Hook, Line & Sinker, Roomful of Blues' fourth release for Alligator Records is a foot-stomping CD highlighting the intense vocal and instrumental power of the band. Hook, Line & Sinker features twelve carefully chosen songs from Little Richard, Dave Bartholomew, Amos Milburn, Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown, Floyd Dixon and others. Produced by guitarist Chris Vachon, the CD is a ferocious and enthusiastic blast of rocking guitars, punching horns and huge, room-filling vocals. The results are a non-stop hip-shaking party. It's clear why People magazine said Roomful's music "can turn a dull evening at home into a heel-clicking night of fun."
Hook, Line & Sinker, Roomful of Blues' fourth release for Alligator Records is a foot-stomping CD highlighting the intense vocal and instrumental power of the band. Hook, Line & Sinker features twelve carefully chosen songs from Little Richard, Dave Bartholomew, Amos Milburn, Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown, Floyd Dixon and others. Produced by guitarist Chris Vachon, the CD is a ferocious and enthusiastic blast of rocking guitars, punching horns and huge, room-filling vocals. The results are a non-stop hip-shaking party. It's clear why People magazine said Roomful's music "can turn a dull evening at home into a heel-clicking night of fun."
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Format: CD
Label: ALL
Catalog: 514941
Rel. Date: 01/18/2011
UPC: 014551494126

Hook, Line and Sinker
Artist: Roomful Of Blues
Format: CD
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Hook, Line & Sinker, Roomful of Blues' fourth release for Alligator Records is a foot-stomping CD highlighting the intense vocal and instrumental power of the band. Hook, Line & Sinker features twelve carefully chosen songs from Little Richard, Dave Bartholomew, Amos Milburn, Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown, Floyd Dixon and others. Produced by guitarist Chris Vachon, the CD is a ferocious and enthusiastic blast of rocking guitars, punching horns and huge, room-filling vocals. The results are a non-stop hip-shaking party. It's clear why People magazine said Roomful's music "can turn a dull evening at home into a heel-clicking night of fun."