MP3 London Calling - Blood in the Water
Hard Hitting Melodic Rock and Roll. A combination of Led Zeppelin and Alternative Hard Rock with a blues edge.
13 MP3 Songs in this album (67:53) !
Related styles: ROCK: Hard Rock, ROCK: Album Rock
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In 1993, fresh from the ashes of one of the Midwest’s most successful and cutting edge recording artists, “Social Offense”, Farrell Webber’s “London Calling” was born and with it, the release of the internationally acclaimed cd, “Blood in the Water”.
“Blood in the Water” sold thousands of copies in the USA and Europe, although they were destined to tour for only a year and a half.
To commemorate the release of the new Farrell Webber cd, “Tales of Pain and Wonder”, “Blood in the Water” by London Calling has been re-issued for a limited time only.
Highlighted by the passion and intensity of Webber’s vocal performances and edgy, hard hitting song writing, this melodic but hard rock gem will be a treat for anyone who missed it the first time around.
The comparison to that of “Soundgarden” and “Led Zeppelin” is unintentional but nonetheless evident.
Webber, now best known for his performance as vocalist in “Houses of the Holy” A Tribute to the music of Led Zeppelin and the regional smash hit albums, “Social Offense” and “Blood in the Water” by London Calling, not to mention his acting career starring in the Broadway musicals “Jesus Christ Superstar” and “My Favorite Year” headed an incredible power rock line up on this CD, eventually leading to backing Ken Hensley of Uriah Heep for Farm Aid as well as a grueling American tour with just about every
Major act in the book.
Driven by Webber’s five octave, virtuoso voice and extraordinary guitar performances by Mark Crowell of The American smash Steely Dan Tribute, “Show Biz Kids” and Rusty Churchman and rounded by former Geezer Butler (Black Sabbath)and Anacrusis drummer, Chad Smith and Paul Guthrie on bass, this cd is just as powerful and relevant today as it was in 1993.