The Georgetown Saloon
November 26th, 2010'
Recorded and transferred by Bob Pitlak
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I was fortunate enough to go with these guys to the show and record
the show as i usually do, Lance was feeling horrible and was still able
to put on a blistering show, real dedication folks.
This was Lance's second outting at the Georgetown Saloon, a very small
club neverless Lance comes to play big & small all the same.This time
around he played a lot of songs off his new cd "Salvation From Sundown"
which is his best work to date which shows his growth as a musician and
guitarist, the depth of emotion on some of these song's is intense as he
let's the lyrics show off his maturity,really powerful music.
As alway's Lance's Jimi Hendrix, Albert King influences are quite obvious
but he also shows some funky sides here especially on original "So Alone",
and " Got My Eyes On You Baby".
The rest of this show is a solid tour de force of high intensisty blues as
that's the only way Lance knows how to play.
If you don't know Lance Lopez and like killer blues flavored guitar, you need
to check Lance Out, if you know Lance it's a no brainer...
Nice audience recording and performance!
Lance Lopez: guitar/vocal's
Mike Nuno: Bass
Chris Reddan: Drums
Disc 1: ( 74:16 ) Min
02:Love Of Mine
03:My Good Thang
04:Locked Outta Love
08:It Should Of Been Me
09:Everytime I Turn Around
Disc 2: ( 70:04 ) Min
03:El Paso Sugar/One Half Hour---End 1st set
04:Driving South/Stones In My Pathway
05:Got My Eyes On You Baby
Disc 3: ( 41:22 ) Min
01:Salvation From Sundown
02:Hear My Train A Comin'
FYI-Lance has a new cd out called " Handmade Music "
Support the artists by going to a live show & buying cd's etc
This goes out to my buddy Rick who was taking care of business
Not 4 Sale,Trade Only !
Crack one open & enjoy !!!