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Black To Blues by Black Stone Cherry

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Black To Blues

Black Stone Cherry

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Album

Black To Blues

Black Stone Cherry

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Label: Mascot Records
Black Stone Cherry pay tribute to American blues with a set of genre classics filtered through their thick, grinding mix of hard rock and alt-metal. The Kentucky outfit have always shaded their raucous jams with a bluesy swagger; this time around, however, they push it to the forefront of their music. Their version of Muddy Waters’ late-career nugget "Champagne & Reefer" is funky, low down and mean, with a touch of twang thrown in for good measure. Yet even more intense is the "Palace of the King," an early-'70s Freddie King tune that kicks up serious dust thanks to the rhythm section’s relentlessly propelling groove. Black Stone Cherry definitely sound like they’re having an absolute blast cranking out some of their favorite tunes, and that's always a good thing.

About This Album

Black Stone Cherry pay tribute to American blues with a set of genre classics filtered through their thick, grinding mix of hard rock and alt-metal. The Kentucky outfit have always shaded their raucous jams with a bluesy swagger; this time around, however, they push it to the forefront of their music. Their version of Muddy Waters’ late-career nugget "Champagne & Reefer" is funky, low down and mean, with a touch of twang thrown in for good measure. Yet even more intense is the "Palace of the King," an early-'70s Freddie King tune that kicks up serious dust thanks to the rhythm section’s relentlessly propelling groove. Black Stone Cherry definitely sound like they’re having an absolute blast cranking out some of their favorite tunes, and that's always a good thing.

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About This Album

Black Stone Cherry pay tribute to American blues with a set of genre classics filtered through their thick, grinding mix of hard rock and alt-metal. The Kentucky outfit have always shaded their raucous jams with a bluesy swagger; this time around, however, they push it to the forefront of their music. Their version of Muddy Waters’ late-career nugget "Champagne & Reefer" is funky, low down and mean, with a touch of twang thrown in for good measure. Yet even more intense is the "Palace of the King," an early-'70s Freddie King tune that kicks up serious dust thanks to the rhythm section’s relentlessly propelling groove. Black Stone Cherry definitely sound like they’re having an absolute blast cranking out some of their favorite tunes, and that's always a good thing.