Ali Maas & Micky Moody “Black & Chrome”

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    Artista / Grupo: Ali Maas & Micky Moody

    Álbum: Black & Chrome

    Discográfica: Armadillo

    Año publicación: 2016

    Fecha crítica: 2/2017

    Valoración: VERY GOOD

Ali Maas and Micky Moody were following totally different musical concepts and careers In year 2014 they started a musical collaboration writing several songs that gave shape to the album we have on hands This musical union follows blues and soul ways, although they also adapt various details of folk, indie music, greasy swamp rhythms or captivating melodies that, in the voice of the suggestive and sensual Ali Maas, get a very special prominence Her heartbreaking vocal skills become an explosion for the brain, driving listeners to an addictive cocktail of tastes and flavours really difficult to get out alive Micky Moody plays electric and acoustic guitar, slide, steel guitar, mandolin and bass in three songs He previously was member of bands like Juicy Lucy, The Moody Marsden Band, Full House or Roger Champman’s band, besides a highly requested studio musician Backed by a bunch of teamed professional musicians like Jimmy Copley on drums, Ian Jennings on bass and double bass, Ollie Parfitt and Jon Buckett on keyboards, Alan Glen on harmonica in one song, Nick Newall flute and sax in a couple of tunes and Micky Moody Jr on percussion, round up an album full of charming moments, amazing beauty and deep feelings