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Title - '7 Cities'
Artist - Steve Future

With the release of the album 7 Cities, Sweden's veteran singer-songwriter, guitarist and blues-harp virtuoso, Steve Future now brings forth a quite stunning new 18-track album compilation for all fans of rock and blues around the world.

Released as a deluxe CD and a lush double vinyl LP, 7 Cities features music from Steve's EP releases It Takes Time, Four Cities and The 9 Others.

With several releases already to his credit, Future is on the leading edge of the 21st century blues and rock scene and his albums are not only highly anticipated, but most always gratefully accepted.

1. 'Bananas & Diamonds'
2. 'Blue Heron'
3. 'Waterfall'
4. 'Civil War'
5. 'Railway Layers Daughters Blues'
6. 'Don't Mean Nothing'
7. 'Trinity'
8. 'Black Water'
9. 'Future Kids'
10. 'Brand New Day'
11. 'Rat Poison'
12. 'Blended'
13. 'Keyhole Massacre'
14. 'Steal The Water'
15. 'Burning Wheels'
16. 'Boned Rock'
17. 'Woman In Panoramic'
18. 'Blue Volvo'

If you have never heard Steve Future's music I urge you to purchase this stunning new album today and listen to it not only at home, but in the car and wherever else music can be taken and played!

The album finds the blues rocker in the company of a stellar range of electric guitarists, drummers, backing vocalists and session musicians from Sweden and the US.

Produced by Future and Peter Melin, 7 Cities is primed with catchy pop-rock and hard-hitting blues-rock tracks spanning a wealth of musical genres and is now, quite easily, one of my personal favorites of 2019.

From the brilliant harmonica-driven opening of 'Bananas & Diamonds' and the drum-led 'Blue Heron,' to the delicate acoustic, down south, harmonica-infused duo of 'Railway Layers Daughters Blues' and 'Don't Mean Nothing,' to the jangling guitars of 'Brand New Day' and the laid back, lazy hazy summer day vibe of 'Rat Poison,' on to the hard harmonica and raw vocals of the early '70s-sounding 'Boned Rock' to the album closing blues rock out 'Blue Volvo,' this album truly has it all.

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