/ The Everyday Sinners
'...Cade has created a stellar album.'
Maverick Country Music Magazine
'...‘Bear Bones’ is one captivating listen.'
'...Such is the quality and depth of the songwriting and music on this record it could be described as Cade’s very own ‘Nebraska'.'
Vinyl version of Shakedown with hand printed cover.
Limited edition Red Vinyl with linocut hand print cover by Jack. Each one numbered and unique.
RnR Magazine - Peter Tomkins - 'Shakedown' - 5 Stars
A melting point of jazz, country and soul like taking a walk down Bourbon Street, drinking in the sounds from all the bars and juke joints.
The third studio album from The Everyday Sinners is now out. It features 10 songs that try to make sense of both their personal experiences, the current state of the world around them and the whats-whys-and-wherefores of where life is headed.
From start to finish the album is a rallying cry for the oppressed and dispossessed. Like Woody Guthrie before him, Jack Cade pulls no punches in his social commentary of current events. Failing politicians, bigotry and racism are rejected and the listener is encouraged to keep fighting against oppression.
The Everyday Sinners proudly marches in a long and distinguished lineage of British protest music that combine celebration with hard truth. The chug-a-lug of the bass and nimble rhythm guitars throw back to American roadhouses and gospel churches, but the lyrics are staunch reminders to hurl yourself against corruption.
"Take about two cups of Johnny Cash add a dash or two of Tom Waits, and a smidgen of the psychobilly or punk roots that began molding him years ago, and you have Jack Cade."
Jack Cade puts his musical leanings down to a mixture of watching Sergio Leone westerns far too many times and his early years spent sitting in his grandparents kitchen on a Sunday afternoon, whilst the roast dinner was in full swing, with the radio spewing out any number of country tunes.
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“A terrific Americana album... Listening to Bear Bones is certainly a fulfilling experience. What’s immediately striking are Cade’s vocals, which are exemplary. When you combine that with songs really standing out, you’re onto a winner, especially when the musicianship is very, very good... ...make no mistake, Cade has created a stellar album. "
Rob Ramsey / Maverick Country Music Magazine
“Songs are delivered in a deep growly drawl with Cade making a virtue of a voice so raw that it almost makes Johnny Cash seem operatic and Dylan the voice of an angel"
Michael Farley / Americana UK