Dreadnaught - Live at Mojo

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dreadnaught
live at mojo
2005

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REVIEWS FOR LIVE AT MOJO

All Music Guide
"Country-rock, avant-garde blues, prog-funk, experimental rock - any and all of these labels are accurate, yet each only begins to brush the surface of the band's style. ...guitarist Justin Walton agilely skips across genres, cracking out R&B riffs with aplomb, lashing searing solos into the grooves, soaring into Jimi Hendrix- esque extravagance, then pulling back into moodier, more evocative pastures.(Jo-Anne Greene)

The Wire
"Lord, Walton and Haney are cream-of-the-crop instrumentalists. Dreadnaught is a band endowed with instrumental excellence and inexhaustible creative impetus. Thousands of CDs are released every year, only a handful of which are typically worth getting excited about. LIVE AT MOJO is one of them." (Matt Kanner)

Showcase
"Listening to Dreadnaught is sort of like being able to slow the world down long enough to watch the burst and bloom of the Chaos Theory: Thereís a lot going on and you might not understand all of what youíre seeing and hearing. But you know itís going to be something monumental. At the end of the day, the band is still in a league of its own." (Shawn Macomber)

Progressor
"A labyrinthine journey through angular structures, filled with adventure at every turn. Tortured, sustained solos, dissonant riffing work, and multi-layered interlocking patterns... They practically strangle every last drop of blood out of their instruments." (Vitaly Mishenkov)

Spotlight
"[LIVE AT MOJO] is proof of Dreadnaughtís unique musical vision and ability as a band, and is so musically self-assured that somehow it all comes off shining; regardless of how far out one or all of the members may go, they always wind up back in the pocket... The pontiffs of prog ride again." (Jamie Perkins)

















































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