Classic Rock Magazine Review

The partnership of one time Robert Plant sideman Innes Sibun along with Detroit vocalist Marcus Malone proves to be one which is as good as the arithmetic suggests. Let Me Love You has a brilliant climbing chorus lick that could have fallen off Zep II, and the best of all is the moment when the medieval-folksy Taste Of Your Love casts off its tabard to become a meaty man-rocker.

 

Blues News Norway – Review

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ou can’t even call it making up for lost time, but nonetheless, I don’t know how many bands have been...

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Uncomplicated, Hill Country style of blues, almost understated and underproduced, its exciting and inspiring...

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Der Brite Innes Sibun begleite als Gitarrist Ausnahmesänger wie Robert Plant und zuletzt Sari Schorr. Sein Partner Marcus Malone - nicht zu verwechseln mit dem gleichnamigen Santana-Mitglied - stammt aus Detroit, hat reichlich Motown-Sound...

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