Preachin' The Blues - Live!


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Preachin' The Blues - Live!

Product no.: RUF 1090
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When their first album “Hymn Book“ was released in March 2004 on Ruf Records, the Imperial Crowns were still quite unknown in most European countries. But this should change very fast. Fans were enthusiastic, just as well as the press:

 

  • “Their explosive mixture is immensely wild and crazy.” (Stereo, June 2004)·
  • “One of the most fantastic rocking Blues albums of the last years.” (Blues News, July 2004)
  • “Pretty damn cool.“ (Jazzthing, April 2004)

 

The four gentlemen from Los Angeles/California definitely do not commit themselves to a specific style. Their music is “filled with psychedelic garage beats, straight soul stomps and magic voodoo sound” (Blue Rhythm, Summer 2004) and with “wicked swamp funk, heated Rhythm & Blues, souly shuffles or rattling Boogie” (Rolling Stone Germany, May 2004).

 

Release: April 2005

 

When their first album “Hymn Book“ was released in March 2004 on Ruf Records, the Imperial Crowns were still quite unknown in most European countries. But this should change very fast. Fans were enthusiastic, just as well as the press:

 

  • “Their explosive mixture is immensely wild and crazy.” (Stereo, June 2004)·
  • “One of the most fantastic rocking Blues albums of the last years.” (Blues News, July 2004)
  • “Pretty damn cool.“ (Jazzthing, April 2004)

 

The four gentlemen from Los Angeles/California definitely do not commit themselves to a specific style. Their music is “filled with psychedelic garage beats, straight soul stomps and magic voodoo sound” (Blue Rhythm, Summer 2004) and with “wicked swamp funk, heated Rhythm & Blues, souly shuffles or rattling Boogie” (Rolling Stone Germany, May 2004).

 

In spring 2004, they toured Europe and appeared at the Crossroads Festival from the famous Rockpalast (WDR TV, Germany). There everybody could see for oneself that the Imperial Crowns are a terrific live band. The show was recorded on March 23rd, 2004 in Bonn/Germany and will be released on CD + DVD now – the triumphant procession of the Imperial Crowns continues…!

 

Tracklist:

1. Preachin' The Blues                   5:47

2. Lil’ Death                                       5:24

3. Praise His Name                          7:07

4. Big Boy                                          5:02

5. (Simply) Just A Dream                4:08

6. The River                                      5:23

7. Altar Of Love                                 7:35

8. Golden Girl                                   5:44

9. Blues Au Go Go                           4:01

10. You Don't Miss Your Water     7:04

11. Ramblin’ Woman Blues         16:41

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