Jon Spencer Blues Explosion – ConsequenceofSound.net: Meat and Bone Review

“Like Howlin’ Wolf trying to teach Hendrix guitar on acid, the music is rooted in the classic blues and soul sounds of the ’50s, ’60s, and ’70s, but filtered through the band’s warped noise-rock prism.”

ConsequenceofSound.net have just posted a review of The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion album Meat and Bone.

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