Few bands are so revered by their contemporaries as the SOLEDAD BROTHERS, who formed in 1995 and hail from the same Detroit scene that spawned the likes of the White Stripes, Brendan Benson, and the Greenhornes.
"At their best, Soledad Brothers recall the Rolling Stones when Mick and Keith were fresh-faced bluesheads in the mid-Sixties: The prolific Detroit foursome kicks out solid, harmonica-laced blues riffs without sounding derivative or cheesily nostalgic. Meet the Motor City's newest hitmakers." - Rolling Stone.
"Originally a Detroit neo-blues twosome that was inevitably compared with the White Stripes, the Soledad Brothers have expanded significantly, and not just in personnel. The band's new album, "The Hardest Walk," features four players -- only three officially Soledad sibs -- and a style that employs the blues as a foundation rather than as a straitjacket.The album opens with a brace of bluesy rockers, "Truth or Consequences" and "Downtown Paranoia Blues," but these days that's not all the Brothers can do." - The Washington Post.
"The Soledads grapple with self-consciousness, and overcome it whenever they slip music past their own heads and into their bones." - The Onion
|1||Truth Or Consequences|
|2||Downtown Paranoia Blues|
|3||Crying Out Loud (Tears Of Joy)|
|5||Sweet And Easy|
|9||Let Me Down|
|10||Mean Ol' Toledo|
|12||True To Zou Zou|