Kevin Wood | Stray Dog

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Stray Dog

by Kevin Wood

rockin and rasslin’ author: Richard Amery Kenora Daily Miner and News Kevin Wood sure knows how to wrestle with an old slide guitar. But he also knows how to rock like the likes of the Downchild Blues band, Canned Heat and the Fabulous Thunderbirds did back in the day. You don’t know what to expect with his new CD, Stray Dog. He begins with a couple great groovy electric blues numbers, She’s Gone and Good to See You, then slowly abandons the electric for an old fashioned acoustic guitar and slide. Then picks up the pace again midway through the CD, with the killer Live Wire. He splits the difference between Robert Johnson style smooth sell my soul to the Devil delta blues and rock n blues, on Oh Well. While he rassles with the old acoustic, you can almost see the old Hellhound on his tail. But throughout this long strange trip, he never loses the listener once, leaving listeners constantly either on the edge of their seats or dancing on top of them.
Genre: Blues: Delta Style
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1. She's Gone
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2. Good to See You
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3. Too Sweet to Be
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4. Shine
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5. One More Chance
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6. Hard to Tell
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7. Death Letter Blues
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8. Live Wire
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9. Paradise Lost
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10. Pouring Rain
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11. Oh Well
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
11 original songs by Kevin Wood

1 cover song Written by Son House (Eddie House JR lic. by Bug Music)



Musicians

Kevin Wood; songwriting ,vocals, guitar





Paul Kimbarow;
-Drums, D.W kit, shakers , percussion





Greg Merrell;
-Bass Guitar






Recording Engineer;
Scott Exum, Exum Recording
Escondido, California


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Graham Bolton

Give this man is due,he knows how to play the blues
I like the way he mixes up the tracks,keeping you interested all the time It shows by his playing,he knows how to play all types of the blues.Give me more,please.

Rick H.

A f-ing great CD. I love the sound and tone. It really captures the back-then fe
This CD, Stray Dog, delivers many musical surprises. An edgy, loose, garagey feel asserts itself amid and in spite of rather slick and well crafted production. But it's not so glossly that in ruins this effort. Subjects include bluesy love songs. Highly recommended.

Dizzy Jim

something new
I took a chance on this disk and I'm glad I did, it was something new and fresh, not the same old thing, buy it I think you'll like it. Dizzy Jim

saffron

This is the best, most versatle CD I've heard.
A friend gave me a copy of it and WOW it is so good. It has a live sound to it that I like. It is a fusion of country, blues and rock. I can listen to it over and over. Not the same sound, it's like my favorite radio station.

saffron

This is the best, most versatle CD I've heard.
A friend gave me a copy of it and WOW it is so good. It has a live sound to it that I like. It is a fusion of country, blues and rock. I can listen to it over and over. Not the same sound, it's like my favorite radio station.

saffron

Great variety, blend of country, blues and rock.
A friend gave it to me and I listen over and over. It is like listening to my favorite radio station, a nice variety of songs that blend country, blues and rock. My drummer friend raves about it too.

Richard Amery Kenora Daily Miner and News

rockin and rasslin’
Kevin Wood sure knows how to wrestle with an old slide guitar. But he also knows how to rock like the likes of the Downchild Blues band, Canned Heat and the Fabulous Thunderbirds did back in the day. You don’t know what to expect with his new CD, Stray Dog.
He begins with a couple great groovy electric blues numbers, She’s Gone and Good to See You, then slowly abandons the electric for an old fashioned acoustic guitar and slide.
Then picks up the pace again midway through the CD, with the killer Live Wire. He splits the difference between Robert Johnson style smooth sell my soul to the Devil delta blues and rock n blues, on Oh Well.
While he rassles with the old acoustic, you can almost see the old Hellhound on his tail.
But throughout this long strange trip, he never loses the listener once, leaving listeners constantly either on the edge of their seats or dancing on top of them.

Tom Schneiter

Excellent country blues CD
Kevin Wood's CD Stray Dog showcases his roots approach to slide guitar. The trio format is a bit thin at times, but Kevin's slide guitar is always absolutely on the mark. The sound reminds me, interestingly, of East/West by Paul Butterfield, something about the echo in the studio. It's certain, though that this is all live, all real, and all blues! An excellent indie release!

ELENA ATHENS GREECE

THIS CD IS GREAT FOR BLUES & ROCK FUNS
I recomend to buy this cd everyone that loves blues & rock music. There are great songs and music in it. I believe that everyone should have it in his/her collection.

joyce

I like this c.d.
Well written, introspective, contemplative, philosophical, yet light hearted Blues. The more I listen the more I hear it's depth and dynamics, it's like and addiction, Stray Dog always leaves me satisfied.
Reviewer J.W. California
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