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Black Diamond Heavies

A Touch of Some One Else's Class

Alive 85

Released on June 10, 2008

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Black Diamond Heavies is a self-described punk-ass blues duo from the South consisting of John Wesley Myers on bass keys, fender Rhodes, organ, and lead vocals and Van Campbell on drums, percussion and vocals. "A Touch Of Someone Else's Class" is the follow up to their acclaimed 2007's debut "Every Damn Time" (Alive), and it's a another slab of grungy, dirty, blues punk rock'n'roll with a heavy, greasy, touch of soul.

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Patrick from Johnston, IA 
Apr 4 2009 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is really a great blues album. I don't care what anyone says. The vocals are awesome! This is a skinny white dude who sounds like a seasoned vet of the genre. The keys sound great too. Almost distorted like guitar. This is a heavy and well produced album and sounds great for just a two piece. But, that's really all you need as these guys have proven. You are really gonna wanna buy this CD. I don't think there's enough I can say about how truly great this release is. You'll just have to get it.

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