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From Here...

by King Bee

King Bee fuses sonic impressionism into their blues/rock roots.
Genre: Rock: Acid Rock
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1. Intro to the Moon
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2. Lie to Me
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3. Swept Out with the Leaves
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4. Turquoise Moon
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5. Interlude
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6. When I Was None
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7. Lonenly Americans
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8. Baby Blue
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9. When I Was None (reprise)
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Album Notes
king bee's album from here... is the first installment of a two part theme album. this album draws from several influences namely pink floyd, wilco, the beatles, the black crowes, the beach boys and other bands of the like. the idea was to fuse folk and blues music with story telling from a father to his son. with this soundscape we tried to create a sort of sonic impressionism where the musical ideas all flowed within eachother. we hope you enjoy listening to this album as much as we enjoyed writing and recording it.

King Bee is rock n roll, gritty blues and soul rockabilly. Named after Slim Harpos swamp blues ballad, King Bee started motivating around Florida in 2000. Together, Angel Suarez (vocals, rhythm guitar, percussion) and Pete Capo (lead guitar, backing vocals) wrote the music to what would become the album Only on Good Days. Going through dozens of players including Sven Pippien (current bass player for The Black Crowes. Also, played shortly with The Black Crowes for By Your Side, and Jimmy Page and The Black Crowes: Live at The Greek), they finally got together with Eric Garcia (harmonica), Jaime Abigantus (bass) and Sam Levine (drums). With the release of their debut album, "Only on Good Days", King Bee has generated a local buzz in South Florida. Their intense live performances earned them opening spots for Leon Russell, Deep Banana Blackout, Karl Denson's Tiny Universe, Fishbone, Mofro and The Ska-talites. In 2004, King Bee was nominated one of Miamis best local bands (out of 50 local bands) by The Street Magazine (published by The Miami Herald), and their album was voted in the top 10 best local releases for that year.


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Dan Sweeney

Just as good live....or Better
....referred to King Bee as "the Hispanic Black Crowes," but the band's music is a bit spacier than that; it's more hallucinogenic-friendly. The songs could provide a soundtrack to the sort of junkyard acid trip that leaves people insanely dancing for six hours and feeling unclean and achy. Guitarist-vocalist Angel Suarez's voice has a memorably scratchy baritone, and Sam Levine, quite possibly the best local percussionist...