“Black Mustard” is now the third production of the band and backed up by the virtuosity and a hammer sound and the versatility of the musicians in the field of “black music”. From blues rock and boogie numbers to soul and reggae show the musicians what they are.
Doc Nice (vocals, guitar, harp)
Mr. Ray (bass guitar, vocals))
Tom Rivers (keyboards, vocals)
Dave Rogers (drums)
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After growing up in a strict religious family Davidson Hart Kingsbery has gone through some trials and tribulations but has found himself back in love with country music and the collection of tunes on 2 Horses prove DHK is the real deal. With an easy going croon that paints pictures of heartbreak and back room honky-tonk’s with ease the album is a warm breeze across the prairie.
The album alternates between slowed down ballads and uptempo danceable boot shakers. The title track, “Letter To You” and “How Long Will It Be” fall into the first category focusing on Kingsbery’s vocals while the lyrics consisting of forlorn love take center stage. The lyrics aren’t earth shattering, and mostly pedestrian (“Eyes of Green” in particular) but the simple presentation works for these songs while Kingsbery’s vocal work has great appeal.
How to Sleep in a Stormy Boat,features 11 tracks peppered with collaborations from the likes of Ben Sollee, John Fullbright, and Mary Gauthier.Amy Speace’s path to songwriting may not have been a straight line, but like many journeys, has been better for the winding way. After graduating from Amherst College, she moved to Manhattan to […]
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mp3 320 kbps / 100 MB / UL / UA Aaron Fyfe is a singer-songwriter from Glasgow. His musical heroes are Tom Waits, The Beach Boys and Bob Dylan, he takes influence from Simon & Garfunkel, Paul Simon and The Beatles.