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Single Review : Black Country Communion – ‘Stay Free’

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Review by Paul Monkhouse for MPM

The gang’s all here, four hombres back together and making music to move mountains. Whilst at one point the chances of a Black Country Communion reunion were looking as likely as a wooden rocking horse winning the Grand National, Glenn Hughes, Joe Bonamassa, Jason Bonham and Derek Sherinian have reconvened and it’s a beautiful thing.

The opening salvo to their forthcoming fifth album ‘V’, ‘Stay Free’ is a classy and muscular number that blends funk and bluesy hard rock in a deliciously delirious combo that kicks like a mule.

With the quartet at the top of their game, this hunger to get together and make music seems to have given the outfit a fire and newborn freshness that’s powerful enough to tilt the globe on its axis.

The soul drenched vocals of Hughes, sublime fretwork of Bonamassa, Bonham’s giant drum sound and touches of multi-hued and layered keys by Sherinian bring a supernova glow to this absolute monster of a track, its city block crushing power heralding a bright new dawn.

Watch out world, a storm is coming and its name is Black Country Communion. Damn, it’s good to have them back.




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