MP3 Deja Blues - Killin' the Grass!
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Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: They remake some of the great classic tunes by mixing their own blend of style, talent, and blues; and suddenly everything old is new again.
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KILLIN' THE GRASS was recorded September 1, 2003 in Sparks, NV at the "Best in the West Nugget Rib Cook-Off" attended by 300,000 happy rib-eaters and grass-killers!
Deja Blues is not your typical Blues Band. They remake some of the great classic tunes that go back as far as the 1960s. Songs people recognize, remember and love; hence use of the word "deja". Deja Blues possesses a unique ability to mix music from different genres and timeframes into expressions that are both contemporary and timeless simply by adding their own blend of style, talent, and blues chords. Suddenly everything old is new again.
Deja Blues owes their success to the one-two punch of Wanda Cobb and Gordon Bulcock. Wanda Cobb, lead singer for Deja Blues is a major presence on stage; audiences love it when this "Lady Sings the Blues". Once Wanda's voice is heard there's little doubt that her career will take her into the recording studio and the ranks of world-renowned Blues singers. Yes, she's that good and that special. A talent such as hers can't be contained.
Wanda's slicing solos mesh easily with the skilled licks of Bulcock's guitar. Gordon Bulcock on guitar is a truly gifted lead performer. Rather than simply replicating the Blues riffs he's heard on records, Bulcock incorporates the emotion of the original performances into his own style of playing, thus expanding the vocabulary of Blues guitar. He tirelessly creates his own unique fusion of passionate, guitar-powered music, creatively blending potent rock 'n roll with Blues-driven elements. He has an uncanny ability to find the happy medium between what people like to hear and the artist likes to play. Bulcock's sublime accompaniment and solos are the perfect counterpoint to Wanda's vocals.
The group is still something of a secret in mainstream terms, but that is changing fast, based on their award winning performances and legions of fans.