Floyd Lee Band | Doctors, Devils & Drugs

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Doctors, Devils & Drugs

by Floyd Lee Band

Deep Mississippi Blues with a heavy edge.
Genre: Blues: Delta Style
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1. Empty Well
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2. Think I Got Somethin' On My Mind
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3. Can't You See
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4. Bird With a Broken Wing
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5. Don't You Know
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6. The Counting Song
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7. Nella
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8. Blues Is a Beautiful Woman
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9. Lunar Landing
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Album Notes
Hailing from New York City, the Floyd Lee Band formed in early 2001. Fronted by 75 year old Mississippi bluesman powerhouse Floyd Lee and at his side the dynamic guitarist, Joel Poluck, who represents the next generation of guitar heroes. The Floyd Lee Band has created their own sound and style without compromise and with this release they carry on the tradition of pure, raw blues. Doctors Devils & Drugs is the band's fourth release on the Amogla label and it is considered to be one of the toughest and heaviest sounds ever heard on a blues CD. This recording is also an important part of a documentary film about Floyd Lee's (Full Moon Lightnin') emotional return home to Mississippi to search for his family. The Floyd Lee Band is currently gearing up for another world tour.


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Dorothy A Falcone

doctors, devils & drugs (floyd lee band)
Really excellent and unique blend of blues and hard rock

Dave, Jon & Miranda

THIS ALBUM IS AWESOME! Joel is standing behind us telling us not to mess up on our comments. But don't worry Joel, no matter what anyone says about this album, good or bad, we know where the music came from, straight from the heart. It's awesome to know such a talented man, great person and over all good friend. Great job Joel!!

And as for Floyd, for never having met him, the great things Joel has shared with us, we understand where his passion for music comes from. We love all 4 albums, but Doctors, Devils and Drugs, is by far the best album.... so far!


Floyd Lee is a great Bluesmen and the CD is great


Bought this for Empty Well and love the whole CD.

Billy K.

Doctors, Devils & Drugs
This IS the blues. REAL artists making REAL music! Aspiring musicians take note...


hell yeah!
from the gritty and raw slide guitar on tracks like "Empty Well" & "Lunar Landing" to the acoustic simplicity on the soliloquy "Nella" this is a well rounded gem.


There would be no Rock...!!!!
To all non-believers, if you never had the blues your a liar! We've all had them, and here they are at their FINEST! If it wasn't for blues, there would be no Rock 'n Roll. The Floyd Lee Band ROCKS your blues (female dog, here's a hint starts with a letter "B")

La Hora Blues (Spain)

Doctors, Devils & Drugs!!!
Raw and punk blues by a genuine real example of the most daring electrifying avant-garde blues but at the same time deeply rooted into old Mississippi blues tradition.

Living Blues Magazine

Doctors, Devils & Drugs
\"Joel Poluck\'s guitar work sounds like a hell-bound soul writhing and wailing in torment.\" Living Blues Magazine


Really good nasty sound with some modern touches with the sampling on Lunar Landing. For some reason, it reminds me of the song 4th of July off of the Sound Garden album.
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