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MP3 Elephant Shelf - In Trouble again

Classic City Swing Blues
Rock & Roll Down home back porch roots
Wild Gypsy violin
From Blues to Bluegrass
Elephant Shelf
brilliant original songs of
love & loss, life & death


11 MP3 Songs in this album (69:30) !
Related styles: Blues: Jazzy Blues, Blues: Blues-Rock, Mood: Upbeat

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“A Cracking album; ‘In Trouble Again” rocks like crazy with great slide guitar and totally wild piano-a great variety of blues based sounds and great songs –quality all the way” BLUES MATTERS
“A well established live act, they deliver a very varied album that justifies the reputation as a really exciting show” LIVE MUSIC LONDON
“Very imaginative, takes Blues & Roots to new places” - LE HORA DEL BLUES –PORTUGAL
“These guys have got it! The sound and feel of the early Stones and Faces” LARRY MILLER

TRACK LISTING

1. IN TROUBLE AGAIN – this opening track is a real cracker – pure rock ‘n’ roll, with a wild edge. The vocals merge beautifully. This track has the lot edgy slide guitar, the maddest piano solo ever plus great double tracked harp, wacky lyrics mentioning undertakers, the Cosa Nostra, the CIA – it’s a great track, mad, bad and really good.
2. SQUEEZE ME TEASE ME– a nice mid tempo blues track, redolent of ‘Rock Me Baby’, with lyrics about sex including whipping and stripping – wow! Kinky – sharp edged blues guitar and an excellent female vocal.
3. FUSSING & FIGHTING – a mid-tempo rocker redolent of Dylan circa ’65 and the Stones – Tumbling Dice (ish) rhythm. Good song rocks and swings nicely
4. WHEN YOU LEFT ME – this is a really great song – a New Orleans flavoured Blues ballad with jazzy changes – it’s emotive with a stunning vocal from Rosie Swan
5. UNDUBWISE – a change of tempo this – a real reggae groove with lots of delay laden harmonica and a thunderous bass riff – again Rosie Swan’s vocals are really good- the lyrics are interesting dealing with Transgenderism
6. MORNING LETTER- violin and harmonica feature strongly on this electric country blues tune, stomping bass drum underpins this track which really rocks

7. HIGH HEEL WALKER – this is a jazz flavoured track that features a really swinging rhythm section – the drums are exemplary- plus Hammond inspired organ – its long it swings the instrumental interplay is first class.
8. JUST ANOTHER SOMEONE – an atmospheric almost ‘folk-rock’ style track with great violin a lovely tremolo laden guitar intro leads into a really catchy song.
9. SNAKEBITE – possibly the hardest hitting track on the album – a stonking ‘Hoochie Coochie’ type riff – great slide guitar lead into 9 minutes of rhythm & blues mayhem - corking with just a touch of Hendrix in the ending.
10. All I DO IS CRY - A real change of tack here – a gypsy style violin intro – leads in a very ‘sixties’ –think Joe Meek / Spector song that builds to a big big chorus ending – features high speed violin – a good track and one that will be a grower.
11. WILLOW TREE – almost qualifies as the best track on the album – a beautiful roots / country song that sounds truly ‘back-porch’ – lovely fiddle & harmonicas weaving in and out – gospel tinged backing vocal and mysterious tale of lost love. This is a great ending to the album


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