MP3 Hot String Trio - Atomic Bar & Grill
Komplettes MP3 Album von Hot String Trio
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Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: Swing, Jazz Violin, Upright Bass, Guitar, Clarinet, Hot Club, Retro,
Käufer, die sich für (Stephan Grappelli Dan Hicks Johnny Gimble) interessieren sollten sich dieses Album anhören.
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Hot String Trio
Acoustic Swing at its best, with a little Hot Club, Dan
Hicks, Sinatra, and echoes of Bob Wills, and some of
the best Violin since Stephan Grappelli, and Johnny Gimble, played by Violinist Denny Jones. Leader founder Denny Earnest handles all guitar and writing, and vocal chores, with the bottom end being laid down by Upright Bassist Bill Watson. These guys have been around for a while they were the core members of "Deadly Earnest Band" early 80’s on Pacific Arts Records a label started by Michael Nesmith in coordination with Warner Brothers. The boys just had to get together and do it just one more time, resulting in "Atomic Bar and Grill"
The title is a song about Denny’s family owned establishment the "Atomic Bar", a real place in Wadsworth OH though Denny for song license makes it in Nevada to give it the proper vibe.
"I always remembered the Marilyn Monroe poster on the wall, the Seaberg Wall-o-matic jukebox, it all seemed so Art Deco, that I just had to get it in a song. I always thought Tom Waits could have done a good job on this one", Denny says.
The trio expands a little with a Clarinet player Jim Frigio, makes you think of Benny Goodman
sometimes, imagine Benny with just a guitar and Upright Bass, another tune "Bartender Lou" is another song that features Clarinet a story of a Bartender Lou who traveled the "Boardwalks" of Red Bank NJ down to New Orleans.
Song #13 is an old Deadly number "Stray Cats Home" that had a re-mix to give it birth in the Digital world, Denny had help from Star Smith on vocals, produced by LA’s Danny Sheridan who was an early band member.
So for lovers of Swing, Acoustic music, and just plain fun, pop this little CD in your player,
oh yeah by the way the intro to "Stray Cat" features some real artiness, sounds of footsteps and "turning on" an old turntable, and you can hear the record drop.....into the past......