THE JAY B.ELSTON BAND
HIGH CLASS WHITE TRASH
Titles :
Riziní for the day /High class white trash / The outlaw / Evileen / Tunning blue (electric) / Mississipi kid / Donít care no more / Hard rain / Hit the road / Swamp box boogie / Stand up

Musicians :
Jay B Elston : vocals, guitar
Rory Faciane : drums
Scott Womack : bass


After his first album, Jay B.Elston is back with a brand new one, "High class white trash", and confirms he's someone we can count on in the southern rock music world (remember he also worked with great acts, read the review of his first album). Great slide guitar player, he fills his music with this typical sound you find in southern blues-rock. His music is a third of southern country ("The outlaw", "Hard rain"), a third of blues ("Evileen", "Swamp box boogie") and a third of southern rockin' ("Stand up", "Hit the road", "Rizin for the day"). With the great cover of Lynyrd Skynyrd's "Mississipi kid", we're sure Jay B.Elston is a member of this southern family.
John Molet



THE JAY B.ELSTON BAND
JAY B.ELSTON BAND
Titles :
The rambler / Cruel operator / Voodoo woman / Motor run / Come on in and boogie / Ruby's roadhouse / Chase these blues away / Devil deep inside / Can't win for losin' / Wake-n-bake / Louisiana's callin' me / Honey island swamp / Turning blue / Get freaky / Never too much of you / Big city nlues / Mountain top

Musicians :
Jay B Elston : vocals, guitar
Rory Faciane : drums
Scott Womack : bass


Jay B.Elston is a well-konwn and appreciated character in the blues and southern rock world in the USA. Throughout his career he worked with gtreat acts such as Willie Nelson, Molly Hatchet, Gregg Allman, Charlie Daniels, among others. He's now fronting his own band, the Jay B. Elston Band. His long experience in rock and blues music certainly helped in making this album. With his partner Scott Womack on bass guitar, and himself on slide guitar ("Wake-n-bake" , "Louisiana callin me" ), he produced a music going from blues to rock. This album is a real nice reason to have a drink of Jack with buddies.
John Molet



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