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by Super Vintage

Outstanding 4th studio disc by this excellent blues-based, hard rock band from Greece. Includes 10 songs of awesome, dynamic, soul-powered, melodic hard rock mojo with a way-kool, down home Southern Rock vibe that lands rock solid to the musical core.
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Rock N' Roll Saviors
4:03 $0.99
2. Brotherhood of Blues
4:49 $0.99
3. Edge of Time
3:56 $0.99
4. Naked Tree
6:10 $0.99
5. Streets of This Town
4:20 $0.99
6. Down Home Tradition
5:16 $0.99
7. Everything You Wanted
4:39 $0.99
8. Southern Train
4:19 $0.99
9. The Road
4:49 $0.99
10. Destiny
5:23 $0.99
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Album Notes
Outstanding 4th studio disc by this excellent blues-based, hard rock band
from Kavala City, Greece featuring Stavros Papadopoulos on guitar & vocals.
Includes 10 songs of awesome, dynamic, soul-powered, melodic hard rock
mojo with a way-kool, down home Southern Rock vibe that lands rock solid
to the musical core and establishes Super Vintage as a true classic rock band
that defines supreme guitar rock excellence on the essential "Destiny" disc.

Stavros Papadopoulous is an amazing, talented guitarist whose musical output
lands strong, focused and prolific. A bonafide six string riff:master of the highest
order who was born to rock and on "Destiny" Brother Stavros has created and
produced one of his strongest musical documents to date. A tall statement due
to the fact that all of the many discs he produces with his other bands, Freerock
Saints, Hard Driver, and Universal Hippies, all land awesome beyond belief.

Right from the killer opener: "Rock N' Roll Saviors", a song that is dedicated to
all of the good musical brothers and sisters worldwide who have shown their
love and support of our music and who help us to "Keep The Rock Alive", the
Super Vintage - "Destiny" disc delivers the shining hard rock truth from start
to finish. Complete with the first-rate musical talents of Panagiotis Zabourlis
on Slide Guitar; this SV guitar rock brother knows how to bring on the Southern
Charm with his excellent slide mojo. Super Vintage also features the bad-ass
"rock machine" rhythm section of Jim Moralis on Bass and last but not least:
Chris Lagios on kick-ass drums who always lands a 110% solid man of rock.
Super Vintage have definitely arrived to save the Southern rock n' roll day.

The Super Vintage: "Destiny" disc is a mega-awesome, blues-based, hard rock
musical document that shines like the sun and lands classic, timeless & world
class rock solid to the core. A modern day, legit, old-school, guitar rocker that
brings us hope & faith that true "Rock N' Roll For Your Soul" is alive and well.



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It just gets better - unbelievable!
Super Vintage may not be the best band in the world, but they come close!
The previous Super Vintage albums I have reviewed have all been five-star material. Their first Grooveyard release, Rock’n’Roll For Your Soul from only a little more than four years ago showcased a band that already got their sound and style together, writing rock tunes with totally uncompromising attitude, around killer riffs, driven by Stavros Papadopoulos’s thunderous and uniquely fabulous guitar work and supported by rhythm section of stellar musicians. Not the slightest chance they could put a foot wrong. So much I said in my review of this ridiculously great debut album. Here was a band that played to absolute rock perfection! The following two albums Salvation Road (2015) and Welcome to Mojo Land (2016) I praised even more, each better than the one before. They were totally astonishing; how could a band that had reached the top of their artistic powers at such an early stage continue to better themselves and move on to even greater glory when the only move to make seems to be downhill from greatness. That may be the case if you climb the solid rock that is Everest but great artists keep surpassing themselves and Super Vintage has continued to impress by reaching new heights with each album. In that they were unrivalled by any rock outfit playing in the same or similar mould.
I therefore anticipated the band’s fourth album, Destiny, with some worry. After all it is not reasonable to expect even the best of artists to continually improve and produce ever better and more exciting work. And now it has landed, here it is, the band’s latest outing. It has everything we have come to admire and love about this band: the great songwriting, Stavros’s menacingly great guitar, the bands signature sound and style … its all here. And more; once again I find myself compelled to declare the band’s latest album better than its predecessors – fabulously great as they are! How can I possibly say so much? Having closely followed Stavros and his mates since before their Grooveyard days I sense in this album more confidence and tightness than before; these are artists that feel settled and at home in their style and sound, confident and no longer seeking their place within the mosaic landscape that is Rock but sure of themselves, their music and feeling free to push the boundaries and seek new heights.
It is hard to explain how this album, great as it is, can be even greater than the band’s spectacular work on its previous releases, it simply comes together as the greatest classics created by the greatest giants of rock, a totally solid … can I say it: masterpiece? And for us, older folks, who were there when the historic landmarks were released, the Zep albums, Deep Purple (mark 2), Ten Years After, Free and Cream …, the Super Vintage albums add an extra thrill. The band may have its own distinctive sound and style and Stavros’s guitar is entirely his, but still you can pick up their learnings from the greats that once walked these grounds and to the trained ear of rock history their influences are instantly recognisable. Let me just give you one example. The album’s title song is a rare, quiet and beautifully crafted acoustic ballad, a song the listener will perceive on their own terms and give their own meaning and feel to. To me this wonderful little composition oozed the feel of the mighty Zep’s Babe, I’m Gonna Leave You with a middle piece reminiscent of a Jethro Tull classic or even early Genesis. In other words, Super Vintage is simply the last in the long line of not too many bands and artists that have created and made rock (and rock’n’roll) what it is, a true heir of the gems created by the best and keeper of an invaluable musical tradition. I have no worries for the band’s fifth album, it will be great as all of them. But, are there any new heights to conquer?