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Crash & Tumble
  • Artist: Dave Hoffheimer
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 837101045285
  • Item #: SRD104528
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 5/31/2005
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Crash & Tumble on CD

This album is rootsy rock & roll, and will keep the blues flowing through your veins and pumping out your soul. Wallow in the blues, unload the blues, light it up, rock it out, the Dave Hoffheimer Band takes you where you want to be. Smart lyrics, meaningful guitar riffs, all on a driving backbone beat with raspy vocals. The rolling stones meet the soul of Albert Collins. Crash & Tumble can be played over and over, again and again. This album is for you. Enjoy! CD album contains 11-SUPER cuts. Here is some of the BEST Rock music I've heard this year. It won't drive you away. Wonderful music, super lyrics you can follow and hear! Not covered up by noise like most you find today. Excellent is a guide to such cuts as 'It's coming Thirst', 'Has to be Full', 'Forever Mine'. At EHK we are happy to be promoting the album to Radio for more airplay. Already we are popping up on the charts with this CD. Dave has a super sound as a vocalist and does wonders with lead guitar! Testimony from a fan... Man, what a GREAT, GREAT CD! The best release of 2005 without a doubt! This week I received two other CD's along with yours, but yours, what can I say!?! Please stay in the bluesrock vein. These young cats get there foot in the door with the blues, and then stray from what got them there. I'm from the Woodstock era. Bluesrock is by far the best music. The bonus track with the STONES SFTD mixed in there... WOW! Just great! How your CD was not picked up by a major label is beyond me, but before I forget, your vocals remind me of a band from the late 70's called Bandit. The singer was Jim Diamond. Your a dead ringer. They put out three LP's, all good. Can't wait for your next CD! Man, if you have any live tapes laying around collecting dust, I would love to take a listen. Thanks, and keep on bluesrocking! Mike.