Jerry Cantrell Boggy Depot


Jerry Cantrell Boggy Depot

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After Alice in Chains, known for its distinctive vocal style, which often included the harmonized vocals between lead singer Layne Staley and Jerry Cantrell, hit a dead end and became inactive after their 1995 self-titled album. So Jerry Cantrell decided to step up to the plate and release something on his own. 'Boggy Depot' features Alice In Chains members Sean Kinney on drums and Mike Inez on bass. Three other well-known bassists also contributed to the album: Rex Brown of Pantera, John Norwood Fisher of Fishbone, and Les Claypool of Primus. Everything that an Alice In Chains fan loves, particularly the morose atmosphere and the dark, grinding guitars, is here in spades

Artist: Jerry Cantrell
Title: Jerry Cantrell Boggy Depot
Condition: Brand New/Sealed
Special Feature:
Album Type: CD
Number Of Discs : 1
Origin: Holland
Case Type: Jewel Case – Standard
Status: In-stock, ships in 1-2 business days.
Product Code: 8718627226940

Track List

    • 1. Dickeye
    • 2. Cut You In
    • 3. My Song
    • 4. Settling Down
    • 5. Breaks My Back
    • 6. Jesus Hands'
    • 7. Devil By His Side
    • 8. Keep the Light On
    • 9. Satisfy
    • 10. Hurt a Long Time
    • 11. Between



The Raw Emotion of Jerry Cantrell's "Boggy Depot"


A Solo Departure


In the wake of Alice in Chains' hiatus, Jerry Cantrell embarked on a solo journey that would yield one of the most emotionally resonant albums of the 1990s. "Boggy Depot," Cantrell's debut solo effort, stands as a testament to his songwriting prowess and the depth of his musical vision.


Exploring Cantrell's Musical Landscape


"Boggy Depot" serves as a departure from the grunge-infused sound of Alice in Chains, delving into a more eclectic sonic palette. Cantrell masterfully blends elements of hard rock, blues, and country, creating a rich tapestry of sound that is both haunting and hypnotic.


The Heart of the Album: Themes of Loss and Redemption


At the core of "Boggy Depot" lies a raw emotional intensity, with Cantrell delving into themes of loss, longing, and redemption. Tracks like "Dickeye" and "Cut You In" pulsate with a sense of urgency, while "My Song" and "Hurt a Long Time" reveal a vulnerability and introspection that is both haunting and cathartic.


Cantrell's Signature Guitar Work

A defining feature of "Boggy Depot" is Cantrell's masterful guitar work, which serves as the driving force behind the album's sonic landscape. From the blistering riffs of "Jesus Hands" to the soulful melodies of "Breaks My Back," Cantrell showcases his versatility as a guitarist, effortlessly shifting between moments of blistering intensity and poignant restraint.


A Collaborative Effort: Cantrell's Musical Allies

While "Boggy Depot" is undoubtedly Cantrell's solo endeavor, he enlists the support of an impressive lineup of musicians to bring his vision to life. From bassist Les Claypool to drummer Sean Kinney, Cantrell's collaborators add depth and dimension to the album, elevating it to new heights of musical excellence.


Legacy and Influence

Though "Boggy Depot" may have flown under the radar upon its release, its impact on the rock landscape is undeniable. Cantrell's fearless exploration of emotion and musicality paved the way for a new generation of artists, proving that true artistry knows no bounds.


A Testament to Musical Integrity

Jerry Cantrell's "Boggy Depot" stands as a testament to the power of music to transcend boundaries and touch the soul. With its raw emotion, masterful musicianship, and fearless exploration of the human experience, "Boggy Depot" remains a timeless classic that continues to resonate with listeners today.


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