Feel the Blues with all that Jazz
English (United Kingdom)Polish (Poland)
Home Blues Malverde Blues Experience Malverde Blues Experience - Malverde Blues Experience (2014)

Malverde Blues Experience - Malverde Blues Experience (2014)

User Rating: / 0

Malverde Blues Experience - Malverde Blues Experience (2014)

Image could not be displayed. Check browser for compatibility.

1. Love Gone Bad (3:31)
2. Gimme Back My Mojo (4:25)
3. Black Heart Woman (2:55)
4. Mean Black Spider (4:00)
5. Blues Demon (5:20)
6. Southbound (2:59)
7. Tamazula River Mama (4:10)
8. La Mala Vida (3:52)
9. Big Bad Wolf (3:44)
10. Fix My Kicks (3:53)
11. Calling Dr. Johnson (3:55)
12. All In Vain (2:51)

Alberto Prieto - Guitar
Whiskey Soaked Man - Vocals, Harp
Jesus Osuna - Bass
Dick Saenz – Drums


Roberto Fernandez concedes that it's sometimes lonely being a bluesman in Culiacan. The capital of the Mexican state of Sinaloa, Culiacan is best known for the banda or grupera sounds that also provide the drum beat to the narco-culture and violence that's enveloped the region. "There's no blues scene," Fernandez chuckles. "We are the only ones." The frontman for the Malverde Blues Experience, Fernandez is a big man with a voice to match. His stage projection recalls in some ways Leslie West of the old US rock group Mountain, and Fernandez's band mates lay out a thundering sound with slices of heavy-metal, soul and the Texas boogie of ZZ Top.

As for the name of the group, Fernandez offers two explanations, both of them riddled with Mexican experiences of immigration, contraband smuggling, banditry and myth-making. The name "Malverde" (literally "Bad Green"), says the lead singer, is taken from an Indiana friend's bummer high on marijuana that could be considered a "blues experience." Pressed further, Fernandez accepts that Malverde, of course, is also the patron saint of Sinaloa's narcos and poor people who revere the outlaw figure outside the formal rituals of the Roman Catholic Church. "The name seemed perfect to me because it situates us in that mythic context, which in the final analysis is the basis of all societies," Fernandez muses. The music of Malverde Blues Experience, he adds, not only speaks to the realities of a violent hometown but to "universal situations that happen anywhere." --- Kent Paterson, thecuttingedgenews.com, 2012

download (mp3 @320 kbs):

uploaded yandex 4shared mediafire mega solidfiles zalivalka cloudmailru filecloudio oboom




Before downloading any file you are required to read and accept the
Terms and Conditions.

If you are an artist or agent, and would like your music removed from this site,
please e-mail us on
and we will remove them as soon as possible.

What music genre would you like to find here the most?
Now onsite:
  • 111 guests
Content View Hits : 92482137