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Putting out a CD of mostly cover tunes can be a risky move, especially if the songs chosen fall into the category of iconic, rock masterpieces. No matter if the band is a well-known, established act or a newcomer; the remakes will always be compared with the original, which can set a very high standard. The bar moves a bit higher with the decision to go all instrumental, leaving no place to hide musical mistakes or inabilities. As it turns out, Ron Brendle, Troy Conn and Chris Garges are a talented group of musicians who demonstrate their extraordinary musical ability by turning out an impressive collection of tunes.

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Foghat, "Last Train Home"

Last Train Home, the latest release from blues-rock legends Foghat is set to hit the stores on June 15. The CD is a twelve-song collection of blues’ standards and originals, which takes the listener back to the bands blues roots.

Check out my review on Creative Loafing.

Some live pics from a recent Foghat show in Clearwater, Florida.