Folklore and superstition

Folklore and superstition

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On their second album "Folklore & Superstition", Black Stone Cherry tied in with their brilliant debut. Those who like mixture of Southern and Hardrock hits cannot ignore this young band from Kentucky!
Item no. 436330
Gender Unisex
Musical Genre Hard Rock
Exclusive No
Media - Format 1-3 CD
Product topic Bands
Band Black Stone Cherry
Product type CD
Release date 8/29/08

CD 1

  • 1.
    Blind Man
  • 2.
    Please Come In (Album Version)
  • 3.
    Reverend Wrinkle (Album Version)
  • 4.
    Soul creek (Album Version)
  • 5.
    Things My Father Said (Album Version)
  • 6.
    The Bitter End (Album Version)
  • 7.
    Long Sleeves (Album Version)
  • 8.
    Peace Is Free (Album Version)
  • 9.
    Devil's Queen (Album Version)
  • 10.
    The Key (Album Version)
  • 11.
    You (Album Version)
  • 12.
    Sunrise (Album Version)
  • 13.
    Ghost of Floyd Collins (Album Version)

by Markus Eck (14.07.2008) Edmonton, Kentucky - the hometown of Chris Robertson (vocals & guitar), Ben Wells (guitar), Jon Lawhon (bass) and John Fred Young (drums). These four boys have a) a penchant for the local distilleries, and b) an immense musical talent. Which the four-piece uses very aptly on their second album "Folklore and superstition" meaty, hefty hard Rock leaning heavily towards Southern Rock and moving Blues tunes. The four have definitely imbibed the spirit of good ol’ Led Zeppelin and Lynyrd Skynyrd with their mother’s milk already. And Robertson’s voice is a godsend - this totally intuitive artist brings their compositions to real life, with a captivating roughness and timeless charm. Black Stone Cherry are a class act - they can even pull off fragile, beautiful ballads as if they had never done anything else before.