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44 Shakedown - Honkers! (2015)

22-08-2015, 19:53
Music | Jazz | Blues | Rock

44 Shakedown - Honkers! (2015)

Artist: 44 Shakedown
Title Of Album: Honkers!
Year Of Release: 2015
Genre: Jump Blues, Rockabilly, Swing
Label: Self Released
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 43:19
Total Size: 104 MB
Covers: Front

01. Hokin' (3:11)
02. One Track Love (2:12)
03. Hot Little Mama (3:00)
04. Yes, I'm Loving You (1:43)
05. Gonna Be Your Man (3:11)
06. Americano (3:17)
07. Oil Well, Texas (2:21)
08. Going Back To New Orleans (2:45)
09. I Ain't Drunk (2:39)
10. Miss Your Pretty Face (3:21)
11. Six Button Benny (2:35)
12. Saturday Night Fish Fry (4:33)
13. The Pleasure Is All Mine (2:59)
14. Can't Believe You Wanna Leave (2:54)
15. It's Your Voodoo Working (2:27)

Aram - Guitar, Vocals
Marcel - Stand Up Bass, Vocals
Tim - Saxophones, Vocals
Louis - Saxophones
Benny - Drums

We’re called 44 Shakedown, and we hail from the western part of the Netherlands.

It all started out a few years back, when we got together as a West coast jump blues outfit with a blues harp, played by Jaap van Waardenberg. However, the majority of us felt more attracted by that particular style of 40’s and 50’s black music that rocks hard but is still very melodic. The blues harp player went his own way; we found alto sax player Tim through the internet, and played with him for a couple of years. We also tried adding a piano for a while, but in the end were happy with the sound of just a guitar, as it creates a little more dynamic sound. It was at the premiere of our CD Atomic Jump that we ran into Louis as our additional saxophone player. He was the catalyst we needed to beef up our sound considerably. Since then we operate as a five-piece, with two horns.

You can call the music we play jump blues: it is that in-between period in the late forties and early fifties where black jazz-cats started to invent rock’n’roll, before white folk took that idea and ran with it.

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