Endless Boogie - Full House Head download album
Full House Head by Endless Boogie, released 24 July 2010 1. Empty Eye 2. Tarmac City 3. Slow Creep 4. Mighty Fine Pie 5. Top Dollar Speaks His Mind 6. Pack Your Bags 7. New Pair of Shoes 8. A Life Worth Leaving. Thank you. Includes unlimited streaming of Full House Head via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. 2. Tarmac City 04:55.
Artist: Endless Boogie Title Of Album: Full House Head Year Of Release: 2010 Label: No Quarter Genre: Psychedelic Blues-Rock Quality: FLAC (tracks+.
Strona Główna Rock, Metal Endless Boogie Endless Boogie - Full House Head (2010). Endless Boogie - Full House Head (2010). Sobota, 19 Marzec 2011 09:27 Wpisany przez bluesever. Ocena użytkowników:, 1 Słaby Świetny. 1. Empty Eye 9:38 2. Tarmac City 4:55 play 3. Slow Creep 10:49 4. Mighty Fine Pie 6:28 5. Top Dollar Speaks His Mind 8:30 6. Pack Your Bags 8:36 7. New Pair Of Shoes 4:47 play 8. A Life Worth Leaving 22:36. Over the course of the last decade, Brooklyn quartet Endless Boogie have seemed about as interested in changing course as they have in associating with their peers. While very much a rock and roll band, theirs is a very singular sound, centred around the well-worn art of the electric boogaloo and pretty much ignoring anything that has happened in the musical world since at least 1975.
Full House Head, Endless Boogie's second album, is low on words and solos, and very high indeed on its own degenerate momentum.
Blues Rock Endless Boogie. Band Name Endless Boogie. Album Name Full House Head. Released date July 2010. Music StyleBlues Rock. Members owning this album4.
Endless Boogie lives up to their moniker with a hard-chooglin’ sophomore album where almost every song plays past the eight-minute mark. Full House Head is a time machine of bastardized blues-rock and Southern-steeped swagger resonating without anachronistic tones – from the opening Empty Eye it sounds like these tunes could have been mixed in the early ‘70s by Frank Zappa (who would have enjoyed their Captain Beefheart-esque attack on roots-rock). Though throughout Full House Head Matt Sweeney follows a Neil Michael Hagerty approach to emulating his guitar heroes via forward thinking.