Keith Thompson & Strange Brew | Out Of The Smoke

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Out Of The Smoke

by Keith Thompson & Strange Brew

British Blues/Rock. Kick Ass with class. This artist combines his experience as a guitarist with his skills as a successful songwriter to come up with a blend of UK Blues/Rock that cooks.
Genre: Blues: Guitar Blues
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1. Tumblin' Dice
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2. Could've Been Somebody
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3. Stealing Back My Heart
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4. Strange Brew
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5. Power Of Love
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6. Beat The System
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7. In Your Arms
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8. Under Your Shadow
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9. Not The Same As Love
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10. Let You Go
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11. All Over Now
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12. Promised Land
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Keith Thompson and STRANGE BREW aim to bring you MUSIC WITH DEPTH.

Keith Thompson, is a professional musician with many years performing experience.
He has worked in several bands, and as a solo artist.
He has travelled extensively in the U.K. and in European countries such as Germany, Switzerland, Denmark, Holland and Norway.
Recently Keith also did a promotional tour in USA.
When not touring or playing "live", Keith has been in demand as a session musician in the studio.
His guitar work has cropped up on several albums and on television "incidental" music.
A sample of Keith's guitar work can also be heard as the soundtrack for the best selling computer game, "Grand-Prix 2".
Keith combines his experience as a guitarist with his skills as a successful songwriter to come up with a blend of UK Blues/Rock that just cooks!!


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Blues Matters

A pleasant and superb album of no-nonsense blues
“Out Of The Smoke” – Keith Thompson’s Strange Brew
Reviewed in Blues Matters

The title of the album is derived from the name for London “The Smoke”, where the pioneer purveyors of British Blues plied their art. Clearly Keith Thompson has been influenced by the inhalation of this “Blue Smoke” and “Out Of The Smoke” is a testament to his musical inheritance. This CD is rocking blues throughout with delightful thick, warm tones from Keith’s guitar.
All the numbers are home brewed with the exception of “Strange Brew”, the classic Cream track. The band consists of; Keith Thompson on guitar, vocals, saxophone, harp and keyboards. Alleyn Menzies on drums, Lee Hunter on bass guitar with several guest musicians on keyboards and brass. The album kicks off with “Tumblin’ Dice”, a rocking blues number with quality electric slide guitar. This number gets you hooked for what is a pleasant and superb album. Keith’s vocals are passionate and emotive throughout and the musicianship of Alleyn and Lee etc. lays down a solid backdrop to allow Keith to express himself admirably. The rendition of “Strange Brew” compliments the “Power Of Love”, another bluesy rocker; “Beat The System” a funky number with a beautiful brass section and a heavenly sax solo. The slow blues “Let You Go” has some soulful vocals and emotive playing by the band. The penultimate track is “All Over Now” a rocking celtic number full of reels, lots of changes in tempo, punctuated by several stop/starts. The remainder of the album is no-nonsense blues. The sleeve notes are very good with full vocal script. All in all this is a very good album with nothing strange about this brew of musicians.
Paul Bufton