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Bridge Of Sighs
The album opens with an iconic Robin Trower song. It starts with a simple guitar and vocal that leads to an epic lead battle between ripping guitar and B3 organ riffs by the ending. Buckle up!
The world needs "more cowbell"! This version of a classic Stones song will get your motor runnin'. ps: We're not responsible for any speeding you may get while listening to this in your car. ;-)
Fool For Your Stockings
Every man knows the hypnotizing power of a woman in fishnets. And once you hear the sultry keyboard opening leading to the sexy bluesy ending, you may actually believe your at the peeler bar.
Good Rockin' Tonight
Everyone from Elvis to Montrose has covered this classic 1947 Roy Brown song. But no-one has done it with this much "jump". Get ready to swing, daddyo!
What happens when you take a song that's been covered by male and female singers and combine the idea of both singing at the same time? The ultimate Canadian party rock song VERSION 2.0
Blue Jean Blues
ZZ Top's 4 minute tale of "boy misses girl" is transformed into a 9 minute musical epic of soulful blues bliss. If you're not emotionally moved by the end of this song, check your pulse.
While The Rolling Stones are known predominantly as bluesrock band, they ventured into funky, disco land for bit. Leave it to The Rose City Rockers to put the bluesrock back into this song.
Back in 1936, Robert Johnson penned Cross Roads Blues which began the infamous story of how he sold his soul to the devil for fame and fortune. Eric Clapton re-recorded it and made it famous to bluesrock fans and musicians worldwide. This version cranks the amps up to 11 and is probably going to peel off the paint in your house once you crank it up too.
"Great rendition of cross roads.. killer solos, good recording!"
"Really good rendition of a classic- and, you NAILED it!!"
Kevin GagnonBass Player
"Awesome "Crossroads" Jimmy G. Judy and I really enjoyed your version!"
Jim & Judy Stonehouse
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"Listened to it twice today. I didn't want it to end. Incredible guitar playing and the rock/blues sound was, "music to my ears". I know it's covers, but you play it like it was your own. Cheers"
"Amazing blues/rock sound and mean riffs Jimmy!!!!!!! ROCK ON!!!!!!"
Magus Radionics Engineer