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Artist: Black Stone Cherry

Title: Folklore And Superstitions

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2008

Label: Roadrunner Records

Catalog Number: RR 7940-2

Personnel

Ben Wells Guitar, Vocals
Chris Robertson Lead Vocals, Guitar
John Fred Young Drums, Vocals
Jon Lawhon Bass, Vocals

Tracks

1.  Blind Man  
2.  Please Come In  
3.  Reverend Wrinkle  
4.  Soul Creek  
5.  Things My Father Said  
6.  The Bitter End  
7.  Long Sleeves  
8.  Peace Is Free  
9.  Devil's Queen  
10.  The Key  
11.  You  
12.  Sunrise  
13.  Ghost Of Floyd Collins  

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From: Doghouse Reilly Date: March 25, 2009 at 17:24
This is a bit mroe southern-sounding than the debut, and again, they try to play the classic-rock card, but this would still fit right in on "active-rock" radio. They want to sound like BLS, but end up sounding more like an electrified Days Of The New. The good songs are "Blind Man," "Please Come In," "Soul Creek," "Long Sleeves," and a really cool, almost bluegrass breakdown in "The Key." "Sunrise" is left over from their self-released Rock n' Roll Tape, and should've stayed there.

From: elljam Date: May 12, 2012 at 5:30
Absolutely love this & it's got to be one of the best albums I've heard in a while. From the opening track "Blind man" I was hooked & continued to be for the rest of the album. Strong production from Bob Marlette (This guy is always involved with quality releases) gives the songs an added power & mixed with some great choruses which should allow this to appeal to the masses. Other highlight are "Reverend wrinkle", "Ghost of Floyd Collins", "Things my father said", "Long sleeves", "Devil's queen" & "The key" although any of the tracks would be a highlight on most other albums. BRILLIANT !!!!!!!!!!

From: hair metal again Date: June 11, 2012 at 4:29
much better than their debut,BLACK STONE CHERRY start to show a more commercial approach ,blended with their classic rock,southern feel and i must say that the whole result is fine!Bob Marlette in production make things better and i really dig some songs like "please come in","soulcreek","things my father said" and "ghost of floyd collins".good release

From: Doug Date: June 28, 2018 at 11:53
Was listening to this the other day. I dig "Blind Man" and "Please Come In."


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