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5.0 out of 5 stars Badlands - T.U.F., 10 Feb 2014
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Excellent album, a great variety of tracks in both style and pace, nicely mixed up with both male and female vocals which keeps it interesting. There are some stunning vocal performances notably from Danielle in track 6 "You Never Really Loved Me" and track 13 "It's a Man's Man's Man's World", she has excellent range with powerful delivery. I would definitely recommend to others.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Sibling Harmony, 2 Sep 2013
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Following hot on the heels of the new Tedeschi Trucks Band album, and not a million miles removed in style, this one's really the business; an explosive blues album from siblings Danielle, Nick and Kris Schnebelen that has class stamped all the way through it.

With a swagger and a shuffle often strongly reminiscent of Robert Cray in his prime, Trampled Under Foot's latest release delivers on all fronts. From the radio-friendly opener "Bad Bad Feeling" to the powerhouse cover of James Brown's "It's A Man's Man's Man's World" (the only non-original song on offer) it's an exhilarating ride across a wide variety of different blues styles.

Like the TTB, this band boasts a formidable female lead vocalist and on this showing Danielle Schnebelen is every bit Susan Tedeschi's equal. Although she handles the lion's share of lead vocals there's still space for brothers Nick and Kris to take centre stage, which makes for a more satisfying and rounded listening experience.

It's hard to pick out individual tracks when the overall standard is so high but the title track, "Bad Bad Feeling" "Mary", "Down To The River" and "Dark Of The Night" are all obvious winners.

The blues don't always feel this good.
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