She’s The Devil

Shuffle groove classic blues with harmonica.

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Midnight Shift Blvd

“Working the midnight shift baby”  Working mans blues feat. a crying harmonica.  This song has that classic blues croon.

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Love My Baby

Stevie Ray Vaughn bluesy jam.  Classic bluesy-attitude riffage.

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Don’t Blame Me

Chicago Blues ala Buddy Guy, Muddy Waters… Uptempo with piano.

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Nothing But Sky

Early Arctic Monkeys sounding song with heavy guitars.  Very aggressive and loud.  High action.

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Love You To Death

Bonnie & Clyde kind of love.  Feels like an imminent ending but not without a fire fight.   Aggressive. Heavy riffage sounds like Wolfmother.

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So Cold

Modern Psychedelic rock ala Arctic Monkeys / Jack White.  Heavy riffage.  High action.

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Rollin

Heavy riffing.  Stylistically Jack White.  Sounds like high action biker gang.  Ready to fight.

Artist: Golden Spurs

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Old Black Firewind

Heavy riffing in the style of Wolfmother or Jack White.

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Devils Son

Modern indie-blues/rock.  Sounds like Joe Bonomassa and Jack White.  Heavy riffage.

Artist: Golden Spurs

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Love My Baby

Blues Band medium shuffle. Positive lyric about his good lady.

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Midnight Shift Blues

Blues Band including harmonica and lo fi vocal.  Medium slow tempo..  Blue Collar hardships.

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Don’t Blame Me

Chicago Blues

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Uncle Freddie

Albert King, Muddy Waters, Allman Brothers… This is a classic blues with a crunchy guitar and swing jazz feel on the drums.

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She’s The Devil

A stereotypical blues song about a woman being evil. This song has certainly got the blues, sounds like Paul Butterfield.

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Midnight Shift Boulevard

This song begins with a gut wrenched, blue collar, distorted harmonica and kicks into a slow blues. To top it off a gritty, greasy, blues vocal lays down a workin’ man blues lyric.

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Leave You Alone

A slick blues song with a classic formulaic blues lyric. “Pain in my heart since you’ve been gone.” Sounds like B.B. King

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Don’t Blame Me

A straight up blues song with a classic, standard blues lyrical form. The guitar is featured on this track with tasty blues licks in between vocal phrases.

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Crazy Woman Blues

A blues song about a crazy woman who takes all your money. Check out the harmonica on this song its the bluesy melodic icing on the cake to this track.

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Another Day

Blues song that sounds like Albert King, Stevie Ray Vaughn. Featuring hot blues guitar licks and a gritty blues vocal.

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