Testimonials
I ordered three Chameleons CDs. Only one came in and I inquired. Within one week, the other two came in. Red Sun Records resolved problem quickly and did not engage in delays or unprofessional behaviour. This seller is the fastest International Seller I've dealt with where a problem was encountered and fixed. Definitely recommend this seller and I will buy from again.
Ray Dumo (USA)
 
 
Testimonials
I ordered three Chameleons CDs. Only one came in and I inquired. Within one week, the other two came in. Red Sun Records resolved problem quickly and did not engage in delays or unprofessional behaviour. This seller is the fastest International Seller I've dealt with where a problem was encountered and fixed. Definitely recommend this seller and I will buy from again.
Ray Dumo (USA)
 
Products By Alphabet

Terrell - Angry Southern Gentlemen

Terrell - Angry Southern Gentlemen
Model: CD
Beschikbaarheid: OP VOORRAAD
Prijs: € 9,50 (EUR)
Aantal:  
   - of toevoegen aan -   

CD: VPBCD 23
RELEASE DATE: 1995
LABEL: Pointblank

01. Let's Go for a Ride
02. Strawdogs (Before the Fall)
03. Dreamed I Was the Devil
04. New Hope
05. Angry Southern Gentleman
06. Piece of Time
07. Toystore
08. Redneck Gigolo
09. Broken Man
10. Blacktop Runaways
11. Long Train
12. Come Down to Me

Gritty, brash, soulful roots rock — that's one possible tag that would help define Terrell and his Pointblank/Virgin Records debut. His songs tell stories of God-fearing men in New Orleans, voodoo, Sunday shirts, liquor stores, redneck gigolos, whiskey, and lots of driving around, which everyone knows is the quintessential Southern activity, he seems to have a strong argument for his case. Terrell is a playful, creative songwriter, painting images and moods with phrases and melodies that work well together even when they are both battling for center stage. "Piece of Time" and "Toystore" showcase his humor and imagination, while "Broken Man," "Come Down to Me," and the title track bring out his more tender, thoughtful side, the latter being a poignant acoustic blues tale of leaving home without a return in sight or mind. Terrell also knows how to rock, as evidenced on "Newhope" and "Blacktop Runaways," but he never strays far from his blues roots whether loud or soft. That's the linchpin of the album, and he uses it well.

Beoordeel

Uw naam:


Uw beoordeling: Note: HTML-code wordt niet vertaald!

Oordeel: Slecht            Goed

Voer onderstaande code in:



{/if}