Hundred Seventy Split - H.S.S. (2014)

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Hundred Seventy Split - H.S.S. (2014)

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1 	Pork Pie Hat 	4:48
2 	I Never Saw It Coming 	8:01
3 	Gonna Dance On Your Tombstone 	7:25
4 	Let Me Go 	4:24
5 	Columbus Stockade Blues 	4:16
6 	The Sound Of Goodbye 	6:52
7 	The Devil To Pay 	4:52
8 	What The Devil Loves 	6:00
9 	The Devil To Pay (Reprise) 	4:53
10 	King Of The Blues 	4:02

Leo Lyons – bass
Joe Gooch – vocals, guitar
Damon Sawyer – drums
Billy Livsey – Hammond Organ
Sean Fuller – drums on track 10


'Hundred Seventy Split' is an exciting, high energy Blues/Rock power trio showcasing the combined talents of Joe Gooch on guitar/vocals, Leo Lyons on bass and Damon Sawyer on drums: Leo Lyons and Joe Gooch are former members of the band "Ten Years After'. Lyons was a founding member of TYA and part of the Woodstock legend. ---Editorial Reviews


From start to finish, this recording is stone-cold amazing. The power trio of Gooch/Lyons/Sawyer have defined what it takes to bring blues based rock to the masses as witnessed by their consistently sold out shows and relentless touring schedule. This album marks a giant leap forward in their progress since they parted ways with their former bandmates and started this endeavor.

Joe Gooch is astonishing on guitar. He lays down some blistering licks over the rock solid rhythm section and then wraps it all up with great songwriting.

Leo, whether he's playing 1000 notes a minute or just loping along in a smooth and suave fashion, always seems to know what each song needs, and never fails to deliver. He brings some 40 plus years of experience and truly shines on each and every song.

Damon Sawyer is just rock solid. Period.

This album is a wonderful follow-up to their previous one. It shows great maturity as the band has gelled into a force to be reckoned with. The songs and the songwriting are great, the playing is spectacular and you really can't go wrong by adding this one to your collection. Whether you are a fan of great guitar based power trios, a fan of the blues or are just following these guys from previous projects, this album is sure to please. ---BlankFrank,

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