Wednesday, June 29, 2016


INTO THE BLUE Adrian Galysh
(Independent Release)

A well-rounded exploration of every shade of the blues from L.A. based guitarist, Adrian Galysh can be experienced on his latest release, 'Into The Blue'.  A great album that displays his blues chops. Great foot-taping rhythms with complex soloing makes this album a must have. "Let Your Hammer Ring" opens the album with a hard driving rhythm that sets the stage for a memorable listening experience that awaits .The songs are so right, sound so good. The whole album is great front to back. My personal favorites include, "Barstool Monarchy", "Who Am I To Say" and "The War". Also included are covers of Junior Wells classic, "Messin' With The Kid," featuring guitarist Carl Verheyen (Supertramp) and Johnny Hiland's smoking guitar solo on Bobby Blue Bland's "Further On Up The Road." Adrian Galysh is not the only musician of incredible talent on this album. He is backed up by a group of talented musicians. Vocalist, Kacee Clanton who's worked with the likes of Joe Cocker, Beth Hart, and Janis Joplin's band, Big Brother and The Holding Company. The tight rhythm section that holds everything together are drummer Joey Heredia (Stevie Wonder) on drums and bassist Paul Loranger (Eric Sardinas).  There's a broad range of music on this album but if I were to put it in a nutshell, it's tight, crisp, not over-played, not over-produced. A new blues record that doesn't retread the same old, same old. If you love guitar, especially the blues, this is definitely a must have for your collection. Adrian Galysh's 'Into The Blue' is a great contribution the the world of the blues. Highly Recommended
Tony @ The Dedicated Rocker Society

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