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Monday, January 15, 2024

Tim Woods - For You - New Release Review

 I just had the opportunity to review the most recent release, For You, by Tim Woods and its an earthy contemporary blues release. Opening with Can't Stop Rockin' with it's blend of the Doors and Ten Years After blues rock feel. Woods definitely has a Morrison vocal styling and Bobby Lee Rogers bass lines are driving. Cool opener. Another cool blues rocker, Are You Kind? has just a taste of metal but with Rogers on keys this track almost takes on a Deep Purple flavor. Mimic has a really cool, bounce to it with just the right amount of funk. Rogers' drum anchor gives Woods freedom to jam out on guitar and it's just the perfect combination of groove and lead guitar (think old Savoy Brown meets old ZZ Top). Very nice. Wrapping the release is ballad, Within, with Rogers highlighted on vocal with only the  minimal keyboard and brushed drums over his own guitar. With a solid melody and and flowing guitar lead, this is a cool closer. 

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