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Folklore & Superstition
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Album: Folklore & Superstition
# Song Title   Time
1)    Blind Man More Info...
2)    Please Come In More Info...
3)    Reverend Wrinkle More Info...
4)    Soulcreek More Info...
5)    Things My Father Said More Info...
6)    The Bitter End More Info...
7)    Long Sleeves More Info...
8)    Peace Is Free More Info...
9)    Devil's Queen More Info...
10)    The Key More Info...
11)    You More Info...
12)    Sunrise More Info...
13)    Ghost Of Floyd Collins More Info...
 

Album: Folklore & Superstition
# Song Title   Time
1)    Blind Man More Info...
2)    Please Come In More Info...
3)    Reverend Wrinkle More Info...
4)    Soulcreek More Info...
5)    Things My Father Said More Info...
6)    The Bitter End More Info...
7)    Long Sleeves More Info...
8)    Peace Is Free More Info...
9)    Devil's Queen More Info...
10)    The Key More Info...
11)    You More Info...
12)    Sunrise More Info...
13)    Ghost Of Floyd Collins More Info...
 
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Performer Notes
  • Black Stone Cherry: Chris Robertson (vocals, guitar); Ben Wells (guitars, background vocals); Jon Lawhon (bass guitar, background vocals); John Fred Young (drums, percussion, background vocals).
  • Audio Mixer: Rob Marlette.
  • Kentucky rockers Black Stone Cherry are not afraid of their country roots. While Daniels-soaked rock-&-roll is nothing new, it's the rare band that finds new (back dirt) roads to take it down. FOLKLORE AND SUPERSTITION is the work of a band bursting with enthusiasm about having discovered the way to make the traditional music their own. A healthy helping of metal muscle and sinewy, snakebit guitar solos push songs like album-opener "Blind Man" and the Dixie-fried blues-rocker "Soulcreek" into the swamps.
Professional Reviews
Billboard (p.41) - "[T]he band holds its own with the Zeppelin-esque 'Please Come In,' the lickety-split drums of 'The Bitter End' and the deep grime of 'Long Sleeves.'"

Kerrang (Magazine) (p.50) - "'Reverend Wrinkle' and 'Long Sleeves' ride a classic Led Zeppelin dynamism as filtered through Audioslave's more muscular modern take."
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