Blackie and the Rodeo Kings Let's Frolic Again

Blackie and the Rodeo Kings Let's Frolic Again
Stephen Fearing, Colin Linden and Tom Wilson spent seven days at Bearsville Studios in Woodstock, NY in January of 2006 recording such an enormous pile of songs that they got two albums out of the deal. The first, 2006’s Juno-nominated Let’s Frolic, consisted mostly of the songs recorded during the trio’s day sessions. This follow-up is a looser, breezier, more liquored-up and chilled-out collection that came mostly out of the evening recording sessions. Spirited covers of Teenage Head’s "Something’s On My Mind” and Murray McLauchlan’s "Down By The Henry Moore” fit in perfectly with the Rodeo Kings’ own lively country/blues/rock romps. And when they let their hair down on tracks like "Don’t Blame Your Blues On Me,” these boys are at their boisterous best. (True North)