Vintage blues groove washed over the crowd, and out onto the floor of the casino. Castro likes to talk to his audience, providing amusing interludes between songs. He opined on everything from his early experiences on the San Francisco music scene to the current state of politics.
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Recorded in March of in front of a sold-out house at the famed auditorium, Live At The Fillmore showcases Tommy's command of blues, southern soul, and roots rock. In addition, his usual quartet is augmented by Jimmy Pugh of the Robert Cray band on keyboards and Tom Poole on trumpet. The video programs vary slightly from the CD: the videos contain complete interview footage while the CD has four tracks not available on the videos.
Castro is more than a pretty-boy charmer, though. Factor in his ultra-tight band, and this is a cat with tremendous crossover appeal. Live at the Fillmore doesn't deliver anything you haven't heard before.
Living Blues : "The guitar power chords and buzz-toned tenor sax that kick off Tommy Castro's latest release give the initial impression of Bruce Springsteen's E-Street Band Down Beat : 3. Achieves a near-perfect mixture of hot agitation and cool relaxation in his guitar exhortations Down Beat : 4 stars out of 5 - "
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