Next Stop Beulah Land
“This album is a beautiful example of acoustic blues with tasteful harmonica, classic slide playing & sweet harmonies
… this is bound to do well”.
Scott Levi ABC Radio Central Coast.
Dry Long So
“I love this record. It’s a slice of 1929 for 2009. It’s also a record I’ve been awaiting with baited breath since chatting with the Sydney based Blues Preachers last year. Harmonica player, Captain Bluetongue sent me the rough mixes not long afterwards, and even in their rough state, these songs stood proud and defiant, much like the men in the soup lines you see on the cover of Dry Long So – broken men, but ramrod straight til the end, doing what they have to do to feed their families. That’s what this record is like”.
Sam Fell Rhythms Magazine March 2009
Dead Catz Can Bounce
The Blues Preachers continue their blues and roots musical journey with their latest release: ‘Dead Catz Can Bounce’. Unlike their previous releases, this album contains 7 original songs about the big issues of today: the global financial crisis, greed, relationships, global warming, materialism, life and death and the search for truth and meaning in the great age of misinformation. Featuring ‘Divine Justice Coming Down’ a song about the Global Financial Crisis that was highly acclaimed and nominated in both the Australian Songwriting Awards (ASA)
and The Independent Music Awards (IMA).