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Stevie Salas Colorcode
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||Date: February 4, 2004 at 14:38|
|A very cool and underated cd this one. Funk, Rock, Jazz there seems to be a bit of everything in there but it works really well.
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||Date: February 5, 2004 at 12:07|
|Mother's Finest, Sly Stone, John Butcher Axis with a hint of Prince in the mix would be the best angle to approach this album from in places. Superb in all departments, especially the Geetar and a mention to CJ Devillar (ex Dear. Mr President - another magnificent underated band)for the excellent Bass work. This seemed to sink without a trace after it was released, which in my mind is totally criminal - get it if you see it.
||Date: February 8, 2004 at 10:26|
|The comments above are exactly the reason I submitted this album. One of the finest examples of funk rock alongside such greats as Dan Reed & Mothers Finest! Truly underrated band!
||Date: April 10, 2005 at 13:45|
|I love Stevie Salas! Yeah this album has funk/rock and jazz as Rockhead suggests but its so soulful and what makes it work. Salas's guitar work is also top notch. There are some rockers here like 'Stand Up' and 'Cover me' but for me its the ballads 'Just like that' and 'Over and Over again' which win the day! Stevie also plays on Sass Jordan's 'Racine' album which is also great!
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