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Thursday, April 27, 2017

Locomotive - Locomotive (1969 us, good hard bluesy rock, 2013 reissue)



Guitarist John Ussery wrote almost all the songs, and he is a functional blues player with an appropriately slightly scratchy voice. But the band has an almost ceaseless approach to blues/rock, with a bit of contemporary roots-rock thrown in for good measure.


Tracks
1. Big City Car - 2:39
2. Get On Away - 3:16
3. Barbara Jean - 3:24
4. All Come Free - 4:35
5. Catch You Later - 4:29
6. Thinking Of You - 4:44
7. Roberta - 3:33
8. Wah Wah - 2:34
9. Don't Cut Your Hair (Johnson, John Ussery) - 3:57
10.Move On Up - 3:55
All songs by John Ussery except where noted

The Locomotive
*Pat Clausing - Keyboards
*Russ Kammerer - Drums
*Skip Morehouse - Keyboards
*Bill Stroum - Bass
*John Ussery - Guitar, Vocals

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