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TOP 500 REVIEWERon 19 November 2009
The first Thunderbirds record after the departure of Jimmy Vaughan and his replacement by Duke Robillard and Kid Bangham was a return to a more blues-based sound after their more commercial late 80s disks. However, even though I wasn't particularly a fan of Vaughan and the two new guitarists give a bit more variety of sounds than Jimmy was capable of, this record doesn't reach the heights of the Thunderbirds early 80s records. Kim Wilson's harp and vocals are excellent, as ever, and the other musicians are all fine but that certain spark just doesn't seem to be there. I did like the soul ballads "Need somebody to love" and "When I get home" and also the rocking "Work together" but I felt the covers of Homer Banks' "Ain't that a lot of love", Jnr. Parker's "Feelin' good" and all the other tracks were just average.
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