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Never

by Sean Poluk

Charting debut release "Never", is the type of Album that you come for the Blues, but you will stay because he also manages to do the Blues, and most everything else, so brilliantly.
Genre: Blues: Blues-Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Even When You´re Wrong
2:53 $0.99
2. Hell Yeah
3:15 $0.99
3. You´re My Drug
2:29 $0.99
4. Never
4:38 $0.99
5. Fool In Love
2:40 $0.99
6. Wish You´d Stay
4:02 $0.99
7. Just Ain´t Crazy for You
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8. Been a While
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9. What You Mean to Me
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10. Ain´t Been the Same
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"Never" consists of 10 fabulous Tracks of all original music written entirely by Sean and runs the full gamut of Guitar Searing Blues, Roots Rock, Reggae, and more. It is loaded for bear, with Tracks that feature great Harp work, awesome Harmony's, Kick Ass Chicago Big Brass Horns, Vocal work to die for, Blazing Guitar, Smart Catchy Lyrics, and much more. It is also an album that you will definitely think a few Tracks are going to take you somewhere and then pop a u-turn and spin you around in another. I got that feeling off of at least 4 of the Tracks, which started off sounding like music from George Thorogood, Yes, Bob Marley, and Jimi Hendrix, and then blew you away as Sean Poluk and the rest of the masterful artists on "Never" twisted up their own creative blend, and made the music uniquely their own.

"Never" was actually a great name for this release, because the one thing you going to want to do after you have listened to it, is Never wanting to stop hitting the replay button.

"Never" is a great Debut release and a great intro to yet another immensely talented Canadian artist. It really contains enough variety to surely catch the attention of many a fan of great music, Blues and Beyond...
Highly Recommended and Thoroughly Enjoyed

Review by John Vermilyea (Blues Underground Network)

Sean Poluk "Never" (Canada)
Sean´s Never release has been featured on The House Of Blues Radio Network along with currently receiving spins in Europe, Canada, USA and Australia. He also has been charting on the Canadian Roots Music Report and has also charted on the International top 50 Blues Chart.

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John Vermilyea

Sean Poluk "Never" (Canada)
Blues Underground Network

Sean Poluk "Never" (Canada)


Sean Poluk's debut release "Never", is the type of Album that you come for the Blues, but you will stay because he also manages to do the Blues, and most everything else, so brilliantly.

Presently located in Ontario, Canada, Sean Poluk is an exciting new player not only in the Canadian Blues Scene, but also in the Canadian Music Scene, in general.

"Never" consists of 10 fabulous Tracks of all original music written entirely by Sean and runs the full gamut of Guitar Searing Blues, Roots Rock, Reggae, and more. It is loaded for bear, with Tracks that feature great Harp work, awesome Harmony's, Kick Ass Chicago Big Brass Horns, Vocal work to die for, Blazing Guitar, Smart Catchy Lyrics, and much more. It is also an album that you will definitely think a few Tracks are going to take you somewhere and then pop a u-turn and spin you around in another. I got that feeling off of at least 4 of the Tracks, which started off sounding like music from George Thorogood, Yes, Bob Marley, and Jimi Hendrix, and then blew you away as Sean Poluk and the rest of the masterful artists on "Never" twisted up their own creative blend, and made the music uniquely their own.

"Never" was actually a great name for this release, because the one thing you going to want to do after you have listened to it, is Never wanting to stop hitting the replay button.

"Never" is a great Debut release and a great intro to yet another immensely talented Canadian artist. It really contains enough variety to surely catch the attention of many a fan of great music, Blues and Beyond...

Highly Recommended and Thoroughly Enjoyed

Review by John Vermilyea (Blues Underground Network)
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Rob F.

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Sean Poluk – Never (Independent)
From the Ontario city of Sault Ste. Marie, Sean Poluk has carved himself out a reputation as a bluesman to be reckoned with. His sound, a mash up of various blues styles, is for the most part, fresh and energetic, the sort of thing that fills dance floors wherever it’s played, and is always popular on the festival circuit. When he slows things down, which he does on a few occasions, we get to hear what a good singer he is, too.

The album begins with “Even When You’re Wrong”; its percussion almost falling over itself to propel the song forward, with Poluk’s vocal bordering on spoken word. The effect isn’t unlike a sped up Steve Earle with a fat Louisiana harp on the side. It’s an impressive start, and the next track is better still. “Hell Yeah” is booze fueled, dense, hot and heavy. Turn it up loud and you can picture the basement club with the condensation running down the walls and sweat dripping. “You’re My Drug” lightens the mood with sacrificing anything, and the title track, a ballad, shows another side, with its piano and plaintive emotional tug. The album ends with the swinging “Ain’t Been the Same”, a beast of a track, guaranteed to wear out the most resilient ‘repeat’ button.
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