Twangville Review

The latest album was recently reviewed by Twangville and they had great things to say:

“By dint of comparison, the debut album from Austin musician Cody Jasper opens with Black Cadillac, an old blues cotton-field style chant updated with some tasty steel and electric guitar accompaniment.  Instead of getting up and dancing, you sit mesmerized in your chair, swaying back and forth to the beat.  At that point though, the album picks you by the scruff of the neck and shakes you.  From here on, it’s southern blues and rock & roll in the style of the Vaughn brothers or maybe J.J. Grey.  There’s lots of guitar and some feedback and even a little vocal homage to Robert Plant in his youth.”

 

To ready the full article: http://twangville.com/18685/lost-nameless-cody-jaspar/

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