Eef Bluesalicious Album Review
Last fall we caught up with “Miss 333″ for a little interview and were told that Eef was planning and working on a new album. That labor of love has come to fruition, as tracks were laid out at Decibel Garden studio in Denver over the winter, then mixed and blended into Bluesalicious, the latest and self-produced offering from Eef.
Eef is definitely at her best when the kicks up the tempo, and there’s plenty of good up-tempo work on Bluesalicious. Eef has a terrific ensemble working, featuring Jimmy Ayers on organ and keyboard and Serafin Sanchez on sax. Ayers’ work stands out on Trying To Get Close To You, yet never overpowering Eef’s delicious guitar. Something Ain’t Right features Sanchez on the saxophone, and the mix is just right. Bluesalicious overall is part blues, part jazz, part soul, part rock and all terrific music. No Money For The Bus is a “feel good” song that will have the listener feeling as good as the singer, and Eef let’s nothing get in the way of feeling good on this one.
Two bonus tracks are included on the CD, the upbeat I Ain’t Gonna Wait Forever and a re-recording of Illusion, two of the first songs written by Eef, and previously released as an EP. Bluesalicious is just that: a delicious blend of blues and more, and proof that Eef is growing as a guitarist as well as a songwriter.
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