MP3 Bacon Fat - Reinventing the Mojo
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ROCK: 70's Rock, BLUES: Rockin' Blues
Bacon Fat: reinventing the mojo
It has been nearly three years since the release of âBoogielicious Babyâ and to say the least: a lot has happened. First of all the band was injected some fresh blood as the oleâ line-up fell apart. Welcome aboard Benjamin and Rico!
W. Johnson (the only original member) had to move mountains to keep the band existing. It was like starting all over from zero. Though luck was involved: within a couple of weeks the new line-up was ready to hit the stage. And the miracle was achieved when six months later the band was ready to record the second album which is presented right here. Actually Johnson literally had to reinvent the soul, the heart and the âmojoâ of the band. Hence the title of the album.
When listening to the opening track âShake that assâ you can feel right away the band has gotten much tighter. This track you could probably file under âdance-bluesâ with itâs pumping bass and driving disco-beat. Thereâs even a real âBeatâ added in the bridge, most exciting! At the end the song turns into a real bluesrocker in the vein of the âUndeadâ-album by Ten Years After.
Other remarkable songs in the track-list include âBlues for Carolâ (sung by 20-year old super-talent Delvis, who also plays the bluesharp here), âRed Houseâ (a cover of the blues-standard by Jimi. Not an attempt to imitate the master but a true Bacon Fat-version), âMiles Dewey III part 2â (an instrumental effort inspired by the great man himself. Part 1 appeared on the âShow Some Steelâ-demo of 2002) and âRaggafari Jackâ (a song clearly inspired by Big Sugar. Where reggae meets rock ân roll!).
On top of that thereâs eight straight in your face blues-rock tracks. âMorefun Boogieâ is from the âBoogielicious Babyâ-era. âPretty Little Thangâ was the big success of the âShow Some Steelâ-demo. And thatâs not the oldest original included here. âLouisaâ was written by Johnson in 1999 before the first incarnation of Bacon Fat even got together. âHumbuckingâ, âBodeguita Brewâ and âShe go down to get me Highâ were among the last tracks written by the oleâ line-up. The two brand new rockers âDig it Upâ and âGimme some Moreâ complete the album.
So if youâre into fat guitars, big guitars, dirty guitars and nasty guitars AND if youâre into ass-kicking drums and groovy bass-lines you better check out âReinventing the Mojoâ. Bacon Fat prove themselves to be a tight unit with loads of potential towards the musical future.
W. Johnson : guitars, vocals, keys, effects & production
Benjamin Cestillo : bass & backing vocals
Enrique âRicoâ Gee : drums & percussion
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