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Spyderhuff | Never Am I Full - Gluttony | Sin7 | Soul Gazing | Blues
Spyderhuff | Never Am I Full - Gluttony | Sin7 | Soul Gazing | Blues

Spyderhuff – Never Am I Full | Soul Gazing

Absolute mastery of lyrics. Absolute mastery of human sentiment. An artist who can see into your soul. An artist who can see their own soul. An artist with the most soul – Spyderhuff! This track is an absolute masterpiece! A gem for when you need to just sit down and understand whats going on in your life. There comes a time for every person, when they feel a pain that digs deeper than the physical. A feeling that you can’t shake off. A hunger you cant stave, a pain you cant heal and a cold you cant seem to fight! This is for those times. To remind you that its not your body but your soul that needs healing!

Spyderhuff members are Tom Kuhr (vocals, guitar, harmonica, sax, synth), Don Beyer (bass, synth), Jim Pauli (drums), Joey Gaydos (guitar), Tony Mitchell (congas, bongos, drums, backing vocals), and Julie Noe (backing vocals).

What’s up with the name Spyderhuff?

“Being raised in the Detroit area, one gets immersed in automotive history. Ed ‘Spider’ Huff worked with Henry Ford when they both were employed at the Detroit Edison powerplant in the 1890s. Ed was a self-taught genius concerning all things electrical and Henry would later use his talents for the development of the early ignition systems on all Ford cars. So, the name is a tribute to all the unsung heroes in back rooms hidden from history who make and keep the wheels turning.” – SPYDERHUFF

SIN7 is a very unique concept by Spyderhuff, wherein they release singles talking about the 7 deadly sins. Each song is a tribute to one of the sins. This track is titled – ‘Never Am I Full’ and speaks about gluttony. Gluttony form a metaphysical perspective where the soul is always hungry and it cannot be satisfied with mere physical consumption.

The song has all the cliche blues elements with some very nice guitar work and percussions are out of the box! Its like this song was sung all the way back in the 1860s with amazing influences from the time, making it a true blue soul gazing track! The guitar work is absolutely stunning and just lets you lie down on the grass and gaze at the sky while the sky gazes back into your soul. Do a little soul searching and introspection while you focus on yourself and try to heal your pain!

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