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by Jealous Bone

Electric Blues rock with an aggressive attitude that will spank your collection with original gutso.
Genre: Blues: Blues-Rock
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1. Soul Searching
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2. Loving Kind
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3. Over Now
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4. Last Time
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5. Dog
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6. You're Gonna Miss Me
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7. What Ever It Takes
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8. The Swamp Crawl
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9. Believer
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10. Shine The Light
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11. Open Your Mind
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12. Watching The Rain Fall
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13. Monkey Business
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14. Hand Me Down Curse
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15. Live It Up
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Jealous Bone is a Chicago based band delivering a unique blend of classic blues... Layered with a solid rock edge! A sound, and style truly defined... Musically and Lyrically in their original compositions!

Growing up in the chicagoland area, the four members have aquired a vast range of musical influences and styles. From Buddy Guy, to Jimi Hendrix,GOV'T Mule to the Rolling Stones, they have used the diversity of their influences to craft a sound that is "true to the legends" Yet as fresh and exciting as some of todays current music!

Other than playing the club circuit, the members have recorded sessions with other local artists. They have recieved radio airplay on Chicago based "WXRT 93.1 FM, and 10000 blues show CKIA FM in Quebec City, Canada. We currently have nine of their original compositions signed by New York Based "DSM Producers" who are noted for their expertise at selecting the soundtracks used in major motion pictures and television programs. The song DOG was in


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christine dinicola

jealous bone rocks! i can hear some of these songs in movies. great lyrics and awesome sound. record another cd soon


The blues is a dangerous musical idiom. A true blues song follows a certain form with little variation. However, as Muddy Water sang on his Hard Again album, "the blues had a baby/and named the baby rock 'n' roll." Jealous Bone, Formerly known as The Cut-Outs, follows in the footsteps of the Rolling Stones,Led Zeppelin, and Stevie Ray Vaughan in making blues influenced music that at times follows the form pretty strictly, but at other times goes off in different, interesting musical directions. The band features Luca DiNicola on guitar and vocals, Damir Shegich on lead guiter and backing vocals, Joe Fittipaldi on bass guitar, and Fred DiSanto on Drums,percussion,and metal folding chair? For me, the best example of Jealous Bone's interesting musical direction is the 2nd track on the disc, Loving Kind, It's a bluesy rocker that takes a beautiful minor turn in the middle that made me sit up and take notice. The other songs are good, but "Loving Kind" is exceptional. What I enjoyed most about the other songs were the way the band took tried and true blues elements and then, just when I least expected it, threw a melodic or musical change-up that took me totally by surprise. "Your Gonna Miss Me," my second favorite track, alternates between distant,moody feel and an intense, driving one. "Hand Me Down Curse," which also features piano played by Jim Barney, has time changes that are very unusual in a blues-oriented number. It's these stylistic touches that make Jealous Bone different from a derivative blues band rehashing old Willie Dixon standards or playing second-rate versions of Stevie Ray Vaughan songs. Their writing is fairly adventures.

-Ben Likens