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The NightPorters - Rollercoaster (1999)

17-07-2014, 16:27
Music | Blues | Rock

The NightPorters - Rollercoaster (1999)

Artist: The NightPorters
Title Of Album: Rollercoaster
Year Of Release: 1999
Genre: Rockin' Blues, Rockabilly Blues
Label: Indigo UK
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 48:25
Total Size: 114 Mb
Covers: Front & Back

01. Just Keep Loving Her (3:14)
02. Stay Out All Night Long (3:17)
03. Slowdown (4:34)
04. That's What You Do to Me (3:04)
05. I Want You (5:13)
06. Until My Baby Left Me (I Didn't Know My Mind) (4:30)
07. Switchback (2:04)
08. Everybody's in the Mood (2:55)
09. Baby Please (3:56)
10. I'm Going to Change My Whole Direction (If I Make It Through the Night) (6:43)
11. Wang Dang Doodle (3:23)
12. Cathedral Blues (1:11)
13. Catfish (4:17)

The Nightporters formed as a group in 1993 and have continued with the same stable line-up to the present day. Their home base is South Devon in the South West of England - a tourist based region with no particular music scene or musical heritage. Isolated from the mainstream Blues scene of London and other British cities, The Nightporters have gradually developed a unique sound all of their own.

All four members of the band have a mutual interest in Blues, 1950s Americana and British RnB. Like most British kids of the same age, they had grown up listening to Ska / Two-Tone, the early 80s Rockabilly stuff and good time Punk Rock! This, naturally, has had some bearing on their chosen musical direction.

The Nightporters rapidly became a popular attraction in the pubs and clubs of the South West but national recognition grew following a showcase appearance at The Great British RnB Festival, Colne, Lancashire in 1996. In 1997, The Nightporters recorded their first radio session for the Paul Jones Blues Show on Radio 2. Their electrifying stage performances were now the talk of the British Blues scene.

Their first CD "Feelin' Good" was recorded in just four days at Sawmills Studio, Cornwall. This "retro" style studio had become very popular with a younger generation of British guitar bands. Oasis, Stone Roses and Supergrass had all recorded there, to name but a few. An eight track album of non-originals, "Feelin' Good" was released on the Wang label in the summer of 1997.

By now, the band had given up their day jobs. Europe beckoned when "Feelin' Good" became a surprise top selling Blues CD in Belgium. During 1998, The Nightporters toured constantly. They were now a headline act at many European Festivals.

In 1999, The Nightporters signed a long term world-wide album deal with Indigo Records, thereby securing their position as one of the UK's premier Blues acts. The "Rollercoaster" CD was released on 20th September 1999 to critical acclaim. It was recorded at Applestone Studios, Torquay, Devon between January and March of that year. The CD contains thirteen tracks, six of which are original compositions. Special guests on the album were Ben Waters, who played piano on three tracks and Johnny Dyke, who played Hammond B3 organ.

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