Blindside Blues Band | Smokehouse Sessions, Vol. Two

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Smokehouse Sessions, Vol. Two

by Blindside Blues Band

Raw, hard-edged, bad-ass, dirty, blues-based, heavy guitar BBB jams. Excellent follow-up to the first volume of "Smokehouse Sessions". Fetaures Special Guest and Axeripper Supreme - JAY JESSE JOHNSON. Guaranteed to rock your low-down "Evil Blues" away.
Genre: Rock: 70's Rock
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1. Evil
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2. Mojo Highway
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3. King of the Sky
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4. I Ain't Superstitious
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5. Working So Hard
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6. Smokehouse Shuffle
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7. Whiskey Man
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8. Bad Woman Blues
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9. Hear My Train A Comin'
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10. To the Station (Unplugged)
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Album Notes
Way-kool new studio disc by the BLINDSIDE BLUES BAND featuring
Mike Onesko & Co. rockin' the blues on this excellent follow-up to the
first volume of "Smokehouse Sessions". Includes 10 awesome tracks
of raw, hard-edged, bad-ass, dirty, blues-based, heavy guitar BBB jams.
Featuring Special Guest and Axeripper Supreme - JAY JESSE JOHNSON
jammin' on three killer, BBB heavy guitar rockers that are guaranteed to
kick your ass & rock your low-down "Evil Blues" away.


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Continues on right from where the first brilliant Smokehouse Session left off.
From the first listen, I was sold !!! "Evil" is a great opener and then it hooks into the awesome "Mojo Highway" and from there on, you know you are in for another great ride and another BBB gem of an album. Mike, Emery & Fletch's playing is seriously top shelf stuff and again, there is not one dud track on this album !!! Jay Jesse Johnson's work also shows what an exceptional guitarist he is and why he really is a genuine talent and it was a great move to have him play on those tracks because it worked really well. I love the entire album but "Working So Hard" and "Hear My Train A Comin'" are my two favourites. "Working So Hard" could easily slot into the 2009 "Smokehouse Sessions" CD and, on that track, that is Mike doing what he does best. He just nails these types of songs and you can feel so much passion in his vocals and playing. He really does give it his all. You can hear it and feel it !!! "Hear My Train A Comin'".. Just love it !!!!! It's one big massive jam fest that kicks serious ass. The head was boppin' and the toes were tappin' from start to finish.. awesome playing !!! Love the unplugged "To The Station" as well which was the perfect closer to this excellent BBB disc.