Jeff Summa and the Roasters | Open Road Ahead

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Open Road Ahead

by Jeff Summa and the Roasters

Original psychedelic rock twisted with blues and hung out on the jazz clothesline.
Genre: Rock: Psychedelic
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1. Long Slow Roast
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2. Distressed Light
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3. High Now
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4. Let It Flow
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5. Subtle Matter
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6. Condition of Me
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7. Open Road Ahead
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8. Big River Gulch
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9. No Tree Growing
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10. Dark Matter
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11. Frank Shmank
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Jeff Summa and the Roasters are an original psychedelic rock/jam/blues band based out of Litchfield, CT and "Open Road Ahead" is their debut lp. From flowing hypnotic rhythms to hard pounding rockers, from worldly thoughtful lyrics to expansive instrumentals, this album has it all. Blistering and sometimes melting guitars by Jeff Summa and John Blanton, deep melodic bass by Rob Daalhuyzen, the flowing Fender Rhodes keys, the B3 through Leslie's and piano by Greg Marshall, hanging the heavy riffs out on the jazz clothesline, on sax, Jason Smith and holding it all together while driving the band, Ron Dievert on drums.

"Summa's lyrics are on par with Bob Dylan and Neil Young."
"The Roasters are rock fire wrapped in blues!"
""Open Road Ahead" is fantastic! It's Epic!"



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