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Joe Stamm Band (from the album Wild Man as a self-release) (By Bryant Liggett)
A bar band vibe and an arena presence; Joe Stamm Band are living comfortably in both venues, their latest release Wild Man one of those records that has a personal intimacy while being a roll-down-the-windows sing-a-long where Joe is speaking to you and you alone, encouraging you to bark back his words at the top of your lungs. Joe Stamm Band soundtrack the songs on Wild Man with Blues, Country, and Red Dirt Roots.
The Wild Man title track is gutsy Blues Rock, dramatic in the best sense with a solid guitar solo that steals the show straight out of the gate. Hot guitar leads punch their way into every cut. That drama continues in “My Old Home” where Stamm sneaks in a catchy hook in the chorus that grabs you with just that, a hook. It sticks with you. You’ll pile onto the dancefloor for “Ahold of My Heart” and its click-clack rhythm, drop a tear with the weepy “Grandma’s Bible”, and slide into the late 1970’s Country groove and vibe of “Dollar General Sign”.
This is Country heavy Roots Rock, nailed by a bar band with big Rock guts. There’s zero Pop and no fluff as Joe Stamm Band left the filler on the studio floor and deliver a Top-Shelf solid piece of music. (by Bryant Liggett)
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