Here are a few comments from reviews
from musicians around the world about Shift Seven's "1.5 Days":
heard the song three times before i wrote a word here. I don’t think
this song needs a review, i think these guys need a record deal soon.
- Aniket Bandekar of Psychacid from Hyderabad, India
of the Stone Age and ZZ Top come to my mind immediately. The drums provide
a great beat to the song. The riff is similar to Thin Lizzy and gives a great
Classic Rock melody to the song, not unlike some of Led Zepplin's material.
They are also similar to Chris Rea.
- Kevin Reynolds of Deetour from from Funshaughlin, Ireland
cool feel to this one, with a very southern boogie & blues feel. Think
Skynyrd, Gary Moore, Stevie Ray Vaughan.
Probably a killer played live.
- John Sampson of Chuzzlewit from
London, United Kingdom
it before but thats ok. ZZ top baby!! good groove. singer serves the style of
the song well. I like yous guys. Somebody pick up a juice box!!
- Bill Elrod Band from Aberdeen, Washington
rock with a slice of blues topping a regular riff that made me rock in my chair
whilst wishing i was at a bar playing pool with this as my soundtrack.
- Kevin Colby of Ashburner from
Durban, Kwa-Zulu Natal, South Africa
Southern Rock tune. Like the vocals, the mix fits together and is very tight,
good guitar tones, like ZZ top. Just a good rip snortin, whiskey drinking tune.
- Stepping on Mars from Brandon, Manitoba, Canada
guitar tones here...very tasty! Love the lead guitar work. Solid vocal effort
as well...great ----
- Josh Emry of Silent Page from St. Louis, Missouri
dig the instrumentation, a retro feel but also modern at the same time. Guitars
are very clean, nice riffs. Strong vocals.
- Wayne Kessler of Lone Shark from Morganville
real sweet guitar work,nice vocals and real smooth performance resulting in a
great sounding song.
- Tim Woodring of Flat Mountain Dew Daddies from
can tell these guys care for what they're doing. If I were in a bar, I'd turn
to watch the band. Sounds tight; nice guitar, nice vocals sung with good feel.
- Pries Tunes from Chicago, Illinois
guitar licks, organ, bass and drums and groovy voice are melting together and
giving a good performance. Nobody wants to much in here...and that makes this
track strong and rich... this band makes music...
- Andreas Ceska Band from Vienna, Austria
plays with feeling, not just a bevy of notes, to his credit.
This band can play!
- Dennis Lore Band from Upstate, New York
like a blues rock/hard rock song from the 70's. Reminds of bands like AC/DC
and a little like Stevie Ray Vaughn.
- Mason Perry from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Rock Defined. Very bluesy and well crafted.
- Patrick Maurer of Underground Press from Virginia Beach, Virginia
reminds of the first Coverdale LP's. NIce mood goin' on. Nice guitar
- Gilles Peynet of The Burn Bros’ from Cogolin, France
think the entire band is super tight and does an excellent job. This would
be a killer live. I think the vocals are awesome, smoky and emotional! The
lead guitar kicks as, great tone great playing. The licks are tight and play
with great intensity.
- Dan Rushton of Joe "Mama" Besser Band from Spring Hill, Florida
love this recording. There is real talent evident here, and the vocals are
perfectly whiskey torn and gritty, but still enough softness to carry the
- Ivan Kovax of We Are The Radio from Tokyo, Japan
and laid bare played with a tenderness of a pro. Love the style of the vocal
feels real and true. Cool Honey
- Kat Speel Band from Brisbane, Australia
Wayne Sounding. I like the rhythm work behind the lead. Don't hear that much
anymore. The vocals are very nice.Vocalist tends to sound like Savoy Brows
vocalist at times.
- Ryan Achata from Harrison, Tennessee
guitar playing ... ZZ Top meets Stevie Ray. Nice tone.
- Crazy Rick Rice from Grand Isle, Vermont
friggen groove...loved the vocal... this is an awesome tune.. good production,
tight and together vibe and great back up...really good song guys!
- Dean Richards from Vancouver, Canada
groove so funky it stank for a week in my room! Vocals are so nasty I couldn't
let my little girl listen. Come on this groove kills. No minors please this
is grown up music here! 21 and over and it is time to taste the pleasure
of the maturation of a guitar player throwing licks out that are so tasty
you will be liking your chops for weeks. Give us some more please!
- The David Samuel Project from
got a very bluesy rock song hear that I really enjoyed listening to. To me it
sounds like Jeff Healy hooked up with Whitesnake... ripping lead guitar
and mean dirty guitar tones. The structure and melody also add the classic rock
feel to the blues foundation, keeping in mind a pop sensibility.
- Brian J Ballard of The Reckless Abandoned from
Los Angeles, California
This band reminds me of the Arc Angels....
- The SOME x 6 Band from Port Coquitlam,
British Columbia, Canada
is obviously incredibly talented, the singer meshes with the band really well,
keep up the good work.
- Ty Kohl of Friends of the Foe from
Would Be Proud! Power
Trio's Love'em. Great job all the way around.
- Mark Jones of Robbie Ducey Band from
Vocals are a fine blend of Contemporary Alternative Music and Classic Punk....
ala Lenny Kravitz style.
- Ash Kewl of Yohaku from
Mumbai, Jakarta, Maharashtra, India
of like a heavy Hendrix.
- ERIC LAZAR of LIGHTNINGHAND from Sacramento,
I Love it. Great Gritty Raw and Just an Awesome Band .. Tight and Hot what more
could I ask for .. You Deliver Boys .. Hell Yeah ...
- Kat_Speel from Brisbane, Queensland,
Drummer sounds like Bonzo...
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