Blues Karloff

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  • Blues Karloff - Light And Shade (LP)

    23,00

    This is hot and sweaty music, loud, riffing and proud… Fittingly, and masterfully, the set closes out with two genuine powerhouses – the original ’Don’t Tell Me What To Do’ and Howlin’ Wolf’s ’Evil’ – that really should both carry a 1971 recording date – *** –Norman darwen, R2 magazine, Jan/Feb 2016

    About the Artist

    Unapologetically rooted in the British Blues-Rock boom of the late 60’s and early 70’s, Blues Karloff explore the outer reaches of the different sounds that shaped this particular musical style. By means of their blistering interpretations of Blues anthems they introduce a distinctive contemporary flavour to the genre. But Blues Karloff not only revisit and remodel tracks by the likes of Willie Dixon, Jimmy Reed and Bobby Womack. Various members of the band wrote five original songs out of the thirteen tracks featured on the album sensing the need to carve out their own identity as well as demonstrating their developing skills and tunesmiths.

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  • Blues Karloff - Light And Shade (CD)

    18,00

    This is hot and sweaty music, loud, riffing and proud… Fittingly, and masterfully, the set closes out with two genuine powerhouses – the original ’Don’t Tell Me What To Do’ and Howlin’ Wolf’s ’Evil’ – that really should both carry a 1971 recording date – *** –Norman darwen, R2 magazine, Jan/Feb 2016

    About the Artist

    Unapologetically rooted in the British Blues-Rock boom of the late 60’s and early 70’s, Blues Karloff explore the outer reaches of the different sounds that shaped this particular musical style. By means of their blistering interpretations of Blues anthems they introduce a distinctive contemporary flavour to the genre. But Blues Karloff not only revisit and remodel tracks by the likes of Willie Dixon, Jimmy Reed and Bobby Womack. Various members of the band wrote five original songs out of the thirteen tracks featured on the album sensing the need to carve out their own identity as well as demonstrating their developing skills and tunesmiths.

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  • Blues Karloff - Ready For Judgement Day (CD)

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    Blues Karloff features Paul “Shorty”  Van Camp on lead  guitar. Originally  a  Blues-Rock player  with Mothers Of Track in the 70s, Shorty became celebrated on Planet Hard Rock during the 80s as front-man-guitarist-singer and writer for Killer, one of the premier continental Heavy Metal bands to emerge from  the  early  eighties  “New  Wave  Of  Heavy  Metal  (NWOBHM)  scene.  Now,  in  the  footsteps  of another of his heroes, the late great Gary Moore, Shorty is going Back To The Blues.
    Steeped in the tradition of Leslie West – Mountain, The Jeff Beck Group and early Led Zeppelin,
    Blues  Karloff  throw  down  some  of  the  hardest-edged  Rock  and  Blues  grooves  on  the  planet. 
    On “Ready For Judgement Day” Blues Karloff serve up a powerful blast of  hard rocking Blues; each track road tested and fine-tuned in neighborhood bars, barbecues and clubs.
     
    The album features songs by Robert Johnson, Jimmy Reed, John Lee Hooker, Albert King, Howlin’ Wolf, and Muddy Waters; vintage Blues gems revisited, like the British Blues-Rock greats such the Rolling Stones, Savoy Brown, Free, and Eric Clapton with the Yardbirds did back in the sixties and seventies.
    Blues Karloff is all about these musical influences; Black and White, British and American, that shaped the musical tastes of the individual band members in their youth.
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