Eat A Peach | Turbulence and Thunder

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Turbulence and Thunder

by Eat A Peach

A thick, greasy slab of southern-fried blues rock delivered with feeling and depth of playing.
Genre: Rock: Southern Rock
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1. Long Time Comin'
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2. Another Day, Another Time
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3. Big Brown Sound
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4. Hot Sauce
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5. Lookin' For A Rider
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6. Ballad of Chains
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7. SurReality
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8. You Don't Know
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9. I Can See
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10. Angelique
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
THE MIDWEST BEAT MAGAZINE - CD SPINS
HIGHLAND, IN

"The groove of songs like “Another Day, Another
Time” and “Big Brown Sound” are instantly attention-grabbing with their
boogie-woogie rhythms. These are driven foot tappers with sweet guitars battling
tastefully with the keyboards. “Lookin For A Rider” is a bluesy power ballad
that is perhaps the best cut on what is an excellent disc. Leading into “Rider”
is a brief harmonica/guitar instrumental complete with multi-tracked foot stomps
and hand claps. “Ballad of Chains” is a sorrowful paean of loss and love with
churchy organ underlying the emotional lyrics. Sparse and forlorn, this is a
case where less really is more. An exceptional cut. While Allman-esque
throughout, Eat A Peach do manage to emerge with their own identity as the CD
progresses from track to track. Elements of Chicago blues (“You Don’t Know”),
progressive rock and arena rock (a la Yes and Boston) filter in from time to time
and add much flavor. Check out “SurReality” to best hear this melting pot of
influences. Closing the album with the acoustic instrumental, “Angelique,”
leaves the listener smiling and content after having their emotions pushed,
pulled and rocked in a variety of ways. Turbulence & Thunder is really sweet stuff
deserving attention. "

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THE STAR NEWSPAPER - TERRY LONCARIC
TINLEY PARK, IL

“Eat A Peach has tapped into their strength - creating heart-felt music.
“Turbulence & Thunder,” a blues-drenched album of original tunes that rocks with
solid gospel, blues and even swamp pop rhythms.”

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THE TIMES - LOCAL SCENE
TOM LOUNGES
HIGHLAND, IN

“This group’s full length debut, “Turbulence & Thunder”, is a thick, greasy slab
of outstanding southern-fried blues rock that is delivered with incredible
feeling and a real depth of playing. Rich, vibrant musicianship and emotive
vocals are coupled with production that is as crisp as an autumn morning. This
collection a dozen well-written and superbly arranged songs. Would appeal to
fans of the Allman Bros. and The Dixie Dregs.”

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ILLINOIS ENTERTAINER - KEVIN TOELLE
CHICAGO, IL

"the members of Eat A Peach are all sterling musicians who ride dual guitar trips with ease. The soloists are all imaginative and energetic and play like they mean it on the boogie blues and blues-rock that dominates this disc..."


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