Track Listing 1. Girl From New York City, 2. Got No Name, 3. I Need Some Time, 4. Louise
Andy De Rosa and Electric Mojo's "Girl From New York City" EP, is a distinctive collaboration of British Rock, American Rock 'N' Roll, Blues, Funk and Roots music, possessing the cobblestone quality of early Southern Rock that originally hailed from the deep south in the early 1970's; sharing the same demenor of bands such as: The Allman Brothers, Lynyrd Skynryd, The Black Crowes, Creedence Clear Water Revival, among many other great bands!
The title track "Girl From New York City", is a sturdy upbeat song; which instantly sets the temperment with Andy De Rosa's tenacious vocals and scorching electric guitar hooks and vigorous long jams! "Got No Name" casts a salty attitude in a stylistic and purposeful manner. Whilst, "I Need Some Time" has a jazz fusion feel with steady flowing and sweltering guitar runs; that are out of this world! "Lousie" is perhaps the most deeply rooted bluesy style song bearing an inflexible cutting edge intertwining psychedelic-blues-rock-jazz-funk, in a strong Southern ambience with a deeply emotional brawny aura, fully loaded with fluent instrumentation and penetrating electric guitar hooks and jams .. that are absolutely beautiful!
"Girl From New York City" is a fabulous collection of songs that totally rock!!! I highly recommend this EP to those looking for authentic 70's style Southern Blues Rock!
Andy De Rosa - vocals/guitars/harp/songwriter
Andy Hodge - bass guitar
Dave Wright - keyboards
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