The Southern River Band - Rumour and Innuendo

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A blow by blow account of the latest and great offering from The Southern River Band. Rolling …..

As the first track, “Chimmy”, commences you are sucked into a deadly rip that throws you about like a washing machine, shaken not stirred.

 

A riff cuts in with a fatal grind and you know there’s no escape from this magnificent musical journey.

Finally a chill runs up your neck like a killer walking over your grave, the guitar solo rips into your spine letting the blood flow.

 

LETHAL.

 

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The friendly, uplifting razor sharp riff of “Second Best” kicks off.

 

It’s such a feel good number one tune that sings “Love, Love and more Love”.

 

 

 

 

 

Do You Miss Me?” is a west coast good time laid back spliff of a song.

 

Echoing tones of hot nights, cool breezes and heart broken love.

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WA’s answer to “Rocky Mountain Way”, “When It All Falls Apart”, is built around lead purveyor of all things SRB, Callum Kramer’s (guitar and vocals) inspired guitar play.

 

A relentless blues based riff that has undertones of an AC/DC bad boy beat. Cutting deep this one leaves a musical scar. In a Live forum this will bring tears, bleeding noses and flowering roses. KILLER.

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Track five, “Where She Wants Me”, is a party boogie, stomp along, feeling good , getting you on the mood.

 

Get yer dancing shoes on.

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The spirit of Wishbone Ash rises again.

 

Like a fork shaped bone rising up from burnt offering’s of your treasured vinyl collection a cold chill runs up your backbone and the world is as one.

 

Make a wish to this number and you never know if may come true.

 

Playing to Winthe boogie blasts on

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Tinderalla” rips ‘n’ tears, frantic and jagged. Live sweat, melodic Motorhead meets The Doobie Brothers.

 

Another spring board for Callums dynamic fretboard action spirit 

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Closing track “Little Victories” is a slow blues number that winds you down is a cool cruising manner.

 

More cold chills as the SRB fever kicks in. Moral of the story: stick with the Love.

 

A groove that’s smooth, leaving you on fire.