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Saturday, February 25, 2012

The Hoochie Coochie Men feat. Jon Lord 2007 Danger - White Men Dancing



Genre: Rock
Rate: 128 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 01:00:29
Size: 55,30 MB

United Kingdom

Artists:

BOB DAISLEY: Bass Guitar, Acoustic Bass, Backing Vocals, Harmonica
TIM GAZE: Guitars, Vocals
ROB GROSSER: Drums and Percussion
JON LORD: Hammond Organ and Piano

Guest vocals:

Ian Gillan performs on Tracks 4 & 7
Jeff Duff performs on Tracks 3 & 11
Jimmy Barnes performs on Tracks 6 & 10


Since leaving Deep Purple John Lord has spent the majority of his time working on his classical projects. The man has talent in those areas, but his hammond organ is what brought him fame with Deep Purple and now with the Hoochie Coochie Men he's back with a blues/rock band.

I have to say that after listening to this album once through I was already so very impressed. It's like all those great blues rock songs of the sixties and seventies were given a modern day recording and engineering treatment. The sound of the guitars, bass, drums, vocals and of course keyboards all come through in a phenomenal sonic performance.

The songs themselves all come off with the touch of musical expertise and genius that you would expect from people who have been in the business some 30 or 40 years. Tim Gaze's vocals and guitar are the perfect sound for these songs and Bob Daisley's bass shows mood and flavour depending on the requirements of the music. On "Hoochie Coochie Man" the bass sounds as dirty and testosterone pumped as the lyrics. Jimmy Barnes delivers a very sexy and hungry vocal to this song too. There are plenty of organ solos and guitar solos, and for added variety guest vocals including the above mentioned Barnes, as well as Jeff Duff and Ian Gillan, who shows he still has it on the song "If This Ain't the Blues". Jeff Duff does justice to "Twisted System", the whole song very well done with an awesome bass intro.

I could continue to rave about each track but to sum things up this is a very impressive piece of work. (P.S. "tsubame")



Tracklist:

01 - The Blues Just Got Sadder 03:34

02 - Gotta Find Me Some Fire 03:57

03 - Twisted System 04:15

04 - Over & Over 08:07

05 - Let It Go 04:16

06 - Heart Of Stone 03:51

07 - If This Ain't The Blues 06:29

08 - Danger White Men Dancing 04:34

09 - Dead Presidents 02:45

10 - Hoochie Coochie Man 04:36

11 - Bottle O' Wine 04:59

12 - Everybody Wants To Go To Heaven 04:25

13 - Tell Your Story Walkin' 04:41





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