Bloodshot is the third studio album by American rock band The J. Geils Band. The album was released on April 12, 1973, by Atlantic Records. It was the breakthrough release for the band, reaching on the Billboard 200 album chart in the United States, a peak that the band would not surpass until their 1981 multi-platinum album Freeze Frame. The single version of "Give it to Me", which had a very different ending from the album version, reached on the .
Bloodshot Bill comes surprisingly from Quebec, Canada where he goes onstage as a one men's band. No computers, no overdub. e simply does it all and yes he can play guitar and drum at the same time. Tunes like "I Knew it" or "Reach That woman" are quite impressing. While the album also includes a hand full of covers, the majority of the songs are self-penned. Of course one has to keep in mind that his psychotic voice takes the music in a totally different direction sometimes. However on "Ring the bell" the man delivers an authentic fifties sound I enjoyed
Bloodshot Bill started playing in his hometown of Montreal, around 1998, with just a guitar and a stomp board. Since then, he has had over 30 releases throughout Europe, USA and Canada - and still tours all these places frequently. He was banned from entering the States for 5 years (2006-2011) and made his first "(wel)comeback" show in USA at the Norton Records 25th Anniversary Weekend, performing alongside such legendary (and killer!) acts such as Andre Williams, The Sonics, 5678's, Mighty Hannibal and The South Bay Surfers.
com Sat Nov 10 DIVIERA DRIVE Brooklyn NY. New album THIS IS IT! out now on Sleazy Records. Bopflix Films is with Andrew Young and 5 others at undefined. 31 October at 11:39 ·. Bopflix Films with wild roots man - Bloodshot BILL & The Hick-Ups (CANADA) performing track 'Never Wanna See That Face Again' (written by: . Rogers), filmed at The New England Shake-Up, Sturbridge, Massachusetts, USA (2018). Also featured on Rockabilly Radio & Radioabilly.
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Back in the '50s, pompadours, beehives, two-toned shoes and swing skirts were all the rage. Those artists and others pioneered the rockabilly genre, an early rock-and-roll style that fused country, Western swing, and rhythm and blues. Montréal rocker Bloodshot Bill has always been enamored of the era and its signature sound
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|ABC.B||Bloodshot Bill||So Special (7", S/Sided, TP, W/Lbl)||Squoodge Records||ABC.B||Austria||2007|
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