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Smoke Stack Jacks rough and ready

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There is a new blues duo called Smoke Stack Jacks tearing up the Lethbridge scene.
Guitarist/singer David Bullied and drummer Geoff McDonald have just released a new home recorded six song EP of original music featuring sick slide guitar playing and vocals which sound like they’re being sung through a megaphone on the first track, also called Smoke Stack Jacks.
 They’re rough, ready and out to have some fun. The recording is a little rough as vocals are sometimes lost in the mix and seem distorted on  the third track,“Light It Up”, but it captures the essence of the band’s performance.
Turn It Around is the tightest track on the CD but Smoke Stack Jacks has potential. Stack Shack Blues is another song which will improve with time.


CD: Smoke Stack Jacks
Band: Smoke Stack Jacks
Genre: blues/ blues rock
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