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Fast Food Blues

by Motu

This 15th Rockin' Blues and Americana CD Release of all original tunes from the 2-Time Billboard Music Award Winner & 5 Time First Round Grammy Nominee hit #7 on the iTunes Top 100 Blues Albums Chart during it's first week! MOTU has done it once again
Genre: Blues: Blues-Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Ain't No Lovin' Like a Woman
4:21 $0.99
2. The Eagle Flies
3:55 $0.99
3. Take Me to the Sunrise
2:59 $0.99
4. Tell Your Mama
3:41 $0.99
5. Meet Me in Memphis
4:02 $0.99
6. Your Morning Lovin'
3:42 $0.99
7. Where's the Party
4:42 $0.99
8. My Baby Won't Go
7:16 $0.99
9. Where the River Bends
4:55 $0.99
10. Brooklyn
5:18 $0.99
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Album Notes
This is the 15th Rockin' Blues (and Americana) CD Release from the 2-Time Billboard Music Award Winner & 5 Time First Round Grammy Nominee; MOTU. It hit #7 on the iTunes Top 100 Blues Albums Chart during it's first week released! The music has sweet rock and jazz influences with hints of Van Morrison, Allman Brothers, George Thorogood, Steely Dan, and Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen. All of which will make you want to dance, and snap your fingers, to these ten new great MOTU original tunes! MOTU has done it once again! It is a FAST FOOD MENU of different BLUES TASTES sure to please the most critical die hard blues & rock music tastes.

Musicians performing on this new album are:

MOTU (Dr. R.Michelson): Vocals, Guitars, Mandolin
Dee Chetta: Vocals
Bob Rush: Keyboards
Mark Loebl: Bass
Ed Modzel: Drums
George Gashonia: Guitar
Russ (Rogers) Guitars: Pedal Steel Guitar
Barry Titone: Sax
Rich Fry: Guitar (on Brooklyn)

MOTU's CDs have received RAVE reviews, and multiple awards. Here are some of MOTU’s past published RAVE reviews:

"The constant toothy presence of MOTU’s electric guitar is a tightrope walk across a pit of hungry gators in the tradition of blues greats like John Lee Hooker and Buddy Guy! "
-The Deli Magazine; Music Recipes from the Big Apple
"It doesn’t get any better than this! This is INDIE electric JAM-BAND music at its best!"
- The NYC Underground Muse Magazine.
"Such passionate, and impressive, music says volumes about the talent possessed by MOTU."
-Neufutur Magazine
"Dr Richard (motu) is a fabulous slide guitarist...the best part of an Oreo cookie...even without milk."
-GoodTimes Magazine
"The new one from MOTU is chock full of rockin' good blues. Pop it in the CD player and crank it up! "
- Jerry Schaefer, host of Graveyard Blues on Long Island, NY's 103.9 WRCN FM.
"This is a feel good and have a drink type of music. Thank you MOTU!"
-Skope Magazine
"This is the real deal: unfiltered, honest music that could easily resonate with anyone who’s experienced a rough road. MOTU’s tough, yet vulnerably aching sound is the stuff great American tales are made of" –Elmore Magazine
"It’s the magnitude of Michelson’s grasp of Blues music...whether he is playing his smooth slide guitar or honkin’ on his harp."
–Dig This Real Magazine
"Interpretive, talented and visionary are all words that can be applied to the stringed fluency of Motu.... The Blues Lives!"
– The Long Island Blues Society
"Dr. Richard Michelson, a formidable blues guitarist and very raw singer... we are talking some serious blues."
– Jazz.COM
“A truly remarkable musician and selfless human being. MOTU writes songs about everything from the environment, to social injustice.”
– Independent Music and Media Magazine

This rocking new CD once again clearly shows that MOTU knows his roadhouse blues!



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