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Satisfy You

by The Mystix

Americana Rock- "The Mystics" is an all-star band representing the very best journeymen of the Boston/New York music scenes with roots in R&B, Rock and Roll and Country. "Fun, Soulful and Funky".
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. Satisfy You
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2. It Has To Be
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3. Heavy Rain
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4. Change My Mind
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5. On My Way
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6. Ding Dong
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7. Can't Say Enough
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8. Some Things About Love
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9. A Little Bit Of Soap
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10. Out Of The Blue
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The Mystics "Satisfy You"

The Mystics is an all-star band representing the very best journeymen of the Boston/New York music scenes, with roots in R&B, Rock and Roll and Country.
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Blues Revue, Chicago Sun-Times, and Boston Herald on "Satisfy You":

“Boston’s well-traveled Mystics boast vitae that include stints with Ben E. King, Jerry Lee Lewis, Duke Robillard, and just about every recording artist, due to the presence of guest Crispin Cioe, saxophonist for the Uptown Horns. Singer Jo Lily, whose Eddie Hinton-esque vocal quality thrills, has worked for years fronting various bands. Satisfy You (Mystic Eyes 322) offers a delightful range of styles, from Sam Cooke R&B (‘Can’t Say Enough’) to deep soul (‘Some Things About Love’) to Spanish Harlem balladry (‘A Little Bit of Soap’). The title track opens the disc on an eerie, minor-key note. Uptempo numbers are scarce, with the exception of the truck-driving country of “Change My Mind” and the roots-rocker ‘Ding Dong.’ " -Tom Hyslop - Blues Revue: The World's Blues Magazine (Oct 1, 2006)

The Mystics, "Satisfy You" (Mystic Eyes) ***
“Summer wouldn't be complete without a steaming musical gumbo of funky New Orleans-style R&B. But Dr. John, the gris-gris man with the swamped-out voice and roiling rhythms, is working as a "Mercernary" this year -- actually doing quite interesting renditions of Johnny Mercer classics. And various other Crescent City projects were either delayed by Katrina or accelerated to strike while our collective attention was focused there. Where's a music fan to turn? How 'bout Boston and New York, of all places, where a loose-knit band of blues-rocking studio musicians called the Mystics is serving up a home roux of tunes that draw on recipes of the Fatman, the good doctor, the first family of funk, et al. Singer-songwriter Jo Lily earns his share of the royalties with his gritty treatment of the title track alone. While the rest of the album is slightly more pop oriented, there are plenty of opportunities for guitarist Bobby Keyes, drummer Dennis McDermott and guest pianist Kenny White, all of whom have played with big-time artists, to show their chops.” -Jeff Johnson - Chicago Sun-Times (Jul 30, 2006)

The Boston Herald on "Satisfy You"
Critic: A-
“Roots music made by adults. These local Mystics not only know their music history, but also the pain and happiness of their personal histories. The gravel voice of singer-songwriter Jo Lily recalls Dr. John, Tom Waits and late-period Bob Dylan. Melding blues, rock and country, there is a touching, vulnerable gentleness amid the grit.” -Daniel Gewertz - Boston Herald
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Singer-songwriter Jo Lily leads the band with his legendary gritty voice and soulful delivery.

The Boston Phoenix says guitarist “Bobby Keyes evokes an entire era of classic playing” having recorded with Jerry Lee Lewis, Ben E. King, and New Kids on the Block to name a few, and has been a studio player at the legendary Fame Studios in Muscle Shoals.

Drummer Dennis Mc Dermott—one of the great New York players having accompanied Donald Fagen, Rosanne Cash, Boz Scaggs, Shawn Colvin, Graham Parker—drives the band with abandoned precision.

Bassist Marty Ballou—the foundation, the bottom, and he plays over the top. His recordings with John Hammond, blues icon Jimmy Witherspoon, Duke Robillard and Roomful of Blues to name a few, affirm his place as one of the greats.

Saxophonist Crispin Cioe, the leader of the legendary Uptown Horns, has performed with the who’s who of rock and roll and R&B including The Rolling Stones, Joe Cocker, Lou Reed, James Brown and Solomon Burke. Enough said!

The Mystics—An All-Star Revue Guaranteed To “Satisfy You”
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Booking:
Greg Morton Management, 774-263-8983

Vocals and Guitars: Jo Lily
Guitars: Bobby Keyes
Bass: Marty Ballou
Drums: Dennis McDermott
"Ding Dong": Richard Crooks
Piano: Kenny White
Saxophone: Crispin Cioe

PRODUCED BY: JO LILY & BOBBY KEYES

Recorded at: Joe Music Studio, NYC
Engineer: Joe Blaney assisted by Kyle Johnson
Studio West, San Diego, CA
Engineer: George Lilly assisted by Ibo Roderigues
Granite Rocks, Derry NH
Engineer: Steve Devino

Mixed at Bennett Studios, Englewood NJ by Larry Alexander assisted by Brian Dozoretz
Mastering: Larry Alexander, Studio L

Road Crew: Billy Swanson, Joe Thomas
Craft Service: Billy Smith

Booking: Faux Management, Greg Morton, 774-263-8983
Go to: www.sonicbids.com/TheMystics for all things Mystical!

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Tammi J. Mullen

Blue Morning
Great grooves!! The whole range of the CD is fantastic!
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Marie Norway

Blue Morning
I knew this would be great! I had the pleaure of working with Bobby Keyes on an album many years ago! Keep up the great work!
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