Artist : Supersonic Blues Machine

Album : Californisoul

Release Date : 20-10-2017

Added : 25-12-2017

The American trio of 'Supersonic Blues Machine' come back with a second album where they again appealed to blues/rock scene artists (and not least) they had already invited on their first opus. With 'Californisoul', for those looking for something new, it missed, because we are (not possible to be more) in the great tradition of blues/rock of the 70s with its basic structure that makes you feel good and warms you by these times a little cold. 'I Am Done Missing You' sets the tone with a reggae background and then we navigate between an energetic 'Somebody Fool's' where your feet play the metronomes, a refreshing 'L.O.V.E.' with its happy choruses, the very' ZZ Top' 'Broken Heart' and its effective rhythm, the jerk 'The One' close to 'Santana' and a 'Hard Times' where 'Steve Lukather' makes you climb to the ceiling with his guitar (same with Walter Trout’ in ‘What’s Wrong’) or 'Cry' which transports you with its poignant feeling, and we could quote all titles because it’s impossible to find one below the others. In short, if you are a fan of authentic blues/rock of the 70s, this 'Californisoul' can only fill you with joy and beyond, is a very accessible album to enjoy without moderation...

Line Up / Musicians

Kenny Aronoff (Drums), Fabrizio Grossi (Bass), Lance Lopez (Guitar, Vocal) + Guests : Billy F. Gibbons, Steve Lukather, Eric Gales, Robben Ford, Walter Trout