New Album Released

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"In a music landscape packed with bands all to often working the classics, its great to hear a band delivering strong original material. Given that decades ago, we all expected to be finished with music and have proper jobs, how good it is to revisit the original values of playing with freedom, minimal production and maximum impact."

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New Album Released - Buy CD and get free download

Eclectic Blues

Sloe Train

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Essential Contemporary Blues Rock. 12 original songs from Sloe Train. The album covers a wide range of musical styles including rock, ballads, boogie & more but always staying close to our Blues roots.

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Current Live Set

Slow Train - Joe Bonamassa

So It's Like That - Joe Bonamassa

Sloe Gin - Joe Bonamassa/Tim Curry

So Many Roads - Joe Bonamassa/Otis Rush

Further on up the Road - Eric Clapton/Joe Bonamassa

All Your Love - John Mayall

Another Kind of Love - John Mayall/Joe Bonamassa

Too Tired - Albert King

Tore Down - Freddie King

Killin' Floor- Howlin ' Wolf

Nobody Knows You When You're Down & Out - Jimmy Cox/Eric Clapton

Walkin' by Myself - Gary Moore

Move it on Over - Jimmy Rogers/George Thorogood

Midnight Blues - Gary Moore/Joe Bonamassa

Lookin Back - Johhny "Guitar" Watson

Got My Mojo Workin' - Muddy Waters

Pretty Woman - Albert King

Stormy Monday - T-Bone Walker

Let the Good Times Roll - BB King

Key to the Highway - BB King

Hoochie Coochie Man - Muddy Waters

Black Magic Woman - Fleetwood Mac

Need Your Love So Bad - Fleetwood Mac

Stop Messin' Around - Fleetwood Mac

If Ya Be My Baby - Gary Moore

Goin' Down - Freddie King

Down to the Doctors - Dr Feelgood

Call Me The Breeze - JJ Cale

Sweet Home Chicago - Buddy Guy

 

+ a selection of Sloe Train Originals, including:

Misty Autumn Rain

Up & Down & Round

Waitin' For Chris

Big Black Cloud

Family Man

Could've Been the One

Feel Like Goin' Home

Gone too Soon

Some Days

Something to Say

Nobody's Business

Here to Stay