Savoy Brown - Witchy Feelin' [New CD]

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Seller: Top-Rated Plus Seller get_importcds (2,482,936) 99.6%, Location: Shepherdsville, Kentucky, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 132303049751 Savoy Brown - Witchy Feelin' [New CD] Artist: Savoy BrownTitle: Witchy Feelin'Item Condition: New and unplayedFormat: CDRelease Date: 2017Label: RufUPC: 710347125129Genre: Blues Album Tracks1. Why Did You Hoodoo Me2. Livin'on the Bayou3. I Can't Stop the Blues4. Witchy Feelin'5. Guitar Slinger6. Vintage Man7. Standing in a Doorway8. Memphis Blues9. Can't Find Paradise10. Thunder Lighting & Rain11. Close to Midnihjt2017 release from the veteran blues outfit. Blues is not for the faint-hearted. Since the genre first drew breath, it's greatest practitioners have embraced the darkness, spinning tales of hardship and death, hellhounds and devilry. If the sleeve of Witchy Feelin' suggests that Kim Simmonds, too, has a tendency towards the macabre, then Savoy Brown's iconic leader is happy to confirm it. "Blues has always dealt with themes of the Devil, witchcraft and so forth, and I've always written along those lines. At least three of the songs on Witchy Feelin' have that hoodoo vibe..." Witchy Feelin' proves the Devil still has all the best tunes. From the thrillingly brittle guitar riff that opens Why Did You Hoodoo Me, we are in the hands of a master, with Simmonds reigniting the seismic vocals and searing fretwork that established Savoy Brown as linchpins of the '60s British blues boom. Recording alongside Pat Desalvo (bass), Garnet Grimm (drums) and engineer Ben Elliott, Simmonds leads us into a world of dark nights, wild weather, women and whiskey: all perennial themes given a modern twist by this ageless bluesman. "The songs on this album have been two years in the making," he reflects. "I tried to write songs that had a personal point of view yet can be relatable to everyone. On 'Vintage Man', I wrote about being the type of guy who doesn't change as he gets older. I wrote about the power of love on 'Why Did You Hoodoo Me'. And with 'Guitar Slinger', I wrote a song about seeing a great guitar player in an old country bar - as I did when I first saw Roy Buchanan in '69." Condition: Brand New, Genre: Blues, Artist: Savoy Brown, Record Label: Ruf Records, Release Year: 2017

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