Album: Moving On
Red Admiral Records (Kent UK)
The Rhythm of Blues are a bunch of fine musicians from UK, each with a great
history and endless energy and enthusiasm to create fine music.
Classic Rock Society Magazine CD Review July/Aug 05
Rhythm of Blues Moving On
Red Admiral Records
So, have you ever been to a Carl Verheyen Band gig? You have, then you have seen this band. Andy "Randy California" Young plays guitar and sings abit too, ably assisted up front by Mick Brett on bass and vocals. Essentially, as the band name suggests they play some blues, but it ain't that "dead dog in the gutter" stuff, this is polished blues/rock.
The sound is supplemented in fine style by some saxophone from Mike Parlett and when they get warmed up there is a Latin feel in there too, aka Santana. Rhythm of Blues is a fine band that deserves a wider audience, but such is the politics of
Pigeon-holing in music that attracting cold listeners is tough. If you're one of those cold types that might enjoy being warmed then check them out.
The Current unirt is called Blue Pulse
Each year, the
band tours in Europe, Uk and Ireland with some of the world's top musicians.
This enables all involved to revisit their friendships and indulge in a period of time where some stunning music is created. Classic Rock Magazine readers voted the Carl Verheyen Band/Rhythm of Blues show at The Classic Rock Society show in Rotherham, UK, best show of 2003, praise indeed.
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