Van Wilks | Soul of a Man

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Soul of a Man

by Van Wilks

Hard Driving, Guitar Propelled Texas Blues Rock
Genre: Blues: Texas Style
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1. Soul of a Man
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2. Bleeding For You
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3. Another Man's Shadow
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4. Can't Go On Like This
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5. Temporary Love Affair
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6. Sheri Says stop
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7. Boystown
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8. The Spank
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9. Goin' To See My Baby
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10. She's Drivin' The Devil's Car
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11. Fever In The Desert
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Kris from Amarillo

Best of All Vans Recordings so-far
I have all except the new Running from Ghosts. Vans Guitarwork is always exceptional!! Soul of a Mans Rhythm section mix, just drives this CD into your soul!! K.

Sean Egmon

Great blues, great groove!
Great soulful blues that really catches your attention. The gartar work is very good, very Texas. The only thing better would be live.

Michael

Pure Texas Rock
Vocals that can range from Eric Johnson"esque" kind of harmonius quality to a rough and tumble ZZ Top sound that hits hard and heavy. This music has Texas blues rock written all over it.