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    The Broadkasters
    21 Days In Jail CD

    Review by Slap that Bass Album Reviews:
    The Broadkasters consist of three members of The Houserockers with the added harmonica of Ian Austen-Jones.
    The result is an amazing album of bluesabilly which kicks off with Mellow Down Easy featuring '50s style slap bass from Nick Hoadley, drums from Nick Simonon, wailing harp from Austen-Jones and powerful vocals and lead guitar from Rob Glazebrook.
    The use of vintage instruments and with their raw approach the sound they produce is close to that coming out of the classic Chess Studio in the '50s.
    Magic Sam’s 21 Days In Jail tears along frantically with fine guitar work from Glazebrook and is all over in about 2 minutes.
    The rhythm section drive along Willie Dixon’s Crazy Mixed Up World and then Glazebrook adds distorted guitar to the swinging Down To The Bottom.
    Superb slide guitar lights up a cover of Muddy Waters’ classic Feel Like Goin’ Home and then Glazebrook turns to acoustic guitar for Little Walter’s Just Keep A Lovin’ with Austen-Jones on harmonica.
    The album closes with a rocking cover of Champion Jack Dupree’s Stumblin’ Block Blues.
    If you like your blues played with a touch of rockabilly and plenty of attack then you should enjoy this fine album.


    • 1Mellow Down Easy
    • 2Stop Breakin’ Down
    • 3Ah’w Baby
    • 421 Days in Jail
    • 5Come Back Baby
    • 6Stop Breakin’ Down
    • 7Crazy Mixed Up World
    • 8Down To The Bottom
    • 9Evil Hearted Woman
    • 10Feel Like Goin’ Home
    • 11A Fool No More
    • 12You Gotta Lose
    • 13Just Keep A Lovin'
    • 14Lover’s Confession
    • 15Baby Done Left Me
    • 16Stumblin’ Block Blues

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