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Howling Owl - Let The Dog See The Rabbit (2014)

22-03-2014, 18:44
Music | Blues | Rock

Howling Owl - Let The Dog See The Rabbit (2014)

Artist: Howling Owl
Title Of Album: Let The Dog See The Rabbit
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Howling Owl
Genre: Swamp Blues Rock
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 40:59
Total Size: 100 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Let The Dog See The Rabbit (3:24)
02. I Done (3:17)
03. Fifteen Women (2:26)
04. Snake Hips (3:32)
05. The Devil's Slide (3:30)
06. Roses 'round The Door (4:02)
07. You Say I'm Dreamy (4:38)
08. New Best Friend (3:37)
09. Sweet Angelena's Smile (4:37)
10. Oily Rag (4:01)
11. The Hanging Tree (3:50)

Nick Powell: Howl, Harp, Slide and Rhythm Guitars
Ian Bryant: Lead Guitar
Toby Opperman: Bass, Howl
Matthew Brown: Drums, Howl
Malcolm Haines: Keyboards

To describe Howling Owl as a disparate bunch would be something of an understatement. Varying wildly in both age and geographical roots, this quartet, who have finally found a home in North London, reflect their Heinz 57 personalities through their music.

A hybrid mix of blues, folk, and deep-south swamp rock are all very much part of the Owl experience. Powell positively growls into his microphone lyrics that seem more in keeping with Texas than Tufnell Park: Sex with animals, murder, hangings, bourbon and roadkill, to name but a few. He also looks the part in mirrored shades, shiny suit and Stetson. Brown too wouldn’t look out of place in a Kerouac adventure.

There is however, something quintessentially English about Howling Owl. Bassist Toby Opperman and new guitar-player Ian Bryant both have an air of the quintessential grammar schoolboy about them and it is their personalities that come through more on songs such as “Sunshine Theme” and “Duke Of Uke” (an ode to the Ukele). In short, if you’re after a blinding night out and love your Dr. Hook as well as your Dr. Feelgood, you should make a date with Howling Owl.

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