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    Mr. Whiz
    I Wanna Go CD

    Stripped down Rockabilly & Hillbilly Swing.
    This trio take Carl Perkins' Rockabilly, Hank Williams Hillbilly, Bob Wills Western Swing and Merle Travis' guitar picking, and blend it all together with their own original songs.

    Review by Fred Turgis - Jumpin' from 6 to 6
    This Spanish trio (guitar, light drums mostly played with brushes and double bass) plays an excellent brand of roots music they call Hillbilly Swing and it suits them well. They mix influences from Hank Williams (All My Life Is Gone) to Johnny Burnette (Million Dollar Gang is a wild rocker in the vein of Train Kept A Rollin') and Charlie Feathers. In between one can find City Light, a bluegrass influenced number with two parts harmonies and "When I Left El Paso" that reminds of the great Marty Robbins with lyrics (by the way the lyrics are included) like "But at night bad luck came to my life / When a fight started my knife had to shine / the blood in my hand and his body on the flor / the sheriff's son is dead and my soul went down" . You'll also find some Johnny Cash with the cover of "Leave that junk alone" and his trademark boom-chica-boom rhythm is featured on "When Love Calls On You". The name of the band comes from guitar virtuoso Jerry Reed, and guitar player Jos


    • 1I Wanna Go
    • 2High Class Wedding
    • 3Leave That Junk Alone
    • 4Dark Swamp
    • 5City Lights
    • 6Million Dollar Gang
    • 7Otro Coraz?n
    • 8When I Left El Paso
    • 9When Love Calls On You
    • 10I Wanna Be A Millionaire
    • 11All My Life Is Gone.

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