Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Piece of Your Soul
Genres: Alternative Rock, Blues, Pop, Rock
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Ken N. (Kensurfer) from WESTBURY, NY
Reviewed on 8/10/2007...
Kind of Allmans / SRV ish. Cool
This band should have made it - exc. CD.
musicnu | Deerfield, IL | 02/24/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Storyville is a guitar band with some great guitar riffs and excellent vocals. This band has a slight R&B feel but also reminds me some of Bad Company. They feature Stevie Ray Vaughan's Double Trouble. And I think had the expectations not been so great for this band, they might have lasted a little longer. However, because many thought they would be a supergroup, the pressure to sell tons of records was maybe a bit much. It is too bad because this is a very good band.They sound the best on the ballads as their harmonies are just superb. David Grissom who wrote most of the songs on A Piece of Your Soul, is at his best on the ballads. My absolute favorite is "Share that Smile",if Top 40 radio was still around, this would have been a big hit. Stand out songs on A Piece of Your Soul are "Good Day for the Blues" (tr#2), "Don't Make me Cry" (tr#4) and "Share That Smile" (tr#11)."
C. Butler | Kristianstad, Sweden - an American ex-Patriot | 10/05/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Just knowing this band will never produce another album gives me the -- BLUES!!! I have been a blues lover/collector of many artists and blues styles since the 50's, and by accident had downloaded and listened to "A Good Day for the Blues"... "who's that?" And played it again... it just knocked my socks off... and now was driven to learn the singer's name. Only to find out its some guy with the name Malford Milligan, while playing the song again, and again, and asking myself "who's Malford Milligan?" So, I continue searching only to learn this band no longer existed, and left in its wake the three albums, as their legacy, "Dog Years", "Bluest Eyes", and "A Piece of Your Soul." I have spend the last four months listening to and now finally acquiring ALL their albums, and wondering "WHY" this band didn't go platinum across the board and far into the future? Their sound is deeply rooted in the blues, and as Albert King said "The Blues Don't Change!" This group was VERY special and whoever fronted as their agents/promoters failed not only the artists, but sadly modern blues lovers the world over. And I am still left wondering "who's Malford Milligan?" The combo of David Grissom's creative writing/guitar talents with Malford's vocals is exceptional and should never have been severed. So, I am left wondering and searching to find where they (Malford and David) are today, so "IF" anybody knows what groups they are with I would appreciate an e-mail alert, it would be much appreciated."