Bongo Boy Magazine Issue 107 - Page 40

Track 7 - Belle Of The Ball - The Chillers - I like the opening guitar and the way the band comes in one at a time . Then the drummer comes in and BOOM this turns into a very rocking song indeed . He adds the groove and some really nice fills that seem to make everyone in the group perk up a bit . I like the lyrics a lot and the singers voice works well with this song . This is a very good song , by a bunch of guys who seem to be having a lot of fun !
Track 8 - Carte Blanche - Spyder Darling - This is COOL ! I like the LOUD yet simple chord Progression while the guitar throws in very short leads here and there . Is this song difficult ? No , but so what ? The singer has ATTITUDE and the band is making a ton of NOISE ! The solo is really cool as suddenly they go into a surf groove before the singer goes back to calling some girl is angry with a Cockroach . Ewww , dude , tell us how you really feel ? Overall , this is an ex-cellent song !
Track 9 - Darlin - Franki Dennull - What is this ?? I hear some wicked blues harp opening up this track . The exchange between the singers is fantastic as the band grinds out some old school blues . I am very impressed ! This song has a tremendous amount of soul . I dig this so much that this song is going on my personal play list for the car ( I drive a lot !) At the 2:07 mark some-thing unexpected happens . The guitar opens up with a massive jam and the band goes from mellow Chicago blues to a blues based Rock and Roll band ! Their ax man can make it SCREAM . Then the harp is back and the band ends with a very mellow groove . This could be the best track on the album .
Track 10 - Butterscotch - Vic Cappetta - Oh yeah ! I dig a good horn section ! This song is really cool because the guitar and horn are trading licks while the drummer lays down a killer beat ! This is exactly why I always thought there should have been an electric guitar in Jazz Band in high school . I mean , that horn wails , but when the electric guitar answers back I can ’ t help smiling that big goofy grin I get when I really dig what I am hearing . Wicked tune , absolutely wicked !
Track 7 - Belle Of The Ball - The Chillers - I like the opening guitar and the way the band comes in one at a time. Then the drummer comes in and BOOM this turns into a very rocking song indeed. He adds the groove and some really nice fills that seem to make everyone in the group perk up a bit. I like the lyrics a lot and the singers voice works well with this song. This is a very good song, by a bunch of guys who seem to be having a lot of fun! Track 8 - Carte Blanche - Spyder Darling - This is COOL! I like the LOUD yet simple chord Progression while the guitar throws in very short leads here and there. Is this song difficult? No, but so what? The singer has ATTITUDE and the band is making a ton of NOISE! The solo is really cool as suddenly they go into a surf groove before the singer goes back to calling some girl is angry with a Cockroach. Ewww, dude, tell us how you really feel? Overall, this is an ex-cellent song! Track 9 - Darlin - Franki Dennull - What is this?? I hear some wicked blues harp opening up this track. The exchange between the singers is fantastic as the band grinds out some old school blues. I am very impressed! This song has a tremendous amount of soul. I dig this so much that this song is going on my personal play list for the car (I drive a lot!) At the 2:07 mark some-thing unexpected happens. The guitar opens up with a massive jam and the band goes from mellow Chicago blues to a blues based Rock and Roll band! Their ax man can make it SCREAM. Then the harp is back and the band ends with a very mellow groove. This could be the best track on the album. Track 10 - Butterscotch - Vic Cappetta - Oh yeah! I dig a good horn section! This song is really cool because the guitar and horn are trading licks while the drummer lays down a killer beat! This is exactly why I always thought there should have been an electric guitar in Jazz Band in high scho BYX[]ܛZ[][H[XXZ]\[\˜XH[&][Z[[]YٞHܚ[H][BX[HY]H[HX\[ˈXY[KX][HXY