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Wait and See

by Eye in Queue

A lively mix of original acoustic and electric blues with a hint of Latin American flavor?. 50/50 blend of instrumental and vocal tunes.
Genre: Blues: Acoustic Blues
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  Song Share Time Download
1. 3 a.m.
5:44 $0.99
2. TC Blues
4:11 $0.99
3. Asi Asi
4:24 $0.99
4. Little Black Dog
2:47 $0.99
5. Bend Me Don't Break Me
3:33 $0.99
6. Minor Mood
5:42 $0.99
7. Pain of Love
4:05 $0.99
8. Walking the Desert
4:41 $0.99
9. Down Slowly
7:25 $0.99
10. Spanish Kiss
4:38 $0.99
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Album Notes
Raised in Wisconsin and Michigan respectively, Aaron Netsell and Neil Peplinski both found themselves working for the same engineering company in Chicago in 1994. Being musicians and songwriters, they quickly found themselves getting together after work for blues jams and before long they had a set list and were playing out at parties and coffeehouses. Producing a CD seemed like the obvious next step.

Their first album, Wait and See, was fully recorded, mixed and mastered by the duo themselves, at Peplinski's home studio. The CD contains 10 original songs consisting of acoustic and electric blues, with a wide range of styles and flavors mixed in. TC blues and Bend me don't break me are pure acoustic blues, while 3 a.m. and Little black dog feature screamin' electric leads. Asi asi is reminiscent of early Santana, and Spanish kiss closes the album out with a distinct South of the border flair. With such a wide range of styles, this album has something for everyone.



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Awesome Instrumentals, vocals are adequate
Walking the Desert is my favorite cut with amazing Riffs, harmonic strokes and generally a great feel to it. I also love Asi Asi for its Jazz fusion flavor. My 8 years olds' favorite song is little black dog. Not sure what it says about the appeal of this CD to the younger generations but I do find he has impeccable taste in pop music culture. Unfortunately my 11 year old daughter gives the CD a 1 rating but according to PEP you can't account for good taste and obviously I haven't taught her proper music appreciation.
I personally love the entire CD, when do we get round 2?


Can't wait for their next release
Grammy nominee, enigmatic, ground-breaking, musically powerfull, visually stunning, multi-sensory experience - opps, that's the Blue Man Group not these guys. But Eye in Queue has released a great first-time, self-produced album. Solid, tight musicians with entertaining lyrics and ok vocals (more smoking and tequila during the recording sessions would help). Can't wait for their next release, "My Cellmate Bubba".

The Vic or Don

half as good as half the good stuff out there
I would like to criticize “Wait and See”, but unfortunately it’s very good, so I can’t. Dam It! Eye in Queue has sounds similar to some of the legends including Santana, Zeppelin, CSN, and some classical Spanish dudes that I don’t know. The guitar playing is the same way I like my women, light, tight, and ready for the night. Actually, some of the guitar riffs are pretty heavy, but I don’t like heavy women. Pep on vocals is no Sinatra or even Morrison but he ain’t bad either. A couple of tips for the band: First, real artists don’t complain about their day jobs. They don’t have them. Second, spread the word on your next gig, I would love to knock down a few brews while listening to some good music. In short, “Wait and See” is half as good as half the good stuff out there. Keep up the good work.