Song Description

Cover Of Crossroads by Robert Johnson

Song Length 4:04 Genre Rock - Classic, Blues - Rock
Tempo Medium Fast (131 - 150) Lead Vocal Male Vocal
Mood Distressed, Restless Subject Danger, Doom
Similar Artists Eric Clapton, Stevie Ray Vaughan Language English
Era 2000 and later

A very well done Blues/Rock Song. Great Guitar Work and drumming. The Vocalist brings it all home. Blues music is one of the musically genres I first fell in love with and this song does it's influences proud. At it's core it's a Blues song that's been super charged with Rock. As A Lover of all things Guitar I feel this song is extremely well done and the guitarists truly shined. The mood is set well with the combination of all the elements and everything is spot on. I could see this in a film in a bar scene or even a scene where someone one is driving southern bound.

Love your voice & guitar work

Really good cover of a really good song. Really great instrumentation, especially guitar work, and really good vocals, very similar to Clapton.

Cool arrangement of Robert johnson's Crossroards. Kicks hard.

Unique interpetation of Robert Johnson's Crossroads. Excellent guitar work.

Nice rendition of a cover song I haven't heard in years. This band has some pretty amazing the electric guitar. Really together sound. Everything is nicely miked and recorded. I bet this band gets lots of gigs.

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