Buffalo Killers Let Their Psychedelic Blues Ride On Their New CD
Drawing comparisons in sound to Blue Cheer, Cream, Neil Young & Crazy Horse, Mountain and the Allman Brothers Band, the trio released their self-titled debut to critical raves praising them and their music as "the real raw deal" (Amplifier), "well played sludgy blues-rock" (Variety) and "deftly captures the sweaty, grimy feel of the era's best-loved soul-and blues-influenced rock" (Hartford Courant). Simply said, this is as authentic as they come.
The initial pressing of the "Let it Ride" vinyl version, limited to 500 copies, will include a bonus "bootleg" live concert LP recorded in Los Angeles at the Orpheum Theatre during the Black Crowes tour by Mikey Jones, a fan that literally just taped the concert and sent the band a copy. The six-track set features a mix of songs from both their S/T debut album and "Let it Ride." Additionally, the Buffalo Killers have posted an outtake from that concert recording, their signature cover of Neil Young's "Homegrown," on their - MySpace page.
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