Julian Sas | Where Will It End (EUROPEAN IMPORT)

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Where Will It End (EUROPEAN IMPORT)

by Julian Sas

heavy rocking guitar blues
Genre: Blues: Blues-Rock
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1. Turpentine Moan
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2. Honey Babe
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4:16 album only
3. Make Up Your Mind
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7:54 album only
4. Goin'down
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5:04 album only
5. Trying to Do Right
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6. Travelling Home
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7. Home Feeling
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8. Voodoo Love
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9. I Don't Know
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10. Stranger Blues
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11. Serves Me Right to Suffer
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
:: Julian Sas
Vocals, all guitars, national duolian, bluesharp
:: Pierre 'Boogiemachine' de Haard
Drums
:: Phil Poffé
Bassguitar

Early Julian Sas, 1996. From the time they rehearsed little, but played a lot. Julian slowely became appreciated as the Dutch equivalent of Johnny Winter and Rory Gallagher. The first album was financed in a swap deal for studio time in Germany. Unfortunately nobody properly instructed the studio and the band had to improvise with engineer Tommy Korge as the designated producer went home. Manager Ed Bos made sure the tapoes turned out OK and started shopping the next day, thus laying a solid foundation for the reputation of the Dutch boogie king...


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Greg

Real Deal
This guy is a true bluesman, rock, full of soul as well, highly recommended.