Sounds Like: Delbert McClinton, Little Feat, The Band, Jimmy Hall Fan Page, Howlin' Wolf
Label: Pour Soul Records
Manager: John McAneney
Bio: In these hard times in the land of plenty there are two options: abandon all that went before or follow your senses with a soul satisfying emotional response. Johnny Max has taken the latter road and is realizing his vision of a full blown Soul band. And it never felt so good!
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“Johnny Max Band – It’s A Long Road Pour Soul is a particularly appropriate label name for this release – as that is exactly what Johnny Max does on this hot new CD. Max is a purveyor of blue-eyed soul with deep blues and R&B roots – the sheer power and feeling of his vocals matched by a great band . Oh … and by the way … The set opens with “Daddy’s Little Girl”, a slab of horn-fuelled, soul infused R&B that showcases the power of Max’s vocals replete with bone-shaking piano and tremendous trombone from Gord Myers. “Too Many Fish” is a churning horn-fired R&B number with Max’s menacing vocals echoed by a pulsing guitar riff – whilst “I’m In Trouble” is “rollin’n’tumblin’” rhythm’n’soul blues replete with baying horns, lonesome trumpet and percolating organ. Add in the wistful, yet subtly funky, jazz inflected “It’s A Long Road” and the moody “Song Of New York” and you have a set that will appeal to soul and R&B lovers ali”