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Thursday, April 7, 2016

Durstwerks Recordings artist: Bill Durst - Good Good Lovin - New Release Review

I just received the newest release, Good Good Lovin, from Bill Durst and it's a great rocker! Opening with title track, Good Good Lovin, Durst plies great Muddy Waters blues riffs with the rockin' sounds of Grand Funk Railroad for a super blues rocker. Stinging rock guitar riffs from Durst punctuate the great opener joined by Joe De Angelis on bass and Corey Thompson on drums. Got Love has an 80's rock sound with heavy kick drum and a solid melody. Durst shows worthy guitar chops with southern guitar influences. 21st Century Blues has a British metal sound reminiscent of Judas Priest but with Wishbone Ash overtones. A solid rocker, the bass is tight, the drums are on and the guitar soars. I'm Alright shows Texas blues rock styling and a super driving riff. If you like the Rev Billy G, you should dig this! Heaven Heaven opens with a cool slide guitar riff and led by a relentless kick drum, setting up a great rocker with a rolling bass line and hot guitar riffs. Very cool! Shuffle track, King Snake Prowl, has a great bass bottom and some of Durst's best vocals. With a lot of swagger and hi gain on the guitar amp, Durst lays down some really nicely stlyed riffs making this my favorite track on the release. What Could Have Been Love is a real sweet slow blues number with nice chord emphasis. A heavy drum / bass turnaround gives this track real oomph and Durst soulful vocals and tasty riffs make this another track with heavy traction! Northern Electric is a great blues rocker with a cool extended bass driven turnaround. Durst sets out a RBG styled guitar and vocal pairing that makes this another favorite for me (Check out sleeper ... XXX if you don't know it). I Regret To Say has a soulful ballad with just the right amount of reverb and 50's styling. Excellent closer!

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