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Chris "freight train" Floyd / Press

“Christopher has a unique sound. The first song "There You Are" is actually still the most from Robbie Robertson (The Band) composition. This I give to higher regions in which this man with a first workpiece already able to travel. The five-string banjo is ubiquitous, and so distorted the telecaster. A rare combination that works wonderfully here. Listen to "Eighteen Wheels and a Padded Room" and you're with me. If I may highlight some songs, I prefer to "Long Distance Love" do a compo Lowell George, and two versions of "Fools Argument". But the catchy bluegrass song "Women, Music and Trucks" is eligible. In fact it is not fair to single out here and get the ereschavotje to post because they are all ten very strong. Some names that rise to me when listening to this record were Jimmy LaFave, John Mellencamp, Steve Forbert and Fred Eaglesmith. I would like Delbert McClinton "Pretty Woman" like to sing, the pieces would fly off.”

“.... if your an Allman Bro's fan you will love Freight Train Deluxe only instead of the guitar taking the show the harmonica does on this album and its top class playing too, track three "Pretty Women" has some powerful playing on it with a real southern blues feel the guitars are lazy and sit back with the beat and the vocals have that gospel charisma about them, Chris does some lovely harmonica solo work on here too. Track four "Fools Argument" this has got some pure country blues feel with solid bluegrass roots coming from Tony Wray on Banjo and Wayne Benson on Mandolin, excellent tune.Track six "I know you rider" is you typical twelve bar blues with a twist, the charm of a funky bass line and a sexy guitar riff does it for me excellent stuff! you can hear some Chicago Blues creeping into the mix but the Harmonica keeps the southern feel to the song. Overall Freight Train Deluxe have g”