29th November 2007 – Juke Joint Jupiter, Laundry Bar! This was Eddy’s blues-rocking gig.
Triple6Poser featuring the multi-talented Khai and his Danelectro.
Then, there’s Henry who plays for the fans.
And, of course, footstompin’ harp-blowin’ Eddy.
Yeah there’s a bassist and drummer hidden from pictures.
Good ol’ blues jam with Majesty. Yes the familiar dude is cousin to Rithan (of Deja Voodoo Spells).
Spot the bass slut!
I smelt an unorthodox Jimi Hendrix-like jam. A band to look out for!
They also did The Doors – Love Me Two Times. Fortunately, no naked Red Indian man made a cameo.
Then, there was Curtis Blues Review, who I finally saw after a long time with a new lineup. This picture shows Eddy making a guest vocalist appearance.
Plus, they finally have a second guitarist again. This was great because Russell could finally have his chunky rhythm chops and buttery leads. There was a slight Stevie Wonder tinge to his cover of Eric Clapton – Change The World. Then, there was a rockabilly The Police – Every Breath You Take. Awesome!
I shouted FREEEBIIIRDDD!
They played Lynyrd Skynyrd – Sweet Home Alabama. Close enough. “We just need three guitarists” is what every blues shreddin’ band says. Every blues band must have a 12-bar blues jam, and they did just that.
Deja Voodoo Spells! That’s the insane shredder Rithan.
He crooned Jimi Hendrix – Voodoo Chile Blues (not to be confused with Voodoo Child). He then sequed into the golden Stevie Ray Vaughn version of Jimi Hendrix – Little Wing (with his own insane double-tapping bits added in)!
Of course, much much later, the actual Voodoo Child intro made its way in between this awesome oriental song.
There was the staple Hendrix cover, Fire, as well.
Then there was this new punk song which sounded somewhere between The Cranberries and Nirvana, and Queen – Stone Cold Crazy.
Blues rock chicks are the best. No funky dressing, just straight up woman.
And that dear sir is the blues.