Their seventh album "Into the Red" features 14 brand new songs, written and produced by the band. Sporting a wide variety of song styles, the Broers continue their tradition of pushing the bounds of the blues to new extremes.

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1) Into the blue Bebop free jazz improvisation with solos all round
2) Slowly but Shirley Brassed-up pop rock ala Simon Orange
3) Who's that knocking? Big band blues in the Memphis vein
4) My baby left me Classic skiffle with tea-chest, washboard and harmonica
5) Fire and Brimstone Gospel faith music in the Blues Brothers church scene tradition
6) It's getting worse Smooth jazz served up on a reality sandwich
7) Caroline Somerset West African vibe with a world music feel
8) Ode to Stellenbosch Square-dancing material featuring both kinds of music - Country AND Western
9) Mother of all fools A tribute to James Brown and his soul-funk brand
10) Let it rain Quiet ballad appropriate for a video full of seagulls, beaches and Timotei girls
11) My black dog Hard blues in the tradition of the Allman Brothers or early ZZ Top
12) Jungle Bells Tongue-in-cheek Christmas carol with African flavour and cast
13) One more A tribute to the great WIllie Dixon, writer of the finest blues tunes of all time
13) Right between the eyes A big-band production not far off from Laura Nyro or Blood Sweat and Tears