Boomerang is the third offering from Eric Sardinas & Big Motor. It marks the trio's recording debut with drummer Bryan Keeling, a session and touring ace who spent six years with Shooter Jennings & the 357's. Founding bassist Levell Price is back of course, and the band enlists a small and select list of guests on various tracks. Inside the recording's cover sleeve are the words "... dedicated to my friend Johnny Winter. Thank you for the memories.." Winter's influence on Sardinas' playing is incalculable and acknowledged. But on Boomerang, recorded after Winter's death, the music is a direct reflection of his unruly good-time spirit. Check the title track where Sardinas' phrasing combines both early Texas and Delta blues in the intro in the same fashion Winter did. Both acoustic and electrified resonators are placed on stun, wrangling over Price's fuzzed-out choogling bass boogie. Personnel: Eric Sardinas (vocals, steel guitar, resonator guitar, dobro, background vocals); The Hilo Bay Honorary Brigade (kazoo); Bryan Keeling (drums, background vocals); Levell Price, Matt Gruber (background vocals). Eric is from Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.
Run Devil Run
Tell Me You’re Mine
Bad Boy Blues
If You Don’t Love Me
How Many More Years
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