The Sons of Diablo | Den of Iniquity

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Den of Iniquity

by The Sons of Diablo

Eclectic mix of styles that touches on hybrid Blues, laid back Southern Soul blended with Jazz and Reggae influences which is all underpinned by a back bone of Funk with Pop sensibilities....exciting & exotic new musical creations....cool tunes!!
Genre: Blues: Funky Blues
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1. Soul Satisfaction
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2. I'm so Frail
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3. Welcome Back to Greensville
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4. Johny
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5. Elephant's Gerald
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6. Backdoor Tonight
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7. Gr8 2b Bk Hm
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8. Piggy
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9. Disco Juan
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10. Akimbo
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11. Lemon Squeezer
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12. Roll It
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13. Hello Mr Diablo
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This is our first album, but we already have enough material for at least two more, so stay close! We decided to write an album that reflects our many varied interests that range from Howlin' Wolf & John Lee Hooker to Miles Davis and Led Zep,
with a little Elvis and Chilli Peppers on the side, and of course Sonny Rollins and Little Walter for our guest soloists.
The songs are semi-auto-biographical, and we feel it is best appreciated by listening to the album as a whole, it takes you on a journey, but is typical of a set we might play at a festival. Early on we decided that having a range of styles wasn't a bad thing, our favourite artists are all eclectic composers. Plus we wanted to show as many sides of our group dynamic and personality as we possibly could.
The performers are all at the top of their game, and as a result this album has many high points, but surely a standout is the opening track Soul Satisfaction where everyone gets a chance to shine. We hope you'll enjoy listening to the tunes as much as we enjoyed recording and presenting them to you. Peace and Love.


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