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King Pug - Grocery (2014)

22-10-2014, 09:55
Music | Blues | Rock



King Pug - Grocery (2014)

Artist: King Pug
Title Of Album: Grocery
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Rock/Blues
Label: Self Produced
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 44:34
Total Size: 106 Mb

Tracklist:
1. The Next Time I See You (4:27)
2. 38 Times (4:35)
3. Flying High (3:22)
4. Didn't Make It (2:36)
5. Why Dya Bite Me Like That (4:32)
6. Lipstick On A Snake (4:06)
7. End Of Me (1:25)
8. End Of Me 2 (4:32)
9. The Kitchen (4:48)
10. Suckin In (Fat And Sweaty Version) (3:38)
11. Mind On Me (3:25)
12. Love Train Coming (3:01)

King Pug was started by British singer, songwriter and producer Dave Wilkinson in the summer of 2013. Wilkinson's work as a session musician and producer had required a deep understanding of many genres of music, but his urge to get "back to basics" led him to ask long time friend and collaborator Caspar St. Charles to fill the drum stool. The two musicians had a pretty long list of session gigs behind them including work with Sharon Jones, Jackson Browne, Brian Jackson (Gil Scott Heron), George Brath (Blue Note Records), Charlie Wood, Geoff Young (Sting, Steely Dan), Hook Herrera (Allman Brothers, Richie Sambora.) Wilkinson had also spent the past 4 years working solo under the name David Philips and touring Europe extensively to promote his solo records. Their mastery of may styles from Be Bop to Hard Rock help give King Pug their unique and tight sound.
2 digital only E.Ps, "Borneo Mint Shave" and "Water Pressure" were released on Black and Tan records in Holland, recorded and produced by Wilkinson in the duo's own Dog House Studio. Their first full length "Grocery", once again totally self produced by Wilkinson, was self released in October 2014.
King Pug make raw, groovy, hook heavy blues rock. For them the song is just as important as the riff or the sound of the record. "With good songs you've won half the battle."





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