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Eric Sardinas Eric Sardinas and Big Motor Picking up the guitar at the age of six, Sardinas reaped a heavin' helpin' of inspiration from a melting pot of influences numbering R&B, gospel, rock and roll and most tellingly, his profound love of traditional blues forms. All inform the songwriting and incendiary playing on the new album. And while those influences inexorably ... Read more in Amazon's Eric Sardinas Store

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  • Audio CD (23 Feb 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Evidence
  • ASIN: B00000I536
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 80,552 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Treat Me Right
2. Write Me A Few Lines
3. Murdering Blues
4. Cherry Bomb
5. My Baby's Got Something
6. Give Me Love
7. Rollin' and Tumblin' (Acoustic)
8. Low Down Love
9. Get Along Rider
10. Goin' to the River
11. I Can't Be Satisfied
12. Sweetwater Blues
13. Down in the Bottom
14. Tired of Tryin'

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Barrett on 16 July 2005
Format: Audio CD
Well, what can I say. This guy has just blown the blues scene apart! Playing slide on a Dobro Guitar (the metal ones) through a stack of Rivera amps set on shred. This guys tone is just to die for, songs like My Baby's Got Something (originally written by John Lee Hooker and Bernard Besman) and Get Along Rider would get any party blazing. Sardinas also throws in a few mellower moments, but these still rock. And for those rainy days there are a couple of slow numbers, Murdering Blues(!) and Low Down Love. Even Steve Vai saw the talent powering this guy and invited him to support him on his Ultra Zone tour (where your faithful writer was there at the front). A great live act, setting fire to his guitar in true Hendrix style and playing slide with a bottle of Bud which explodes upon conclusion of the song. I can guarantee if you like slidey blues/rock with attitude you will love this, go buy this album. If you spot him coming to your town get a front row seat and be amazed!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 27 April 2000
Format: Audio CD
This album is in the top of my collection and will stay there for many years to come. Sardinas' style is simple in essence but not overworked, and delivers some of the most powerful, kickin' and talented tracks to ever be heard from one of todays blues musicians.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
some of the best damned blues i ever heard 20 Dec 1999
By Adam Rosenfeld - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I saw this guy in concert and let me tell you he blew me away. It takes something special to make people walk out of a steve vai concert talking about the opening act, and eric sardinas has it. His hard edged guitar and soulful voice are stevie-ray-vaughan-esque. The effects that he uses and hand speed coupled with his use of slide guitar technique give even the most tired blues riffs new life and a new face. What is perhaps most refreshing about eric sardinas, however, is that unlike most "technical" guitarists, i could listen to him play all day without tiring of it. This is a must buy for any guitar player or blues fan.
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Eric Sardinas - Must be heard to believe 30 Nov 1999
By Daniel F. Broderick - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I met Eric at The Guitar Center in Falls Church, VA on Nov. 24, 1999. He and his band played for about a half hour then signed autographs and talked. I picked up his CD. I had to after hearing him play. He was unbelievable. That electric dobro screamed with his combo of brass slide and fingfr picking. Words cannot do justice to what this kid can do. Buy this Cd and play it loud!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Johny Winter on steroids 11 Mar 1999
By coops@webtv.net (case) - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
If you like Johny Winter you will love this one. Roadhouse rocking blues the way it is supposed to be. Very Strong.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
smokin' hot gritty blues at it's best1 5 Feb 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I have just finished listening to "Treat Me Right" by Eric Sardinas and it is some of the hottest blues you will ever hear!Scorching hot slide licks on an electrified dobro give this CD a new twist to the modern blues while staying true to classic blues roots.Johnny Winter makes a guest appearance on the CD as Eric takes Winter's style of blues to the next level. Sardinas's live performances are even more intense and he is rapidly becoming one of the most dynamic live showmen out there. He's backed by the slappin', thumpin' bass of Paul Loranger and the solid beat of Scott Palicios. If you love electric blues, check this new release out Feb. 23rd.Not recomended for wimps...
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
***1/2. Not highly original, but pretty entertaining 15 Nov 2003
By Docendo Discimus - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Eric Sardinas is a very acomplished guitar player, and he lays down some blistering electric dobro solos on "Treat Me Right", his debut album.

Alternating between fiery, up-tempo blues-rock, mid-tempo blues a la Johnny Winter, and a few acoustic numbers, Sardinas demonstrates considerable chops, but not a lot of imagination, and there is nothing here that Winter hasn't done before, or that Stevie Ray Vaughan didn't do better.

That's not to say that "Treat Me Right" isn't worth a listen, though. Eric Sardinas is a good, if not extraordinary, singer, and he imbues his acoustic slide workouts "Goin' To The River", "Sweetwater Blues" and "Cherry Bomb" with loads of soul, as well as displaying excellent abilities as a slide guitarist in the vein of Son House, Muddy Waters and Fred McDowell.

He also does quite well by Muddy Waters' "I Can't Be Satisfied", and while his hamfisted pedal-to-the-metal-approach may draw comparisons with George Thorogood, Sardinas is a more accomplished and versatile guitar player, as demonstrated on his powerful rendition of Doctor Clayton's classic "Murdering Blues" (AKA "Cheating And Lying Blues"), and on the tough original "Give Me Love" and several other tracks.

Howlin' Wolf's magnificent lead guitarist, the ageing Hubert Sumlin, guests on a reading of "Down In The Bottom", and gets buried under Sardinas' amp-on-11 bombast, which is a shame.
Johnny Winter gets more of a say on his own "Tired Of Tryin'", but all in all, "Treat Me Right" would have benefitted from a little less wah-wah and a little more subtlety.

It's still good fun, though, particularly for fans of hard-rocking contemporary blues, but the three acoustic numbers are very enjoyable as well, in a "Bukka White meets Johnny Winter" kind of way.
Less sophisticated than Stevie Ray Vaughan but more so than George Thorogood, and good enough for some 3 1/2 stars.
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