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Hazmat Modine - Live (2014)

19-06-2014, 19:15
Music | Blues | World

Hazmat Modine - Live (2014)

Artist: Hazmat Modine
Title Of Album: Live
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Blues, Worldbeat
Label: JARO Medien
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 60:51
Total Size: 144 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Everybody Loves You (Live) (8:34)
02. Something You Got (Live) (7:24)
03. Walking Stick (Live) (7:05)
04. The Tide (Live) (8:00)
05. So Glad (Live) (8:40)
06. Baby Please Don't Go (Live) (8:13)
07. Bahamut (Live) (7:20)
08. Catfish Blues (Live) (5:32)

Hazmat Modine is a band in perpetual motion.To them, timelessness, innovation and inclusiveness trump the trendy and the ephemeral. The very definition of honest-to-goodness American roots music – but also considerably more global and exotic – Hazmat Modine is visually and aurally captivating, continually exploratory, and thoroughly engaging.

Formed in 1998 by Wade Schuman, who writes and sings nearly all of the band’s material and forges their creative direction, Hazmat Modine seamlessly integrates primal, guttural blues, funky, unadulterated old school R&B and myriad sounds from other cultures, absorbed during their constant touring in more than 20 different countries across the world. Schuman says: “Hazmat Modine tries to get to the core of what makes American music work, and American music is informed by the immigrant experience. There’s an organic evolution that takes place. American music is world music in essence since it is a product of the all diasporas that have come here.”

HAZMAT is an American English word for Hazardous Materials. AKA dangerous materials, you see it on the sides of trucks or special trashcans. MODINE is the brand name for an industrial forced air heater unit, the kind that hangs down in garages and artists lofts… the company is in Muncie Indiana… they are both American words, but the sound of them together is rather exotic. People often think HAZMAT is Turkish.

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