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John Evans aka MK Ultra / Press

“John has proven that he can deliver both more traditional sounding tracks and more experimental electronic tracks. It is this contrast that makes Still Got The Blues a really interesting listen. “Coming Home” is one of Still Got The Blues' standout tracks. A driving rhythm, some excellent percussion work (courtesy of Jan Back) and a catchy melody make it one of the most memorable tracks.The tail end of the album is where things get shaken up, and the direction changes - “Tranquility” is perhaps the most interesting offer on the album, combining the organic instrumentation with electronic sampling. It shows Evans' creative side in a different light. Joining Evans on Still Got The Blues are numerous friends and musicians, including fellow Redhill members Alan and Linda Thompson. Lindas vocals can be heard throughout Still Got The Blues and her harmonies add a sweetness and different shade to Evans, particularly on “Blue,” “Still Got The Blues For You” and “Fisherman's ”

“Excellent acoustic rock CD. Pick up a copy today! On "Life on a Hawaiian Beach", MK Ultra and John Evans really show that they can create songs for chilling out. The acoustic guitars and cool lyrics put you in a mood to just hang out, go on a long drive, or sit on the beach with your headphones. The guitar work and songwriting on the CD are especially impressive. On the track "Gypsy Road", an awesome sounding electric guitar resembles the cries of a whale. We love the acoustic guitar licks on "Magictown." If you enjoy Steven Stills you will love MK Ultra. Make sure to get your copy today.”