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A Lot Of Bottle (Remastered Edition) Extra tracks, Original recording remastered
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There is not a bum track on this album. It opens with 'Country Hat' an excellent piece of slide guitar - a lot of bottle! 'Everyday' is a blues number with a with a forceful but laid back rhythm under pinned by a strong bass guitar presence. 'Reap what I have sowed' has a gritty rhythm with an excellent guitar solo section. 'Brief Case' is an instrumental which introduces the band's horns - effortlessly working with the guitars. 'Alright Blue' is another instrumental featuring a blues harp which you can't help but tap your foot along too. 'Seventh Son' has atmosphere with a great bass line, leading into a faster tempo section with excellent guitar work. 'Please Don't Help' is another great track in its own right leading into the more humourous 'Mooring Noon and Night'. 'Long Lovin' Man' is an equally humourous track. 'Lousianna Blues' is wonderfully crafted as is 'Cut You Loose' with its organ, horns and guitar solos. 'Lovin' Machine' is a great raunchy number with its guiar work - very 70s.
All the tracks are well crafted with their own identity and clear vocals. I find the whole album so uplifting - I recently caught my 5 year old bopping along to it! I've currently got this album in the CD changer of my car. I can see it being the sound of summer 2008.
I apologise for taping the LP in the first place. Hopefully, with the fact that I have got around to buying it on CD and writing this review, I am finally forgiven. In short buy this CD. You will not regret it!
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