donderdag 22 december 2011

Number 10


“No, I am not a Moroccan cat. This is my ode to the Sons Of The Desert. And I don’t mean the brilliant three(four)some responsible for the Number 10 album.”


Number 10



Who could have known that one faithful night in a liquor store could mean a resurgence this big of what once was known as the lost instrumental stoner legend. Since their reformation they have delivered an album a year although their first in 2009 was a live record. This time they were once again supposed to be accompanied by two singers just like on their 2010th one, which ended on number five last year. But what happened to the recordings done with John Garcia? Were they all to be used for his own project Garcia Vs Garcia; which keeps getting postponed? And ofcourse Daniel Davies did his part; after which they returned to their relentless tour schedule. But after time it once again became clear that the band should remain instrumental and Daniel left to pursue his own music, delivering a mighty EP called Hidden Faces. We are left with 8 tracks of driving rhythms, pounding drums and groovy guitar-work, which keep in vein with all their heavy tunes that came before… We’re now at 51…


Karma to Burn – V


3 opmerkingen:

  1. Aah yes, The Three Amigo's!

    TEQUILA!

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  2. I love Karma to Burn. Not their best by any means but a very solid record with a couple of songs that wouldn't look out of place on any of their previous stuff.
    Might nag Rich to get their groove back a little more, go a bit darker again :) As bass machine he can definitely set the groove up.

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  3. Had not expected these many votes for the guys. Thought it was a decent album. But it did not rock me as hard as earlier ones.

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