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The 30 best British Blues Rock albums ever
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For reading convenience, please open the reader comments section in a parallel browser window. It will eventually be merged with a new introduction overviewing the man's entire career. A simple, enjoyable blues-rock album: not quite up to Led Zeppelin, but a bit more 'arousing' than the Cream stuff.
Less talented, though.
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All right now, let's deal with the records themselves. This is their debut album, and it hardly made any definite impact anywhere, which is sad, since it's arguably their best record - maybe On The Boards is more creative, but it certainly lacks the kick-butt energy that Rory delivers in spades on this album. About half of it is traditional blues covers, and the other half is penned by Gallagher himself. And all of it is highly entertaining and delivered with enough ferocity to make you go wow! Because Rory doesn't go treading the blues with reverence - he plays it as dirty, loud and sometimes fast as possible: if there is such a thing as blues-punk, this is it.
The only serious misstep, in fact, is a dull, plodding, metallic version of 'Catfish' that bleeds for a painful eight minutes - a slow, annoying bore that desperately needs some unusual atmospherics to it but gets none. Not that it's Rory's or the band's fault, the song's traditional rhythm is dull by its nature a similar, and also boring version, can be found on Hendrix's Blues ; no matter how much feedback you pull out or how loud and proud you scream out the lyrics, it's still not convincing.
Well, seems that even such a diehard bluesy band as Taste couldn't really stop at playing generic blues. Damn these British - that's the trouble with them, they never know where to stop!
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This, the second and last Taste studio album, shows the band moving in several new directions at once. They still pay tribute to the blues, you see, and overall this album is still more 'blues' than 'rock' or anything else, but no longer a 'pure blues' album. On here, Rory adds significant elements of folk, jazz and even psychedelia into the sound and, well, the lyrics, as well as diversifying the instrumentation - for instance, playing saxophone on some of the tracks.
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Even more amazing, the guy displays hints of a genuine songwriting talent: at least, his inventive take on the blues gotta qualify as one of the most inventive takes on the blues I've ever heard, although in the end Cream's inventive take on the blues is probably just a bit more inventive. But Cream are Cream - rock patriarchs if there ever was one, and Taste? Who knows em? Well I'm sure glad I do.
Taste have had three different live albums out a bizarre record for a band that's only had two studio albums and lasted for about a couple of years - sure they had a good live reputation, but hey, they ain't no Grateful Dead , and, perversely enough, the one I have is arguably the hardest to find. Therefore, I doubt if anybody will ever find a suitable use for this here review, but at least I'll boast a review that no other record review site will ever have! Tee hee hee! If you find another site that reviews Live Taste , feel free to E-mail me!