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Coldcock Jones & The Shithawks - Grade 5-12 Blues Band: Live In Chicago! (2014)

6-12-2014, 17:05
Music | Blues | Rock

Coldcock Jones & The Shithawks - Grade 5-12 Blues Band: Live In Chicago! (2014)

Artist: Coldcock Jones & The Shithawks
Title Of Album: Grade 5-12 Blues Band: Live In Chicago!
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Blues Rock, Boogie
Label: Coldcock Jones & The Shithawks
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 63:43
Total Size: 148 Mb
Covers: Front

01. All My Good Drugs (Live) (6:00)
02. Listerine (Never Been Clean) (Live) (5:31)
03. Whiskey & Cocaine (Live) (5:06)
04. Old Milwaukee (Live) (8:03)
05. You'll Be Blue (Live) (4:15)
06. Governor Of Your Pants (Live) (5:27)
07. Real Tight Pussy (Live) (7:26)
08. Dr. Chocolate (Live) (6:59)
09. Feel My Balls (Live) (9:20)
10. Encore (Live. Not The Studio Encore) (5:31)

You may not want to call us a blues band, but we are. Note the number of musicians I've gone through. Nobody goes through that many bodies but blues and jazz bands. 1. We are based out of Chicago. 2. We play the blues. 5. Our relationship with the audience is strained. Coldcock Jones & Lightnin' Deuce Rooster formed The Buttermilk 5 in Peoria, IL in 1958 when they released their debut album, "Stop, Drop & Boogie." Their sophomore release, ten years later, "O' Lord the Things I Done," flopped because they couldn't fit enough albums in the trunk of the Zephyr. There may have been another album around that time. The band resurfaced in 1972 or 1973 with a live album recorded in St. Louis. Chuck Berry fought to have production of the album halted, as he found it stupid, but album was pressed and no one bought it. "Live At St. Louis '72" (or '73) sold 5 or 6 units before the band's bass player, LaVel Brown, left the remaining albums at a music venue. Some shithole in Pekin (Illinois, not China). Coldcock and Lightnin' both worked plenty of solo projects, but with only 8 or 9 blues musicians in Peoria, things moved slowly until they reunited in prison early in 1979. This lead to the creation of Buttermilk 5 Christmas album, "Christmas At Stateville," which was released for charity in 1980. In Spring of 2006, Coldcock woke up in Chicago. Unable to find a ride back to Peoria, he took residence with Chicago rock band, The Last Vegas, and began recruiting musicians and doing a lot of drugs while watching Canadian television programming. When he found the right drugs and musicians, The Shithawks were hatched... and shit on everything.

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