Here are some of the artists we are helping "Look for Europe"
A full integrated conventional and digital media promotion service for the independently minded musician.
This is the third album by this four piece outfit under the leadership of Manhattan-born singer and guitarist Peter Veteska. It is a nicely versatile blues set, form the chugging opener, ‘Stay On Track’ and the fine cover of Richard Ray Farrell’s jazzy ‘Cherry On The Cream’ (this seems like a good place to mention that guest saxophonist Danny Walsh makes excellent contributions to six numbers here). The material is firmly in a modern blues bag – lend an ear to the blasting, Albert King derived title track or the excellent updated version of the standard ‘Worried Life Blues’ – with influences from rock, jazz as just mentioned, and funk, as on the instrumental ‘Time To Collect’. There is a cover of The Coasters’ ‘Youngblood’ to add a bit of humour, a change of pace with the acoustic blues ‘Time For Me To Go’, and another guest, Texas native Kelley Dewkett, excels with a steaming vocal on Bonnie Raitt’s ‘Love Me Like A Man’, although I have to stress that Peter is no slouch vocally himself. This fine set ends with the impressive modern blues of ‘Lay Down My Friend’, dedicated to the late Michael Packer.
Add a Comment