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Bruises

The Solomon Cole Band

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1
Ring Your Bell
The Solomon Cole Band
4:55
2
Shiver
The Solomon Cole Band
5:25
3
Crooked Ways
The Solomon Cole Band
4:29
4
Bruises
The Solomon Cole Band
5:43
5
Doors of Perception
The Solomon Cole Band
4:05
6
Lazy Boy
The Solomon Cole Band
4:43
7
Little Sister
The Solomon Cole Band
4:01
8
Fighting Fires
The Solomon Cole Band
4:47
9
Sweet Ruby
The Solomon Cole Band
3:58
10
Alimony
The Solomon Cole Band
6:55
Total Playing Time    49:01
The Solomon Cole Band is a combination of Waiheke Island musicians who gathered in a garage in Little Oneroa in November 2013 to create a loose, wild, electric blues-based set of songs. The hot quartet is comprised of bassist and veteran UK songwriter Lee Catlin, Waiheke Island drummer Dione Denize and vocalist Miss Sophia, all of whom stand alongside Cole's wailing blues-soul vocal delivery and guitar. The band describes this debut album as "retro, modern and sexy," capturing the live and vintage sound of the group while giving it a 2016 sonic makeover.
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