Blues / Acid Jazz / Alternative Rock
come to the Bees Deluxe Foundation Room show at the House of Blues in Boston on
Thursday evening Feb 14th.
have free admission passes for anyone whop wants on posted on our website at: www.beesdeluxe.com
- simply print one out and bring it with you for free admission!
and please feel free to pass this message on to any friends
in the Boston area who like real live music!
Thanks for reading.
"Bees Deluxe have released another funky, bluesy, jazzy CDs. Trouble In Paradise
is another offering of fun stuff from this outfit. The Bees Deluxe’s usual
band leader, guitarist Conrad Warre, provides plenty of funky licks and cool phrasing.
Keyboardist Jon Gamble keeps the organ and piano percolating with swirling chords
and tasteful touches. Bassist Joe McEachern plays a smooth, solid low end. Drummer
Patrick Sanders lays down all sorts of clever beats and snappy smacks.
Opening number “That’s What I’m Living For” lurches forward
with a purposeful funk drive. Bass and drums knock it forward with swift, funky
persistence. Gamble presses out of his keys all sorts of organ swirls, smoky, rocking,
jumping on the groove with a confident stride. Warre’s guitar jumps in with
abundant riffing and mean phrasing. This number leaps forward like a rattlesnake
jumping out of its coil.
. . . . ." Bill Copeland, Bill Copeland Music News
"The main thrust of
the music on this album is its' creativity and adventurous spirit. The musicality
of Steely Dan comes to mind on the instrumental "Cell Phone" that features the coolest
jazz organ this side of Jimmy Smith. Not to mention some other-worldly guitar.
...what an incredible voyage it was. One to be taken over and over, each time revealing
some new nuance in this mind enriching musical gem. "Ladies and gentleman please
wait until the record has reached a complete stop before disembarking." Greg
"Bluesdog" Szalony, Blues Blast Magazine
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