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Thursday, May 18, 2017

Brody Buster's One Man Band - New Release Review

I just had the opportunity to review the most recent release, Brody Buster's One Man Band from Brody Buster and it's quite entertaining. Opening with Get Out Of My Life, Brody Buster shows his dexterity at acoustic guitar as well as his finesse as a vocalist and harp player. On the Dead's New Speedway Boogie, Buster lays down a super guitar groove. With the bold attack of George Thorogood, Buster shows super agility as a one man band and super tone on his harp. Into The Wind is a solid ballad with a strong melody, solid guitar and drum reinforcement. Beatles tune, Get Back, maintains much of the original arrangement but with a more rural feel. Jonathan Edwards like harmonica riffs and throaty guitar work makes this track a strong contender for the best track on the release. Acoustic rocker, Working For The Devil is my personal favorite with it's drive, overdriven tube sound and overall simplicity. Wrapping the release is Prince's Nothing Compares To You, made popular by Sinead O"Connor. She added such stark emotion that every remake from that point forward would draw comparison. This is a cool open acoustic somewhat blues rocker which is a nice closer for a solid release.

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