Glenn Alexander & Shadowland | Knockin on the Door

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Knockin on the Door

by Glenn Alexander & Shadowland

This album is guitar driven, horn laced, in your face, soulful, blues drenched music a bit like Joe Bonamassa, Warren Haynes, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Kenny Wayne Sheppard, or bands like Lynyrd Skynyrd or the Allman Brothers.
Genre: Blues: Blues-Rock
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1. Knockin on the Door
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2. I Suffer in Silence
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3. I'm Gonna Drown Standin Up
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4. Laudie Laudie Lee
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5. I Can't Change It
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6. You Set My Soul on Fire
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7. I Had to Go Thru Hell (To Get to Heaven)
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8. Hind Tit Blues
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9. Born Under a Bad Sign
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10. My Brother
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11. My Home Town
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12. I'm the Only One
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Glenn Alexander & Shadowland is guitar driven, horn laced, in your face, soulful, blues drenched music. Most of the band members - including Glenn Alexander and the New York Horns - tour the world extensively with Southside Johnny and The Asbury Jukes. The debut album has received critical acclaim, stellar reviews and extensive airplay all around the globe. It features all of Asbury Jukes, including Southside Johnny, who contributed his killin’ blues harp. This new album "Knockin On The Door" features the same cast of characters along with the legendary B3 player & vocalist Mike Finnigan and a featured vocal on "I Had To Go Thru Hell To Get To Heaven" by the amazing Oria. There are 10 originals and 2 covers. The entire album is burnin and the cover of "Born Under a Bad Sign" is just on fire and Frankie Millers "I Can't Change It" will capture your soul.

Here's what folks in the biz had to say about the debut album..........................

”I love the album, some of the lyrics are off the chain great, as well as the singin', playin', mix...well...the whole shebang. Yoooo Beeeee Baaaaad. I'm now the total GA fan. You got the whole package at your fingertips. It was an honor for me to just
listen to you, let alone play with you...”
Bill Champlin - multi Grammy Award-winning artist

"FINALLY got to listen to the CD. Sounds great and your vocals are perfect. Very real and convincing. Playing is spot on, and the mix is just right. Congrats. Hope some modern country radio and blues stations pick it up. They should."
Southside Johnny Lyon - legendary leader of the Asbury Jukes

“Alexander himself is a bit of a shadowy phantom. Raised on Southern Rock and Midwest Blues, he’s studied jazz and progressive rock and plays the six-string like a feral beast … Shadowland (the album) has flavors of Memphis, Chicago, Jersey City, and, yes, Wichita all in the mix. It’s blues rock, but then again not. It’s Southern rock, but then again more. It’s rock and roll, slathered in funky soul with a machine-gun guitar at its forefront. It’s Glenn Alexander and company at their very best, and it absolutely should be in your collection."
J.D. Nash – American Blues Scene

"Alexander is a virtuoso guitarist, and this band lets him stretch out in a blues-soul vein..."
Jay Lustig - NJArts.net

"I knew in the first 15 seconds that this was for me; cool swishing guitars and red hot horn section hit me like a left hook; and when Glenn Alexander’s rough around the edges voice joined them I was out for the musical count…I Picked The Wrong Day (To Stop Drinking) - it’s as sad as it’s beautiful with gospel style harmonies and a wailing B3 Organ in the background. Who among us doesn’t love a tearjerker and heartbreaker like this?"
Rocking Magpie - British music blog

"Blues For Me & You and Big Boss Man are the type of suburban Chicago blues I fell in love with 40+ years ago; and this gorgeous duet between Glenn and Oria is absolutely delicious."
Alan Harrison - British music reviewer

"Fine craftsmanship from a versatile musician who packs his guitar spins into inspired rootsy song work..."
Written In Music - Dutch music blog

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