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  1. ZonkoVille77

    GF music review club

    Buddy Guy - Sweet Tea Never heard of this particular album by Buddy Guy, not that I can recall anyhow. IMO One of the best guitarists ever. Is there any coincidence in this being released in 2001 when The Black Keys first started out? Their early sound is very similar to this. Overall I had mixed feelings on this one, very good in parts but someone needed to be more in control and reign this in. I'm struck by the immediacy of the recording which doesn't really work - too much reverb, too much space. Many of the tracks are outstaying their welcome big time. It sounds like one big Jam put to tape that would probably be great live. I do like some of the heavy blues going on here - excellent guitar work throughout. Done Got Old - Classic sounding blues track. I really like this - I hear you, Buddy. I hear ya... I thought it was setting the tone for the rest of the album - wrong.. Baby Please Don't Leave Me - Deep prodding fuzzy bass and percussion throughout this one with some kick ass riffs and solo's. It's just too long though and the bass eventually gets overbearing. Maybe it's my headphones though. Look What All You Got - Lyrics are too repetitive but I get a real buzz off that guitar. I like the little turn around at the end adds a bit of interest. Stay All Night - Could be listening to The Black Keys here so there must be a crossover there somewhere... I like this track. Tramp - Great intro with a real dirty dark blues feel to the lyrics. Bit of a hypnotic looping effect listening to this. He really makes the guitar cry over that 8/8. Too long though. The bass again is saturating my headphones. I'll have to look into whether it's me or the record.. She's Got The Devil In her - Great vocal on this one. That "thinny" sound that sometimes pops up on some of guitar solo's is a bit annoying. I Gotta Try You Girl - A guitar workout really. Nothing interesting happening from the rhythm section. Far too long and a bit boring to be honest. Does it end? Who's Been Foolin' You - Totally unlike the rest of the album and a nice little breather. Vocals are good and the rhythm section finally gets a chance. But that effect on the guitar is crap - it doesn't work here IMO. Sounds bolted on rather than part of the track. I do like this track though. It's a Jungle Out There - sounds like some of the other Buddy Guy tracks I've heard over the years. One of the better songs in terms of lyrics. It is indeed a Jungle out there. This record just sounds like a lot of jams put to tape. Lyrics are sparse and never stray from the standard Blues formula when they do pop up.Guitar is the star of the show as expected but that's not enough for me to make me want to listen over again. I'll give it a 6.5/10
  2. ZonkoVille77

    What Songs Or Album Titles Sum You Up?

    Muscle of Love - Alice Cooper
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    Amazon

    Shop local. More than ever.
  4. ZonkoVille77

    Coronavirus

    The skinny little runt wouldn't last a minute in a bar fight. I would dearly love someone to launch him into a wall.
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    sick of africa stuff

    Monkey mad? Racist alright.
  6. ZonkoVille77

    GF music review club

    Taj Mahal - Taj Mahal Possibly my most favourite classical blues album and I had forgotten all about it! It was honestly about 15 years since I last listened to this when I got into a bit of a blues buzz. There's nothing about this album to dislike at all. The musicians are metronomic in their playing. The recording is excellent for its day. Each instrument is given its own space when needed and the vocals are top notch. I enjoyed this so much I took out the aul electric over the weekend and had a little play along to it. Easily a 9/10 for me. Great choice and glad to get back to it. "Smoke that Guitar boy, smoke that Guitar" *I had a track by track review typed out but the laptop ran outta juice - grrr*
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    Coronavirus

    Johnson is under the rule of Cummings, of that there is little doubt. Cummings clearly knows how many children Johnson has. I hope Piers Morgan head butts the fuck outta both of them.
  8. Mark Hamill. Linda Hamilton. Michael J Fox.
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    Death Row Last Meal?

    Scallops with black pudding. Rack of Lamb with mint sauce and all the usual roast trimmings. Sticky Toffee Pudding with Vanilla Ice cream. Bottle of Beaujolais Villages.
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    Poetry

    I like Haiku's and Sonnets.
  11. ZonkoVille77

    Kerry Katona did porn??? (NSFW, obviously)

    I got a load of her photos sent to me via WhatsApp and to be honest it's easier to wank to the Tory Cabinet thread.
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    Jordon Ibe

    He's fuckin shite
  13. ZonkoVille77

    Random musical chat.

    Got an album dropped on my desk last week and I initially hated it but I've listened more and it's very good. Irish lad who sings in his Louth accent called David Keenan. DEFINITELY not everyone's cup of tea but if you like Irish trad/folk/troubadour style artists then you'll like this.
  14. ZonkoVille77

    GF music review club

    Been a while since I've heard this. Nice one.
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