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Peach / Press

“This group’s full length debut, “Turbulence & Thunder”, is a thick, greasy slab of outstanding southern-fried blues rock that is delivered with incredible feeling and a real depth of playing. Rich, vibrant musicianship and emotive vocals are coupled with production that is as crisp as an autumn morning. This collection a dozen well-written and superbly arranged songs. Would appeal to fans of the Allman Bros. and The Dixie Dregs”

TOM LOUNGES - THE HAMMOND TIMES

“The CD presents the necessary ingredients - ballads, bluesy, country, rock'n'roll, the best of the stages of good rock and roll. I see one problem - how to get the CD? Why isn't it distributed in a big country like France. BANDS OF DIXIE actually has a solution for what has been forgotten here in music, Have them tour France!”

JOHN MOLET - BANDS OF DIXIE MAGAZINE

“Guitar harmonies occur far too infrequently these days. I like music (like progressive) that sounds like it took a lot of work to put together. Eat A Peach isn't one of the biggest or prog- est sounds going, but damn if they don't have those post-classic rock melodies that 38 Special and Kansas did so well. Rock mixed with the mountains, but no where Near country, get it?”

Ben Ohmart - Music Dish e-Journel

“the members of Eat A Peach are all sterling musicians who ride dual guitar trips with ease. The soloists are all imaginative and energetic and play like they mean it on the boogie blues and blues-rock that dominates this disc...”

KEVIN TOELLE - ILLINOIS ENTERTAINER

“Eat A Peach has tapped into their strength - creating heart-felt music. “Turbulence & Thunder,” a blues-drenched album of original tunes that rocks with solid gospel, blues and even swamp pop rhythms.”

TERRY LONCARIC - THE STAR NEWSPAPER

“The band and it’s songwriters aren’t afraid to branch out a bit - playin’ in several styles of roots music. So they can’t be pigeonholed as just a tribute band of some kind. Nevertheless, for those who like the same music that these guys do,then you might want to check out one of thier CD's.”

JOHN STEWART - DAILY JOURNAL