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Railroad Station Blues
  • Artist: Bill Lyerly
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 642705006927
  • Item #: VME500692
  • Genre: Blues
  • Release Date: 5/3/2005
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Railroad Station Blues on CD

'Blues-rock with a 10-ton guitar crunch' Blues Revue 'Enjoyable blues inflected, Southern-flavored rock and roll' Living Blues 'The most enjoyable CD we have received all year' Indianna Mojo Magazine 'It couldn't be done any better than it is, it deserves a full-blown publication's worth of praise' Singer and guitar player Bill Lyerly has been an unexpected discovery. Both CDs have not a single bad track on them and Bill shows himself as a complete versatile tasteful musician. He is a powerful performer with a mastery musical vision, not only as singer and guitar player but also as songwriter and producer. There are no tricks on these two CDs, because they are two real blues records with some southern rock, American roots and rock and roll influences. Bill is a veteran of music business and his wide musical experience has led him to work with such prestigious musicians like Gregg Allman, Eric Burdon, Hank Ballard, Nappy Brown, Bo Diddley, Rick Nelson, Leon Russell, Levon Helm, John Lee Hooker, The Fabulous Thunderbirds and Roomful of Blues among many others during his wide musical career and many years 'on the road'. If you like big caliber blues of the highest quality based on a serious solid lasting basis, Bill Lyerly will certainly become one of your favourites. GREAT. La Hora Del Blues- Barcelona Music Reviews Quarterly 'Resonant, in a way I haven't heard a blues album in a while' Aiding and Abetting.