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by Son of Dave

A bolt of blues, a flash of funk and a most unusual set of circumstances gave birth to the king of the one man bands. \"Makes even Beck sound unconventional\" Uncut (UK) Fuzzy human beatbox blues.grizzled.rough edged.raw.melodic The Telegraph (UK)
Genre: Blues: Harmonica Blues
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Leave Without Runnin'
3:24 album only
2. Goddamn
3:30 album only
3. Get You Back
2:13 album only
4. San Francisco
4:10 album only
5. Devil Take My Soul
4:16 album only
6. Crossroad Blues
3:48 album only
7. I Got What You Need
3:48 album only
8. Crickets
0:51 album only
9. Life Is So Easy Now
4:16 album only
10. Rollin' And Tumblin'
4:33 album only
11. Mannish Boy
4:11 album only


Album Notes
“A force of nature.” DAZED & CONFUSED

“Son Of Dave is fit for any David Lynch movie.” iDJ

“Makes even Beck seem unconventional.” UNCUT

\"Tom Waits meets John Lee Hooker on a night out with Killa Kella\" THE GUARDIAN GUIDE

Son of Dave makes a formidable racket. He brings the Blues kicking and howling into the 21st Century without thievery or pretension, creating funky ass Devil music with just his bear lips and hands.

It starts with a beat box amplified by an old Astatic microphone, the harmonica follows slow n’ sexy and with a stomp of the foot a husky loop is captured. As the loop grinds away his vocal starts low and almost spoken whilst the harmonica sings and a groaning bass-line drops.
Self-tailored to his own thrifty standard, Son Of Dave dresses in impeccable gentleman’s fashion from the 1950’s. Alongside the modern day businessman, one wonders how things became so bland. His three-piece suits and wide brim Fedora set him aloft the crowd with an air of bygone dignity.



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