Black Cat Moan - Black Cat Moan (CD, Album)

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  1. Aug 16,  · Black Cat Moan is definitely the stand out and shows what the album could have been, alas it was not to be. Final Score: ⁄10 ( votes cast, with a total score of ) Join the Album Of The Week Club on Facebook to join in. The history of rock, one album at a time.
  2. BLaCK CaT MOAN has coined the phrase "New Vintage Blues" to describe their music -- a modern blues sound that looks to the source of early recorded blues, like Robert Johnson, for inspiration. "BLaCK CaT MOAN pays homage to the era of blues that birthed its honored child, jazz, and its bastard son, rock and roll," says one Pennsylvania music.
  3. 7" Single on 45cat: Beck, Bogert, Appice - Black Cat Moan / Livin' Alone - Epic - UK - S EPC
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  5. Got the black cat moan Got the black cat moan Laying by the side of the road With the disels flying by Looks like my head is gonna roll Don't know the reasons why Got the black cat moan Got the black cat moan Got the black cat moan cause I wanna go home Got the black cat moan Going back to Memphis To find my sugar rey Going back to Memphis.
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  7. BLACK CAT MOAN have been playing Folk, Jazz & Blues Festivals since In they opened for American Blues/ Soul singer, Billy Price, and in the Summer of they went into the studio to record their album, “the SAINT, the MUNK & the MOAN," which has .
  8. The opener, "Black Cat Moan," is a heavy blues rocker of the kind you used to hear a lot in the early 70s. The rather forgettable "Lady" follows, and then a slow ballad "Oh to Love You." The album really kicks in with a scorching version of "Superstition," which has Beck crunchifying the /5().

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