2017 – E-H Records LLC
By Phillip Smith; Apr 29, 2017
10,000 Feet Below, the latest album from Detroit music artist Eliza Neals is pretty incredible. This wonderfully talented singer/songwriter/pianist and 2013 Michigan Blues Hall of Fame inductee, guitarist Howard Glazer (The Narcotics) are backed by an amazing group of guest musicians in the making of this fabulous record.
Neals’ angelic vocals pour freely over Glazer’s captivating and psychedelic guitar licks in the dark and spacy cover of Skip James’ “Hard Killing Floor”. It’s an absolute delight. There’s a huge splash of more mind-melting psychedelic-infused blues in the boldly performed “Call Me Moonshine”. Glazer’s playing is sublime. I get lost in the hypnotizing groove of “Merle Dixon”. It’s a warm and fuzzy guitar play-land to spend time in.
Neals digs in deep and pulls out some amazing power vocals Ann Wilson-style, for the scorching rocker “Burn the Tent Down”. Teaming up with guitarist Billy Davis (Jimi Hendrix, Hank Ballard), Neals gives an intoxicating delivery on the heady original composition “At the Crossroads”. It’s absolutely beautiful.
10,000 Feet Below is a striking album, full of rich melodies and exquisite vocals.
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