On 30 April I nearly drowned … or should I better say smothered. For without resistance during Delta Moon’s concert I disappeared up to the hair tips into the deep, sultry swamps of Mississippi. Fortunately, my colleague Sabine saved me just in time and heaved me back onto solid ground …
But seriously: This evening at Ducsaal was Delta Moon, for a long time no strangers at Rock Times. And in terms of both studio albums and concerts, the band of Tom Gray and Mark Johnson could convince our editors again and again. High time for a small part of the Southwest Division of the magazine to take a closer look at the four musicians from Georgia. I’ll certainly not anticipate too much, except to mention here that it was a terrific evening.
That a piece like “You Gotta Move” (probably best known in the version of the Rolling Stones album Sticky Fingers) should come fantastic as hell from the two slide guitars of this combo probably should not be a big surprise. And in the number “Who Do You Love” that night whoever felt no jerks in the pelvic area probably needed no help in terms of love and lived an active life. Not only the band, but the entire Ducsaal was vibrating.
After the end of the concert, the amazing Ducsaal emptied quickly, the opportunity presented itself to us to talk extensively with Ducsaal chief Manfred Weber as well as the band members about music and God and the world. Finally, there was not only the birthday of drummer Darren Stanley to celebrate, but also that of the house coming in the next few days! All the best for it, Darren!