Can of Gas & a Match

December 11, 2012 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: December 11, 2012
  • Label: The Bush League
  • Copyright: 2012 The Bush League
  • Total Length: 53:49
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  • ASIN: B00AL1K436
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #188,753 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By To The Max"Bax" on January 18, 2013
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This 2012 release is excellent, great driving guitars with a Canned Heat feel to it at times. It feels like a swampy,delta blues meets back woods whisky still, get off my property or I'm gonna' whup ya kinda' style.

This Virginia based band is tight. "The band pays homage to those who have inspired them such as Robert Johnson, Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, R.L. Burnside, and Hound Dog Taylor, The Bush League imbues traditional blues with a modern flair."

The modern flair comes from the arrangements like on the song "'59 Chevy" which brings to mind the band Clutch Pure Rock Fury in both the vocals and guitar work.

The tune "Mexico" brings back memories of classic Savoy Brown Lions Share/Jack the Toad, stripped down raw blues.

A shot of the song "Penicillin" again has a boogie based Canned Heat feel to it. You just can't stop the toes from tappin'. Spot-on guitar, simple but to the point.

"Death of Robert" again reeks of the band Clutch, I love it !

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"The soul filled voice of co-founder JohnJason "Sleepy Eyed Jay" Cecil is both sin and salvation while the guitar licks of Shane "Chicago Slim" Parch paint a picture of Mississippi shotgun houses against a backdrop of the Windy City skyline. The Bush League's rhythm section is anchored by co-founder Royce "I Don't Need No Nickname" Folks on bass and Debbie Flood on drums."

Sleepy and Slim are right on. Keep the great music coming guys. I got to get me this one very soon.
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There are so many who come forth with a better idea or a another way of laying it down. But then came Bush League, with their gut deep, pulse racin sound that captures the rare essence of rock'n'blues. Bush League, by no means is no garage band who comes to the scene on hopes and prayers but rather through lyrical creativity and gifted musicianship. How this band keeps to the live club sound and appeal is further example to the talent of each of its members. Bush League has brought rock and blues back together in a way that steals the heart and possesses the soul. Check them out!
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By Joseph OSullivan on December 19, 2012
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I was very impressed with this group I highly recommend this group and am looking forward to there next album
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This is the modern mixed with the traditional blues that take you on a journey and electifies!! Amazing grooves!! Just want to play it over and over again!!
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This is NOT your father's Blues! Loud raucous guitars, slammin drums and bass, greasy organs, and the soulful, powerful voice of John Jason Cecil, make this a must-have for new blues fans!
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