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SOUTHERN GENTLEMEN ‘Double Your Pleasure’ (Leviathan Records 20032-2) (2003)

The second album by the blues rock trio who features guitar wizard David T Chastain on vocals and guitars, Kevin Kekes on bass and Mike Haid on drums. Plenty of sleazy blues here including ‘Down On My Knees’ and ‘Love Affair Gone Bad’ - early era Whitesnake fans will identify readily with these two tunes. There is also plenty of jamming on here with the rhythm section adding a pounding backing to the whole album. ‘Racing Back To Mississippi’ speeds along on a crisp riff and gives early ZZ Top a run for their money!

If riff heavy blues rock is your thing, like prime time ZZ Top, Hendrix, Walter Trout et al you will really enjoy this album. David T Chastain certainly knows how to play the guitar, pulling off some great solos throughout the CD - check out ‘Racing Back To Mississippi’. But he keeps it blues based as opposed to the OTT soloing you get on some albums.



Review by Jason Ritchie

***** Out of this world | **** Pretty damn fine |
*** OK, approach with caution unless you are a fan |
** Instant bargain bin fodder | * Ugly. Just ugly

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