The House Of The Blue Lights

The House Of The Blue Lights by Don Covay
Released: Jan 1969
Label: Rhino Atlantic
One of the greatest blues-rock albums ever -- no lie. After influencing the Stones and all their followers in the mid-'60s with a joyous fusion of pop and RnB, Covay turned his amps up to 11, bought a tamboura and crafted a retro-vintage sound decades before post-modern primitives like the Gibson Brothers and Jon Spencer. The House of Blue Lights stings like a nest of angry hornets hopped up on scientifically engineered growth hormones. It's loud -- brash and loud.
Justin Farrar
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