The Juke Joint Pimps & The Gospel Pimps – Boogie the Church Down (2011)

Posted by Green on January 11, 2019as


The Juke Joint Pimps meet their alter Ego the Gospel Pimps , trashed Up wild frantic Raw Rhythm n Blues chicago stlyE ( the Juke Joint Pimps) meets Holy grail Preaching Gospel action Louisiana soul ( the Gospel Pimps) not only on that record as well live on stage the Band Jumps into two Suits.. once the buzz guzzler and sinner Juke joint pimps and getting saved by Gospel music the Gospel Pimps with authentic Gospel Choir and Roman Catolic preacher uniforms brings you that band the perfect match in both styles.. what does a sinner want more the whole album starts up with EAT FOR ME a song that could be written by R.L. Burnside back in the days when Fat Possum was still a good interesting label , and has slow songs as well like the I NEED MY BABY or SWEETEST HYMNS the flipside of the album is dominated by the gospel music of the early and mid 50’s THE STAPLE SINGERS the Peacock catalogue inspired them to do such a recording..invited a gospel chir into the studio and start recording I FEE GUILTY is a fine example of very strange gospel and raw rhythm n blues .. sung by sinners snf for the outcast

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