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Back Slam Door - Live From Bonnaroo

Bitrate: 320K/s
Year: 2009
Time: 59:31
Size: 136,7 MB
Label: Blix Street Records
Styles: Blues Rock
Art: Front 

Tracks Listing:
 1. Outside Woman Blues -  4:08
 2. Heavy On My Mind -  5:32
 3. Gotta Leave -  7:13
 4. Riding With The King -  5:31
 5. Almost Cut My Hair -  7:06
 6. Come Home -  4:32
 7. Back Door Slam -  4:01
 8. It'll All Come Around -  5:43
 9. Red House - 11:41
10. Been Down So Long -  4:01

Kind of a rare thing for an indie label to quickly release a live set so soon after a band's debut album -- and with five of the same tracks -- but Blix Street is simply celebrating the intensity and blues-rock joy that Davy Knowles and Back Door Slam stirred up live over the course of 300-plus performances during 2007-2008 in support of that album. Captured live at the June 2008 festival in Manchester, TN, it's also a noteworthy chronicle because Knowles, between recording Roll Away and his 2009 Peter Frampton-produced album Coming Up for Air, parted company with longtime bandmates Adam Jones and Ross Doyle -- thus Live from Bonnaroo is a testament to the electric interaction between the three, in addition to being a truly slamming show. Complementing Roll Away gems like "Come Home," "Heavy on My Mind," and "Gotta Leave" are infectious, explosive, free-for-all covers of John Hiatt's soaring and seductive "Riding with the King," Jimi Hendrix's searing, slow-simmering "Redhouse," and, yes, "Back Door Slam," Robert Cray's torchy blues groove jam that was the inspiration for the band's name. Raw, electric and brilliant all around.

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