Album Review: Outlaws & Moonshine – 1919 (EP)

Album Review: Outlaws & Moonshine – 1919 (EP)

A clash of cultures?  What does a Welsh teetotal middle-aged nerd (me) have in common with hard livin’ guys from Indiana? A love of driving hard Rock n’ Roll, that’s what! 1919 is the title of this debut EP from Outlaws & Moonshine, rockers of the Southern persuasion and what a barnstormer it is.  The songs leap out of the speakers and grab you by the throat like some demonic Doberman pincer and don’t let…

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Blackberry Smoke Are Holding All The Roses

Blackberry Smoke Are Holding All The Roses

I saw Blackberry Smoke open for Jackyl somewhere around 2003.  They did a cover of Molly Hatchet’s “Flirtin’ With Disaster”  and the following day so did my band.  There are elements of Southern Rock I really dig and some not as much.  But basically I love thick heavy Les Paul’s played through JCM 800’s with lyrics filled with wisdom so simple that it never ceases to be true.  Blackberry Smoke has come a long way in developing…

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