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Cockadoodledon't

2 août 2007 | Format : MP3

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mélange vitaminé de blues dégoulinant d'harmonica, de bluegrass rejouissant, de country et de punk rock hargneux. Ils ont tout digéré et nous le rende tout chaud. Le mélange est loin d'etre indigeste, et le pire, c'est qu'ils jouent tres bien... Aucun titre à jeter. A ecouter en boucle, comme les precedents.
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HASH(0x91e400a8) étoiles sur 5 Shakes My Shack 4 août 2004
Par Gianmarco Manzione - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Ever wonder what it might be like to hear Elvis roaring over a mosh-pit on the moon? Well, you've clicked on the right link! If the epic duststorms of the Grapes of Wrath-era American plains ever had a soundtrack, this would be it. Featuring a tornado on harmonica and a locomotive on electric guitar, this album is a frenzied storm of sound from start to finish. Reinventing Slim Harpo with a sizzling take on "Shake Your Hips," these guys don't just shake the shack down; they char the ground it stood on. Not since Muddy Waters has anyone played the harmonica so rudely; the album plays like an audible time warp -- some lost great LP from the famed "Chess" label of Muddy, Howlin' Wolf, Little Walter, Slim and Bo, perhaps. Equally as astonishing as this album's energy is the musical range it navigates. Addictive boogie-woogie blues like "Hunkerdown" and especially "CB Song" launch effortlessly into the ragtime hysterics of "Help Me From my Brain." Appealing to people from every destination along the spectrum of musical tastes, The Shackshakers serve up something for everyone. If their Tom Waits-ish clang doesn't drag you into the maelstrom of their glory, then maybe the banjo/fiddle freakouts will do the trick. This is the kind of stuff that can transform a Friday night game of bingo into a good old-fashioned rave.
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HASH(0x91e26114) étoiles sur 5 Awesome stuff 11 juillet 2004
Par Ryan McNabb - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I discovered this bunch of Yay-hoos when I was trying to find out who recorded the awesome, slimey, bluesy number I heard on a certain Geico insurance commercial. It was these guys, and the song is called "CB Song". Tone deaf friends would tap their toes to it - it was the hoochie coo anthem of the dark side of human existence. The Shack Shakers populate a twisted landscape of night creatures, where hillbillies run from lynch mobs, the Devil holds auctions on Saturday night, and cockfighting is the national sport. Awesome, bent stuff that is sure to get under your skin like a tattoo and ruin you for the vapid, uninspired garbage they play on the radio these days. These guys are ORIGINAL, a term you don't often apply to popular music. Do yourself a big favor and grab this album. Words don't do any justice - just play the cuts you can listen to here and see if you don't agree this is a cut above the regular bump and grind.
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HASH(0x91d33444) étoiles sur 5 Southern fried boogie 3 juin 2004
Par Daniel Charles Hein - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The Legendary Shack Shakers let loose with some of the most energetic rockabilly/blues/bluegrass you'll ever hear. Add a dash of punk rock to that mix too. JD Wilkes can really blow the harp too. Picture the Reverend Horton Heat meets Slim Harpo and a bit of Bill Monroe and MC5. Check out their version of Slim Harpo's "Shake Your Hips". It's got the spirit of the original, yet is done way over the top (in a good way). Hear they put on a great show too, so if you get a chance go see 'em.
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HASH(0x91d218d0) étoiles sur 5 These Guys Ain't Slowing Down! 10 octobre 2010
Par Stanley Runk - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Cockadoodledont is a natural step forward from the band's previous album, Hunkerdown. It also seems to be a fan favorite. This time around, Col JD Wilkes is working with alt. country(don't you friggin hate that genre label?) singer/guitarist, Joe Buck, who would later go on to do a solo career and work with Hank III. The results are outstanding! Lightning can strike twice, and harder! This time around Wilkes and Co. add some new elements to the mix-We have more Bluegrass, more Punk, and more Swampy Southern Rock. Plus some goofy stuff I can't really even categorize! Lyrics are getting more demented and crazy as well. The production is still raw, but slicker than on Hunkerdown, but it sounds great. The album is rather short(like all Shack Shakers albums), but there's not a stinker in the bunch, and it's so much better for a band to leave you wanted more than to bore the hell out of you. And if you dig American roots music with an edge, Cockadoodledont will certainly NOT bore the hell out of you.
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HASH(0x91d2184c) étoiles sur 5 crazy hillbilly music!! 12 juin 2003
Par blake scott - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
These guys rule! This disc is a must for fans of Rev. Horton Heat or anything on Fat Possum. I saw this band open for The Black Keys and they blew the roof off the place! When i went out during the set break to buy the CD there was the lead singer wandering around looking for PBR in a can. I knew right then this was a great band.
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