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Real Women Audiolibro, CD

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CD de audio , Audiolibro, CD, 24 abr 2013
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2012 release, the sophomore album from this Blues-based power trio. Nods to Free, Humble Pie, even Trapeze can be sussed out in the mix, but at the end of the day, Real Women is straight-up Mount Carmel all the way. Searing leads, smokey vocals, thundering rhythms, cascading drums, hyperbolic hyperbole... it's all here. Mount Carmel brings back the spirit of 1973 like no one else. The only difference now is better weed and shittier barbiturates. It's hands-down pure Rock, no frills. Nary a retro contrivance is to be heard. These guys live it for real. Honest. So climb on board with Real Women and see what you've been missing. The results are astounding.

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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas classic guitar rock with a West Coast blues vibe 23 de marzo de 2012
Por Charlie Quaker - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio
2nd album from Columbus, Ohio band--classic guitar rock with a West Coast blues vibe. Lots of
tight pants swagger, an exceptionally steady rhythm section and heavy blues/rock riffs create an
authentic 60s/70s power trio feel. Shades of Savoy Brown, Cream, James Gang, Buffalo Killers,
Taste, Free, Radio Moscow, Rival Sons.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Awesome album. 30 de marzo de 2012
Por jhilden - Publicado en
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Very nice blues rock music. Similar to the Black Keys, but actually probably better. Especially the title song is very, very good.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas It is one of my favorite set back and rock albums 26 de diciembre de 2014
Por Penn2010 - Publicado en
Formato: Disco de vinilo
It is one of my favorite set back and rock albums. Like the first album the best. I think their old school sound is powerful and melodic in its smooth powerful delivery. I must have for your hard rock collection.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Best rock band around! 5 de marzo de 2014
Por sshjaguar - Publicado en
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This album is fuzz deluxe rock n roll at it's finest! Mount Carmel is keeping it real in a sea of boring or overproduced music. I digg this vinyl hard.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Authentic Power Trio Blues 18 de diciembre de 2012
Por Francis - Publicado en
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While this band sounds like plenty of others, the bands they sound like are all very old and/or very uncool. Foghat, Cream, Albert King, Bo Diddley, and early ZZ Top are all flavorful ingredients in the beautifully authentic and wholly unpretentious stew that is Mount Carmel. White boy 60's blues-rock is awful 99.9% of the time - and that .1% of the time it's usually sublime. I know of no band who do it better than Mount Carmel, now that fellow Ohioans The Black Keys have decided to start making arena rock. You get the feeling these guys - two brothers and a friend - simply couldn't make any other kind of music, because the fuzzy blooze comes from deep in their marrow and to write other kinds of tunes would be a betrayal of deeply held convictions. Everything about this record - its production, its songwriting, its lyrics, Matt Reed's voice, and its artwork - seem genuinely out of time. There seems nothing "retro" about this record, because when you've spinning the vinyl at maximum volume alone or listening to Real Women in headphones in the dark, it's easier to believe time travel is responsible for the existence of this band than that it was released in 2012 by three guys in their early 20's. The only thing about the record that seems possibly influenced by anything after 1970 is the gelatinous bass tone of Patrick Reed, which frequently evokes Geezer Butler to hair-raising effect. Let's just pretend he was influenced by Geezer playing the blues in Earth circa 1967 before they changed their name to Black Sabbath.

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