03 April 2017

Blues and Rhythm Magazine #318 imaginative review “10,000 Feet Below”

“Detroit singer Eliza Neals has a strong voice well suited to the blues-rock tracks on this CD, but she is equally at home with soul styling and more or less straight blues too – she notes on the sleeve that she was mentored by Barrett Strong. Also, those who have been following Detroit’s blues over the last couple of decades will nod approvingly at the presence of guitarist Howard Glazer, an assurance of quality, and on the final track, the former Jackie Wilson and Hank Ballard guitarist Billy Davis makes his presence felt. Skip James ‘Hard Killing Floor’ (sic) gets a drastic and imaginative reworking and, ‘Call Me Moonshine’ is a real opportunity for Howard to stretch out with his pure blues licks. Above all this, Eliza’s rich vocals impress mightily. A bit rock-y overall maybe, but no more than some of the material In these pages these days, and of a higher quality too. www.elizaneals.com” 

Thank You BLUES and RHYTHM Magazine thrilled you guys like the album “10,000 Feet Below”