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Monday, February 23, 2009

The A-Bones - The Life Of Riley (1+2 Records)


The A-Bones - The Life Of Riley (1+2 Records)

@ 320 kbps - Covers are included

That Jim Sham Rock My Dawgy Heap The Bee Monkey's Uncle Satellite Dish Time Machine Rough Cut She's Gotta Be Boss Jugue El Kabong Button Nose I've Fallen (And I Can't Get Up) Go Betty Go Go Go Go For Louie's Place Darlene Devil Dance A-Bomb Bop Mumbo Jumbo Spinning My Wheels Lug Nuts I'm SNOWED I've fallen (a capella)
Bashing out garage rock years before it was fashionable and rockabilly-influenced sounds as if the Stray Cats had never happened, the A-Bones were a Brooklyn-based five-piece that approached the sloppy greatness of rock & roll's past with a beer-addled enthusiasm that had nothing to do with "oldies" or "nostalgia" and everything to do with the primal impulse to play music that's fast, loud, and wild. Named for a tune by the Trashmen, the A-Bones were led by vocalist Billy Miller and drummer Miriam Linna, who previously bashed it out in the Zantees and were also the brains behind wild-assed pop culture journal Kicks and label Norton Records, both of which reflected the same frantic attitude as their band. (Filling out the lineup were Bruce Bennett on guitar, Mike Lewis and later Marcus "The Carcass" Natale on bass, and Lars Espensen on sax.)

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thankx!!!!!!! Merci beaucoup.

Mr. Trashe said...

tHANKS FOR THIS ONE

Mr. Trashe said...

thanks for this one, The A-bones Really rockin' good taste man!!

Anonymous said...

sweet!!!!!!!!!!!