22 March 2017

‘Jefferson Blues Magazine’ sexy seventies review “10,000 Feet Below”

Eliza Neals is not lacking awards, she has accrued many in recent years. Her new album is my first encounter with her. She is creative and besides singing, she plays piano and Hammond B3 and participated as producer of the disc. Neals surrounds herself with accomplished musicians, where Howard Glazer on guitar is the most recognizable soul appearing for me. He brings a rocking sound to the first five tracks. 

In the entire recall of the rockblues material that makes me think of Janis Joplin when she starred in ‘Big Brother and the Holding Company.‘ Sounds very sexy seventies. She has a strong tone and roars for the most part. Her new interpretation of Skip James Hard Time Killing Floor differs from the original in many good ways. I would place this album safely to go home in the right circles.”

Thank You Jefferson Magazine and writer  Ingemar Karlsson! (Translated)