Up your ass craaaazy’ boogie blues burners, with Storming Rhythms and Hoodoo shouting jungle noise vocals! That’s the low down beautifully paced and finely constructed swooning trash sound of The Pignose Willy’s.
01.Hoodoo Jungle Blues
02.Plenty o’ Women
04.Woke Up This Morning
05.This Dime Ain’t Yours ( This Dime Is Mine )
09.Never Went To Frisco
10.I Go Down
11.Who’s Calling You Baby, Baby
12.Shake ’em On Down
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The album features much full band accompaniment, exploring sonic reaches of early 70’s era Neil Young, or Richard and Linda Thompson’s first albums, with electric guitars and homemade tube amplifiers, as well as Micah’s familiar acoustic finger-stylings. The Ring of the Rise continues Micah’s relentless efforts to mine future truths from the past, this time hauling out a slab of marble spanning the 1950’s through the 1970’s, veined with slapback echoes, plate reverbs, tube equipment, and hefty old American iron. The sounds are both new and familiar, tugging at a collective consciousness particular to our era, where the past clamors..
His was the voice of the Woodstock generation who asked ‘baby, do you want to go’ in the Canned Heat anthem Going Up the Country. Now Severn Records releases The Blind Owl, a compilation of Alan Wilson’s greatest works with the legendary band he helped form. The Blind Owl features 20 songs of satisfying blues boogie including My Time Ain’t Long, Mean Old World, and the band’s breakout recording On the Road Again, plus Wilson’s prophetic Poor Moon and fan favorite Time Was. In September of 1970 Alan overdosed, making him a member of the 27 Club. Still his legacy remains strong today as proven in this collection of remarkable recordings. The Blind Owl is a must for serious blues collectors as well as fans of 60’s psychedelic rock.
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Sometimes being a ‘tastemaker’ can be tough. You have to slog through thousands of band releases that are neither good or even worth your time (which is usually easily decided by badly written bios, poorly constructed album artwork and poorly produced albums) to get to bands like The Statesboro Revue. Quite simply. Everything about Ramble […]
A great collection of deceptively simple sounds, striking stories, and catchy melodies by this all at once fresh and vintage sounding acoustic powerhouse. Recommended if You Like: Avett Brothers Mumford and Sons Old Crow Medicine Show mp3 320 kbps | 121 MB | UL | CL
Eight years after the release of Rapture Of The Deep, following many rumors later revealed to be unfounded, Deep Purple, one of the most important and influential British rock bands of all time, have confirmed the release of an album completely made of new studio material. After various songwriting sessions in Europe, the band recorded […]
Patti Smith has returned to the poetic-punk format of 1975’s Horses, which the Polar prize committee recently described as “Rimbaud with amps”. Four of Horses’ personnel – Smith, guitarist Lenny Kaye, drummer Jay Dee Daugherty and Television’ Tom Verlaine – are present here. It’s a mixture of pop songs and poetic explorations, aided by the […]
Among my earliest childhood memories are those of Dad playing the guitar in our spacious living room with Mom, my three older brothers, our sole sister, and me, as the enthralled audience. Dad thrummed his old F-hole Epiphone with a bouncing right hand as we skipped and waltzed the length of the house, the brothers […]
Two virtuosos of the strings sought and found each other: On the one hand, the master guitarist from Mönchengladbach, Joscho Stephan, on the other, the German-New-Zealander double bass player Olivier Holland. Ever since the 1990s,the paths of these two exceptional musicians have crossed in joint projects. The two artists always find new ideas and inspiration […]