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The Joe Moss Band / Press

“Joe Moss Band CD Drivetime hit #30 in Jambands.com Radio Charts as reported by Relix Magazine!!!”

“Hardworking Chicago bandleader Joe Moss has come up with a monster Memphis groove, powered by three fine keyboardists, for his sophomore disc on West Dundee's 212 Records. The guitarist-vocalist, a graduate of Scotty & the Rib Tips and the brother of Chicago bluesman Nick Moss, makes a bold statement with these 11 originals and two covers (B.B. King's "Please Love Me" and Billy Myles' "Have You Ever Loved a Woman"). ......., Moss has developed a funky soul-blues sound that's perfectly suited both to his voice and his supporting personnel. "Monster Love" is the work of a skilled craftsman who already knows how to make a fine album, and likely has many more in his future. ***1/2 STARS Jeff Johnson,Chicago Sun Times”

Jeff Johnson - Chicago Sun Times

“JOE MOSS, "MONSTER LOVE" (212) "His tendency to shape shift on these thirteen tracks isn't just meaningless excersise :Moss' Impeccable playing is incredibly SOULFULL,and his ebullience shines right through the speakers, delivering an Insane ass-shakin' rave up."-------Andria Lisle, LIVING BLUES #172 March-June 2004 Four stars---Christophe Mourot, SOULBAG #174 March 2004 French Press ”

Andrea Lisle - Living blues
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