505 Blues | Fortified

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Fortified

by 505 Blues

From funky R&B, to straight Texas shuffle, to Pink Floyd-tinged swamp blues, Fortified covers the map with fresh dynamics and a new take on Blues Music.
Genre: Blues: Funky Blues
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1. Long Lanky Legs
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2. Midnight Train
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3. Head To the Ground
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4. Givin' Me the Blues
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5. That Ain't Right
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6. Red House
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7. Peace and Quiet
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8. Meet Me Halfway
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9. Hen House
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10. Black Coffee
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11. Burnin' Up
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
What happens when you let Blues Music run free for a minute? You get 'Fortified'. This 11 song studio album documents the ride. Your neck should get to movin' with the opening thump of 'Long Lanky Legs', and you should be up outta your chair, feet well stompin' by the time 'Midnight Train' and 'Head To The Ground' are through. A collection of mostly Jacob Crawford originals and several full-flavored covers, this album is thoughtful and exploratory, but maintains the driving edge that 505 Blues has become known for. Turn it up!


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