Burn.Flicker.Die. is what has emerged from that scenario for this group of hard working players. After two years of writing, they journeyed to the legendary recording hub which gave birth to some of the greatest blues, country and rock records of all time: Muscle Shoals/Sheffield, AL. Recorded in eight days under the precise hand of friend/tour buddy Jason Isbell, the record is an aptly named milestone for the band, and their most painstaking effort to date. As a long-time Southern rock artisan, Isbell provided a weathered know-how in producing the record American Aquarium is proudest of. Described as a “consequence record” by vocalist BJ Barham, the band spent that week pushing out everything that’s been haunting them: working for six years, watching buzz bands peak and die, and pining for their own payoff.
01. Carlos Santana & Jacoby Shaddix – Smoke On the Water
02. Chickenfoot – Highway Star
03. Glenn Hughes & Chad Smith – Maybe I’m a Leo
04. Black Label Society – Pictures of Home
05. Kings of Chaos – Never Before
06. The Flaming Lips – Smoke On the Water
07. Jimmy Barnes with Joe Bonamassa – Lazy
08. Iron Maiden – Space Truckin’
09. Metallica – When a Blind Man Cries
10. Steve Vai & Glenn Hughes & Chad Smith & Lauchlan Doley – Highway Star
Trapper Schoepp has the ear of a troubadour, the eye of a journalist and the heart of a young poet. He began writing songs at a tender age with startling facility, distilling rock, folk and country traditions into tunes that are at turns spirited and melancholy. Themes ranging from pride of place, love and adventure shine with surprisingly sophisticated metaphors for a songwriter so young. Run, Engine, Run won’t be out of place filed next to other artists distinguished for their early talent like Justin Townes Earle, Ha Ha Tonka and Lucero. Trapper, his brother Tanner, and the rest of their band the Shades offer this album as a love letter to their beloved home state of Wisconsin, and SideOneDummy will release it internationally on September 25, 2012.
Flaco JimEnez – accordion Danny Parks – mandolin Buddy Hyatt – keyboards David Bellamy Howard Bellamy – vocals Wally Dentz – harmonica Carlos Ochoa – charango, quena Kieran McHugh – flute, pennywhistle Randy Hiebert – acoustic guitar Rocky Marvel – timbales mp3 320 kbps | 124 MB | UL | UJ | TB
Tracklist: 01. Ignition 02. ’49 Mercury Blues 03. This Cat’s On a Hot Tin Roof 04. Drive Like Lightning (Crash Like Thunder) 05. 8-Track 06. Slow Down/Folsom Prison Blues 07. Put Your Cat Clothes On 08. Blue Moon of Kentucky 09. Pickpocket 10. Rumble In Brighton 11. Runaway Boys 12. Cry Baby 13. Great Balls […]
Stompin’ Tom started his career in 1964, overcoming a life of poverty and hard knocks to become the revered recording artist he is today. As an officer of The Order of Canada, he has also been honored with the Queen’s Jubilee Medal, The Governor General’s Performing Arts Award and SOCAN’s Lifetime Achievement Award, as well […]