Brother Magnum & The Razor Bumps | Fire and Steel

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Fire and Steel

by Brother Magnum & The Razor Bumps

....a great mix of electric blues, southern soul and old-school R&B , paying respect to all these styles without sounding retro or derivative.
Genre: Blues: Chicago Style
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1. I'm Tired
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2. Love Me Woman
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3. Fire and Steel
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4. 3rd Degree Love Burns
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5. Thank you
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6. Feel Good
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7. Damn Me...Still Nee-Mo Money
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8. Working Man's Jam
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9. Don't Make a Fool Out of Me
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10. Party Tonight
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11. Are You Stoned
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12. Mr. Mojo
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13. I Got Love (Bonus Track)
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Album Notes
Brother Magnum is back with more double-barreled, high-firepower electric
blues ,and southern-soul music for the modern age.

Last time out, with 2010’s Feel Like A King, Brother Magnum & The Razor
Bumps “produced a great mix of straight electric chicago blues and southern soul without
sounding retro or derivative,” raves the Memphis-based music magazine
Elmore. Now with Fire & Steel, Magnum’s third album, he ups the caliber,
broadens his aim, with 13 new songs. The album "Feel like a king",landed
Brother Magnum & The Razor Bumps on the famed “Austin City Limits” stage
that made then one of the last acts to play the famed locale. They were
also invited to perform at The House of Blues at the Mandalay Bay resort
in Las Vegas, opening the show for comedian Joel McHale (star of the NBC
TV series “Community”) and then serving as the house band playing their
tunes for McHale’s talk show style appearance. Magnum is also earning his
stripes as a modern Texas master of the blues by being invited to play
the Sun City Music Fest in Sun City South Africa and various festivals in
Europe. No wonder Elmore magazine observes how he “has something to offer
fans of any of these genres [he plays]. That should cover just about
everyone, right?”

His debut album, Meet Me In My Daydream, was a first Brother Magnum shot
that “erupt[s] from your speakers like a hurtling fireball,” says “Fans of Buddy Guy, Jimi Hendrix, Lenny Kravitz, and Robert
Cray will find delight in this effort… a great mix of up-tempo funkified
numbers, retro soul blues, roots rock, traditional blues and even a
shuffle or two. You can’t reinvent the wheel but you can still make top of
the line tires. Brother Magnum has not invented a new genre of music but
he's doing it as good as anyone ever has.” Or as he puts it, “It’s kind of
like Mom’s home cooking with some hot sauce on it.”

In doing so, Brother Magnum has become the Lone Star State’s funky and
bluesy rocking soul brother number one. And that’s because his music isn’t
just his passion and love; it’s his gospel. “More than anything in this
world, the most important thing to me, my religion and my church, is
writing songs and playing music,” he concludes. “It’s my form of prayer.
It brings me the same fulfillment.”



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