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Saturday, March 12, 2011

Unkle Munkle 2003 The Player

Genre: Blues
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:31:08
Size: 71,27 MB

United Kingdom

Unkle Munkle was a highly energetic and acclaimed outfit formed by Craig Giles, Dave Searle and former drummer Keith Hummerston (who was also in The Gutbuckets) during 1997. The band was then joined by James Batchelar on Keyboards and Danny Giles on guitars. After an intense period of time rehearsing up a new set of blues rock covers and original material, the band started playing at venues throughout the South East of England with great success.

The band recorded two albums. The first was `The Dog House Sessions' recorded during 1998 - a mixture of blues covers and self-penned material. The strength of the bands' own material was self-evident on this first release and it was decided that the follow-up album would be made up of completely original material. The release was entitled `The Player' after the title track. All lyrics were written by Craig Giles and the music was written by James Batchelar, Danny Giles and Dave Searle. This sold well at the concerts and the material was received with enthusiasm when played live.

During January 2003 the band adopted a more `bluesy' edge to their music, acquired new drummer Tony Still and decided to change their name to The Chicago Thieves deriving from the bands newly acquired Chicago blues sound. (


01 - The Player 04:50

02 - Fight Night 03:51

03 - Mr. Blues 05:42

04 - Life On The Road 05:20

05 - Whiskey Burnin' Still 05:44

06 - The Player (Reprise) 05:41

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Enjoy the music!
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