Electrofied | Sunday Morning Blues

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Sunday Morning Blues

by Electrofied

Thrilling, high energy, live, roots-electric-blues pulling influences from the Mississipi Delta through Texas and Chicago to London (circa 1968)and back - with a vengeance.
Genre: Blues: Electric Blues
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1. Bourbon Street
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2. Lollipop Mama
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3. Can't Lose What You Ain't Never Had
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4. Got My Mojo Working
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5. Cross Cut Saw
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6. Same Thing
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7. Poison Ivy
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8. Little Girl
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9. Sweet Little Angel
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10. Everyday I Have The Blues
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Electrofied's genesis was explosive. Sparks flew when blues-shouter Lane Whigham, guitar-whizz Tony Fazio, master-bassist Charles Solomon and legendary-drummer Richard James Burgess hit the stage together. Two and two added up to seventh heaven that night Electrofied was born. The hottest flame burns fast but this high-tension lineup cut some choice blues one sunny Sunday, one take, no overdubs, live, WYHIWYG. Enjoy chapter-one in the breaking news - Electrofied.


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John Widdington

This cd is a high energy, blues power cd
This cd has a unique sound blending traditional blues and comtemporary blues. The instrumentation is dynamic!

Robert Purvis

This a powerhouse band
Wow, this band is playing powerhouse blues with flavors of the old Chicago blues players and yet with all the electric updates from Hendrix and Clapton to SRV rolled into a modern context. The sound is great and musicianship is consummate.

philbyjo

great stuff
sunday morning blues--this is great stuff. reminescent of paul butterfield, but more high energy. can't think why any blues buff wouldn't love it!

Debbie Wilson

Sunday Morning Blues
Amazing Musicians - it is now added to my regular rotation - thanks for sharing your talents!!!

Sam Winter

Solid on all grounds, this CD has the laid back feel of a Sunday jam paired with
Sunday Morning Blues combines the quality of old school musicianship and a true love of the music with a modernizing ear. These guys hit all the hooks, the highs and syncopated rhythms. They play a great selection to perfection and provide the listener with a truly enjoyable, easy listening but engaging blues experience. So put it on for a Sunday around the house, in the car for a weekend trip, or on the radio for an evening with the regulars. Electrofied nailed this one.

Sue Simons

Sunday Morning Blues
Absolutely love this album, brilliant. Down side - not enough tracks!!!! Please come to England! Fabulous