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Rory Danger and the Danger Dangers – The Age of Exploration (2014)

12-10-2014, 07:14
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Rory Danger and the Danger Dangers – The Age of Exploration (2014)

Artist: Rory Danger and the Danger Dangers
Title Of Album: The Age of Exploration
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Warning
Genre: Rock, Roots Rock, Rockabilly
Quality: Mp3 | Flac
Bitrate: 320 kbps | Lossless
Total Time: 55:08 Min
Total Size: 135 Mb | 299 Mb


1. Discovery Begins
2. Danger Danger
3. One One One
4. The Deckhand's Lament
5. Shackleton's Diary
6. Tongue Tied
7. Teenage Exploration
8. Primordial Living
9. Call of the Wild
10. Parlour Tricks
11. Cirque Dangereux
12. Guts, Glory, Gallantry
13. Red On the Head
14. Boxing Day
15. World's Most Dangerous Museum
16. Mt. Longstaff
17. Mello Waxophone
18. Cat Man
19. Hail Dangeria
20. 500 Miles
21. Homeward Bound
22. Danger Danger (Reprise)
23. Wayfaring Stranger
24. Bye Bye

“This record is insane... Think rockabilly circus with ties to the Shackleton exploration, danger, true love, danger, teenage make-out sessions, danger, Paul Simon with a sprinkling of danger. "

Rory Danger, the extravagantly extroverted singer of theatrical rockabilly ensemble Rory Danger & the Danger Dangers, bears more than a passing resemblance to Aurora Nealand, the sophisticated, bilingual, traditional jazz singer, clarinetist and saxophonist. Similarly, Danger Dangers guitarist Spike Danger could, in a certain light, be mistaken for Spencer Bohren, the respected folk-blues troubadour. And drummer D’Ranger Danger could pass for Andre Bohren, Spencer’s son and the drummer of Johnny Sketch & the Dirty Notes.
Each bandmember boasts a previously established career and reputation. But as Rory Danger & the Danger Dangers, they assume alternate identities. In keeping with the album’s theme, the gig represents a new frontier for the Danger Dangers. Previously, they have performed only in Bywater and on Frenchmen Street. “Now we’re creeping across Esplanade Avenue,” observed D’Ranger Danger, aka Andre Bohren, recently. “Who knows? We may cross Canal one day.”
The seeds of the Danger Dangers were sown after Hurricane Katrina, when Nealand joined Johnny Sketch & the Dirty Notes for a couple months on the road. At some point, she shared with Bohren her desire to start a rockabilly band, even though she didn’t know much about rockabilly...

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