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The Bluesland Horn Band - Radio Waves (2016)

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The Bluesland Horn Band - Radio Waves (2016)

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1    Cold Heart (Feat. Kenny Blues Boss Wayne) (5:14)
2    Ragtime Willie (2:43)
3    The Warm Up (3:24)
4    Bad Business (3:33)
5    You Chose Me (3:41)
6    Trying To Get Back (4:19)
7    Roswell Child (3:46)
8    This Time (4:01)
9    Time Goes By (3:58)
10    Dynamite Road (5:30)


The Bluesland Horn Band plays music that is a natural blend of blues, soul/jazz, funk, country and gospel all stirred into a spicy blend of original roots music. The band has been playing festivals and clubs for the past many years and features experienced players who have graced stages in Canada, the U.S. and Europe. Check out these songs which come from the heart and are performed as only experienced roots players can. Enjoy! ---cdbaby.com


Calgary-based jazz and roll band the Bluesland Horn Band reminded an attentive audience just how much fun they had at last year’s Lethbridge Jazz Festival was by returning to the Slice, April 2 for a superb horn heavy show.

While there was riveting raspy, belted out vocals some hot harp playing and tasteful guitar playing, this show was all about the brass. They reminded me a lot of bands like Blood, Sweat and Tears and Downchild Blues band and indeed even played Downchild’s “I’ve Got Everything I Need (Almost).

They whole band was totally into their energetic and very tight set, which had people dancing in the aisles. They played jazz-influenced classics and a few tracks from the excellent new CD “Radio Waves” including one of my favourites, “Ragtime Willie,” which lead singer/harp player Marty Cochrane described as “a song about a place like this.”

The horn section switched between several different horns, but concentrated on saxophones. Fluid basslines locked in with the drums flowed throughout the set which got those toes tapping. ---Richard Amery, lethsuntimes.com

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