Let’s not belabor the point: Pearls and Brass are unabashedly the product of past generations of Delta and South Side bluesmen, Nuggets era Anglo-American psych rockers, and the pantheon of classic rock icons. There’s nothing particularly weird or peculiar about them and there’s no self-conscious gimmick either. This isn’t to suggest that Huth’s head should appear on the heavy metal totem pole with Iommi, Page and Clapton, but when it comes to classic rock’s minor histories, the devil is in the details, and there’s something worthwhile in that lineage. You could always ask Boogie Witch, or you might just see for yourself.
Taste — “What’s Going On”
Pearls and Brass — “No Stone”