SUPERSONIC BLUES MACHINE'S DEBUT ALBUM “WEST OF FLUSHING, SOUTH OF FRISCO” OUT NOW ON PROVOGUE
Supersonic Blues Machine isn’t just a band; it’s a mood, a comradeship, a melting pot of ideas with likeminded people bringing their own unique talents to create something with feeling that is very organic. As a result, debut album West of Flushing, South of Frisco is a sprawling and emotional journey that has an emphasis on peace, hope, forgiveness and empowerment.
It happened in 2012, Texan guitarist-singer-songwriter Lance Lopez was planning a visit to Los Angeles to record a new album and producer Fabrizio Grossi suggested they hook up and work on some ideas. The following whirlwind day and a half in the studio resulted in three songs which became the foundation of an exciting new project before they knew it.
The third part of the core was Indiana native drummer Kenny Aronoff who joined the family next. An incredible list of collaborators gives the record added warmth and propels it on to a higher level; Billy F. Gibbons, Walter Trout, Warren Haynes, Robben Ford, Eric Gales and Chris Duarte all have a deep and personal connection to the trio of Grossi, Lopez and Aronoff.
1. Miracle Man
2. I Ain't Fallin' Again
3. Running Whiskey (Feat. Billy F. Gibbons)
4. Remedy (Feat. Warren Haynes)
5. Bone Bucket Blues
6. Let It Be
7. That's My Way (Feat. Chris Duarte)
8. Ain't No Love (In The Heart Of The City)
9. Nightmares And Dreams (Feat. Eric Gales)
10. Can't Take It No More (Feat. Walter Trout)
11. Whiskey Time (Running Whiskey's extended ending)
12. Let's Call It A Day (Feat. Robben Ford)