challenge (precursor to the International Blues Challenge 2005 and 2006) announces the release of their sophomore CD titled "The Storm".

Ten of eleven tracks were written and arranged by the band and show a wide variety of blues styles. For example, "Singin' My Own Blues Now" is a slow, sultry wail about really feeling the blues, not just singing the words. "Good-Bye Baby" is a rockin' blues number featuring screaming guitar work and a driving rhythm section. Penned during the band's first visit to IBC in February, 2005, "Disneyland For The Blues" has a New Orleans Cajun beat with a catchy lyric and "Ain't Gonna Take It Anymore" is an acoustic take on love gone wrong.

Situated in Northeast Missouri between Chicago, Kansas City, and St. Louis, Blue Voodoo is a rockin' blues quartet featuring BJ Allen on lead vocals. This gal from the breadbasket of America lets you know that even in the Heartland you can get the blues. With a background in country, gospel, and classic rock, BJ delivers a strong vocal with style and sass... just right for the blues!

The smokin' guitar tracks are compliments of Jerry Fuller as well as all piano and organ tracks on this disc. Jerry also penned 4 of the songs as well as co-writing the title track, "The Storm."

In the spring of 2005, a second-generation Daniels took over percussion duties for the band. Thad Daniels combines his dad's groove with a youthful edge and enthusiasm that comes through loud and clear! Never fear - former drummer, David Daniels may have retired from the skins, but he's not absent from the band entirely. David engineered and produced "The Storm" and handles sound and lights for the band at gigs.

Thad, along with JP Hurd on bass comprise a rhythm section that lays a great foundation for everything from hard-rockin' blues to sultry soul to great New Orleans style grooves and is as solid as ever. In addition to being one half the rhythm section, JP also contributed harmonica tracks as well as penning 5 of the tracks and co-writing "The Storm" with Jerry Fuller.

"The Storm" will start your toe-tappin', get your blood pressure up, and make you wanna cry.... now that's what the blues is all about. The Storm is comin', and its name is Blue Voodoo.



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Hoping to get to hear more of this up and coming band
Recommended by my friends at Electric Blues.COM I recently ordered and now have received both Blue Voodoo CDs available here at CDBABY at my home in Germany. What a pleasant surprise. Tight band, great guitar work, good song selection / writing and superb vocals by BJ Allen. "The storm" puts some nice Jazz in the Blues and Rock, holds 10 solid self written and arranged tracks and an absolutly stunning version of "Sitting on top of the world". Also highly recommend is their first release "Red Hot Blues" that mainly holds covers and is more on the Rocking side of the Blues. Short: A band I would like to get to hear of much more!

Patty Ostmann

very good
The CD was great,alot of my friends listened to it and loved it.We hope to be able to the band perform in our area Montgomery County Mo.I'm partial,because Jerry Fuller is my nephew

Patty Ostmann

very good
The CD was great,alot of my friends listened to it and loved it.We hope to be able to the band perform in our area Montgomery County Mo.I'm partial,because Jerry Fuller is my nephew


BJ Allen is a wonderful new addition to the blues scene -- a woman with pipes not to be messed with. I especially enjoyed the diversity of the songs -- 10 of the 11 on the disc are originals. A tight backing band with a fantastic singer up front. With any luck, they'll tour the northeast sometime and we can see them live.