Today we released a new single on KuvVer Records.
KR 604 – ElectroBluesSociety feat Michel Peters – I Got My Mojo Workin
This time we took a classic blues song and invited Michel Peters for the vocals.
KuvVer Records is a Black and Tan sub label specially created to release refreshing cover versions of well known songs. The songs is released digital only and available on all download and streaming platforms.
Here is a short review from our new single that was published on the USA music blog:
We have featured ElectroBluesSociety just once before back in December 2016. I think it fair to say that the second feature has been worth the wait. ‘All The Way Down’ has the deep rich vocals of Jan Hidding where his natural blues singing is fabulous, the backing music is stripped back with a potent blues guitar and drums and just a small glimpse of electro sounds.
today Black and Tan Records released
B&T 969 – ElectroBluesSociety feat Jan Hidding – All The Way Down
this is the third and last track from the recording session that we did in December 2017 with Cuban Heels singer Jan Hidding. The single is released today and avaialble on all the major download and streaming platforms. Here are the links to itunes, spotify and deezer
Jasper made a video about his experience with different speakers – old and new – for the classic Ampeg 8×10” cabinet.
Jasper made a video about his approach to drumsound and the snare sound in particular. Bottom line: let’s not forget distant miking!
Today Black and Tan Records released our new single
B&T 968 – I Don’t Want – ElectroBluesSociety feat Jan Hidding
It’s the second track from a recording session that we did In December 2017with Cuban Heels singer Jan Hidding. This time a new and original song.
The track is released digital only and available on all the download and streaming platforms. Here are the links to a few popular ones:
ElectroBluesSociety feat Jan Hidding – Rosie (Black & Tan B&T 967
Jan Hidding is singer with the long-standing Europe an garage blues group The Cuban Heels, here teamed up with the Dutch Black & Tan’s label’s house band (Jasper Mortier on drums and bass and label boss Jan Mittendorp on guitars and effects) for a modern recording of “Rosie”, the prison song recorded by Alan Lomax. The results are nicely gritty, rootsy dance music; but don’t let that last phrase put you off, there’s definitely more than a trace of UK 60s R’n’B. Very interesting indeed…
B&T 967 – Rosie (feat Jan Hidding)
The first single form a recording sessison that we did In December 2017 with Cuban Heels singer Jan Hidding.
This one is a brand new version from one of the famous Lomax recordings. Track is released digital only on Black and Tan Records and available on all major download and streaming platforms.
Bluesman Roscoe Chenier recorded some fine material for Black & Tan Records, including this fine a cappella rendition of the old gospel standard, released in 2006.
On this new single download release, ElectroBluesSociety have added a modern, bass heavy musical accompaniment including slide guitar it is actually pretty sympathetic and effective. The track runs to five minutes long, and although purists may sneer, if it brings a new audience to the blues, it will have done its job. Norman Darwen
Here is a picture from our show in Zevenaar last Wednesday. It gives a good idea of the live set-up of our project.