RVL Music is Proud to Present the Third Release from The DogTown Blues Band:” Search No More”
RVL Music and Richard Lubovitch (aka “Loob”) are proud to announce the release of the new CD by The DogTown Blues Band, “Search No More”. This new CD, comprised of 10 tracks, 39:00 minutes in length,offers 8 classic blues,1 standard from the 70's and 1 original composition.
Featured are, the amazing vocals of Kaspar Abbo, who’s vocal interpretations of a Jimmie Dotson's lost classic “Search No More,” Wille Dixon's “ You Shook Me,” Percy Mayfield's " River's Invitation ” and Tom Johnston's “Long Train Coming,” are something special to hear. Having Kaspar on this project, has allowed us to do original arrangements of classics, with a DogTown twist, so as to feature his accomplished vocal interpretations of these songs. Check out “Search No More,” arranged as a late 1950’s Blues, with a more modern guitar solo or his re-invention of ” Miss Ann,” coupled with the full blown vocal and backing vocals on Tom Johnston's “Long Train Coming”
The CD also features Vocals and Chromatic Harmonica from Hohner Harmonica Master Bill Barrett, who is featured throughout, with attention to his fantastic playing and singing on the Percy Mayfield classic “Cooking in Style” and two lost classics You Better Believe It by Paul Gayten and I wonder by Cecil Gant.
Producer, guitarist Richard Lubovitch, gives us a myriad of energetic original arrangements of classics and 1 original , " All Night”,
The CD also highlights the high octane Drums and Bass combination of Lance Lee (Drums) and Trevor Ware (Upright Bass) and guest artist Marcus Watkins: Solo guitar on "Search No More" Baritone guitar on "All Night" and many guitars on "Long Train Coming"
The band’s motto is “We like to put little Jazz in our Blues and a little Blues in our Jazz.
To sum it up…”Search No More” reflects what The DogTown Blues Band does best…Chicago Blues and Jazz with a West Coast twist.
Richard Lubovitch: Guitar
Kaspar Abbo : Vocals
Bill Barrett: Chromatic Harmonica and vocals
Wayne Peet: Organ,Piano and Keyboards
Trevor Ware: Upright bass
Lance Lee: Drums
Marcus Watkins: Solo guitar on "Search No More" Baritone guitar on "All Night" and many guitars on "Long Train Coming"