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Richie Milton - Skiffleodeon EP / Can't Stop Rockin' EP (2012/2013)

29-11-2015, 19:05
Music | Blues | Country | Rock


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Title: Skiffleodeon EP / Can't Stop Rockin' EP
Year Of Release: 2012/2013
Label: Right Track Records
Genre: Rockin' Blues, Blues Country
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 35:55
Total Size: 101 MB
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Tracklist:
1. That Rock Island Line (5:01)
2. Chicken In The Yard (2:19)
3. Dont Know Where I'm Going (2:55)
4. Ms. Sippie Brown (2:31)
5. BBQ Chicken And Wine (3:09)
6. Pulling All The Boozers Down (3:04)

Richie Milton and Bill Farrows "Milton-Farrow Skiffle+Blues Band"present six great originals on this Right Track Records EP release. Opening with a potted history of Skiffle music "That Rock Island Line"tells the story of Lonnie Donegans landmark classic recording. Followed by the down home front porch sound of "Chicken in the Yard" the EP goes on to include a jazzabilly track featuring great picking from Bill Farrow, a savoury "BBQ Chicken and Wine" and then finishes with a rockin' nod to Chas'n'Dave with "Pulling all the Boozers Down". It's helped along with award winning ex-Yardbird harmonica wizz Alan Glen, steady Eddie Masters on double bass, Chuck Berry sideman and regular Swinging Blue Jean, Graham Hollingworth on drums and piano playing Roundel Studio producer Roger Cotton all adding their magic to this lively and entertaining EP.


Richie Milton - Skiffleodeon EP / Can't Stop Rockin' EP (2012/2013)


Tracklist:
1. Lonely Saturday Night (2:50)
2. Robot Mama (2:40)
3. More Than You'll Ever Know (2:53)
4. Tiger Girl (3:05)
5. I Owe It All To You (2:44)
6. Mama Keeps Rockin' (2:40)

It's back to the fifties with this rocking' and rolling R&B E.P. Richie Milton spent the first ten years of his life hearing records by stars like Fats Domino, Little Richard, Jerry Lee Lewis, Chuck Berry and the Big Bopper and the vibe has stayed with him throughout his long career. With a rocking rhythm section of Eddie Masters on double bass and Ed Spevock on drums, stinging electric guitar from Graham Taylor and classic rock'n'roll piano and saxes from Steve King, this E.P. is a must for all rhythm and blues fans and jivers everywhere!


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