Жанр: Southern Rock Страна: USA Год издания: 2001 - 2003 Аудиокодек: MP3 Тип рипа: tracks Битрейт аудио: 256-320 kbps Продолжительность: 02:00:13
01. Louisiana Man [00:04:04] 02. Shiner [00:05:46] 03. Doesn't Really Matter [00:03:05] 04. Blood Money [00:03:33] 05. Four Winds [00:04:04] 06. One Time To Long [00:04:30] 07. Two Weels [00:04:03] 08. Rose Thron Bed [00:03:15] 09. Voodoo Spell [00:02:37] 10. California Cowboy [00:04:08] 11. You Gotta Give By [00:03:25] 12. Mad Dog Saloon [00:03:12] 13. Blood Money (Acoustic) [00:03:37]
01. Louisiana Man [00:06:51] 02. Shiner [00:06:14] 03. I Know You Too Well [00:03:10] 04. Rose Thorn Be [00:03:29] 05. Missin' My Friends (Monti Version) [00:04:03] 06. Doesn't Really Matter [00:03:23] 07. Blood Money [00:03:54] 08. Green River-Susie Q [00:07:06] 09. Turn The Page [00:06:55] 10. Two Wheels [00:04:49] 11. You Gotta Give [00:03:55] 12. Four Winds [00:04:01] 13. The Heist [00:05:16] 14. Missin' My Friends (LA Version) [00:03:52] 15. Far Beneath The Rubble [00:03:49]
Alligator Stew plays kick-ass southern rock and these guys seem tough enough to actually stew an alligator. Carrying on in the tradition of Molly Hatchet and Blackfoot, their music is little bluesy with twang of country-style boogie, but at its core it's hard as nails.
Follow-up, To Monticello... Live!!!, holds eleven live tracks and four new songs recorded in studio. On live part the band does couple excellent covers including Bob Seger’s Turn The Page and new tracks introduced new, more mellow side of them.
Alligator Stew had a good following and performed regularly with bigger acts like The Marshall Tucker Band and Lynyrd Skynyrd. Blood Money was also made into video, that got lot of airplay, but sometimes bands don’t get the recognition they deserve, as was the case with Alligator Stew.
Jeffries moved back to Midwest in 2003 and Alligator Stew played their last gig in July 2006. They have been on a break since. Jeffries' also formed a new band, Gator Stew, in late 2006 and Gary Jeffries Band after that, but many people still hope, that Alligator Stew will release new music some day.