|1. Money To Burn
2. Somebody Changed The Lock
4. Going To The Dance
5. Who Do You Love
6. Blue Slate Slide
7. What’d I Say
8. Jelly Roll Baker
9. Slow Down
10. Rambling On My Mind
11. Rollin’ And Tumblin’
12. Big Road
13. Marie Marie
The original King Earl Band was created by Paul King and Colin Earl, both founder members of MUNGO JERRY. In 1996 Paul retired from the band and Dave Peabody joined to replace Paul.
Les Calvert also joined (ALEXIS KORNER, MIKE KOOPER) around the same time. In late 2005 John Coghlan (STATUS QUO, DIESEL) joined and added a driving beat which has transformed the band into its current shape.
The King Earl Boogie band is a spectacular fusion of some of the best musicians in the UK today.
The album was recorded live during the autumn of 2005 and spring 2006
COLIN EARL, JOHN COGHLAN, IAN CAMPBELL, DAVE PEABODY, LES CALVERT
...a ferocious live document...that captures the King earl Boogie Band in all its majestic boogie-woogie glory...the blues the way it was meant to be played...
www.classicrockrevisited.com (February 2009)
This set features some pretty mean fusion of blues and boogie. Money To Burn is a strong opener, and the pace is maintained throughout with numbers such as 'Matchbox', 'Jelly Roll Baker', 'Slow Down' and 'Big Road'.
The stand out track however, is a storming rendition of the Juicy Lucy hit 'Who Do You Love'.
This is definitely a CD if you want to just have a good time.
Martin Hutchinson, Bolton News (February 2009)
It's a good mix of original numbers and covers all led by the boogie piano playing of Earl who really is a master of this style of piano playing. The classic 'Who Do You Love' gets a run out whilst 'Blue State Slide' allows guitarist Dave Peabody to show off his classy slide guitar playing.
Jason Ritchie www.getreadytorock.com (February 2009)
...a fine slice of blues rock, featuring the likes of Colin Earl of Mungo Jerry, John Coghlan of Status Quo...Full on stuff, well recorded.
Classic Rock Society (May 2009)
Treat yourself, catch this band live because they love what they do and if you can't then this is the next best thing, a brilliant blues boogie band doing what they do best
Amplifier magazine (May 2009)
...there's a sense of honesty and an uplifting sense of fun present...that suggests there's considerable life in these old dogs yet.
Steve Caseman, R2 (RocknReel) (May 2009)