I'm going to shed my dark, heavy and doom ways for a moment and kick back to something that caught me completely off guard. The band is Sundown Service, a southern rock jam band from Lexington, KY. Personally I've always been attracted to nice looking and interesting cover art so when I seen the cover for Sundown Service's self titled I was interested. From the looks I figured some psychedelic band but low and behold, something a lot better and deeper.
Sundown Service is a southern rock and jam band with a little psychedelic to it. Under the band's influences listed on their Facebook page they list “Fillmore East.” The Allman Brothers At Fillmore East is easily one of that band's
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best albums ever and listening to Sundown Service, it's easy to see why. Sundown Service doesn't try to copy The Allman Brothers in any way at all though some of their songs do resemble some of the slower songs put out by The Allman Brothers and even Lynyrd Skynyrd. It's fine southern country rock with a bit of a slower side. The highlight track for me is “Blank Slate” which is a jam track that sounds almost improvised. I doubt it actually is but it's still a kick ass tune.
If you like southern classic rock in the same vain as Sweet Kiss Momma, The Allman Brothers, 38 Special, Lynyrd Skynyrd and even a little Mashall Tucker Band, this is right up your alley. You can stream the whole album on the player below. Currently it appears it's only available digitally through Bandcamp and all the other culprits like iTunes, Amazon, etc.