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Dance Hall Pimps - The Dead Don’t Walk (2013)

19-11-2013, 18:04
Music | Blues | Rock | Alternative

Dance Hall Pimps - The Dead Don’t Walk (2013)

Artist: Dance Hall Pimps
Title Of Album: The Dead Don’t Walk
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Growling Moon Records
Genre: Blues Rock, Alternative
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 34:48
Total Size: 80 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Safe Place To Land (3:43)
02. Love Ain't Just A Feelin' (3:42)
03. The Dead Don’t Walk (3:02)
04. No Survivors (3:30)
05. Bootleg (3:12)
06. Sorrow (4:15)
07. Can't Play That Game (3:09)
08. Population 100 (3:45)
09. Voodoo Bar (Feat. Jimmie Wood) (3:13)
10. Ain't Dyin' In My Sleep (3:14)

The Dance Hall Pimps emerged from the underground cabaret scene in 2010 and they soon became a cult favorite along the Sunset Strip with a monthly residency at On the Rox. Their energy and intensity attracted instant attention, and once the word got out, and the band was signed to Lakeshore records and released its debut LP, Beast for Love, in 2012.

With this second studio album (on Growling Moon Records) the Dance Hall Pimps adds harmonica to round out the blues rock sound that has evolved from the band’s cabaret roots and they enlisted the help of a few friends to really take things to the next level. Jimmie Wood lends his unmistakable pipes to “Voodoo Bar” and plays harp on three other tracks. Terry Ilous of Great White and XYZ and James-Paul Luna of Holy Grail add metallic tenor to songs such as “Can’t Play That Game” and “No Survivors,” creating a killer blend with RJ’s powerful baritone. And there’s a special dedication at the heart of the album. The Dance Hall Pimps dedicate the album to Roxy assistant manager and talent booker, actor, and painter Jeff Cahill who tragically passed in January 2013.

Who are the musicians who make up the unique Dance Hall Pimps Sound?

Dance Hall Pimps
RJ Comer – vocals/banjo/guitar
Jeff Jourard – lead guitar
Steve Carr – saxophone/clarinet/flute
Vic “Baron” Migenes – drums
Eddie Fish – bass/vocals

Key Players
Daniel Alexander – keyboards
Philip Fiorio – trumpet

Featured Additional Players
Jimmie Wood – harmonica, vocals
James Paul Luna – back-up vocals
Terry Ilous – back-up vocals
Paul Ill – bass

What the Dance Hall Pimps deliver on their second album is a superior line-up of talent focused on building and driving a monster musical machine until the wheels fall off. Bordering on anarchy, but never missing a beat, The Dead Don’t Walk is an all-time great album from a contemporary group of misfits who unite for the common cause of rock and roll devastation. In this world of auto-tune and studio tricks it’s easy to forget how great a band of straight-up talented players can be when they team up like this. This is an album that deserves some attention, respect and submission - Very Highly Recommended.

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