Not an Ordinary Night
From the profound to the profane, with a few parts tongue-in-cheek pathos and paranoia thrown in for good measure.
A collection of sexy shuffles, blue-tinted love songs, deviant country ditties, along with a bit of good old rock ’n’ roll and various and sundry other musical offerings.
Featuring (among other things) a mobile home salesman gone mad, a café visited by a seductive apparition, a pair of boots possessed of erotic power, and circus complete with its own jet fighter squadron. Plus, naturally, a few tunes of love, betrayal, and abandonment thrown in for good measure.
Digital downloads are available available from Bandcamp by clicking on this link.
A few samples ...
Dark Cafe (Kemner/Wake) - strange goings-on in a smoky bar. But the best of this story remains untold.
The Greatest Show on Earth (Wake) - a circus with a squadron of F-16s? It's not the circus we grew up with.
Grinnin' in Your Face (Son House) - If you can't trust your friends, who can you trust? The simple truths of this Son House classic resonate with the realities of the 21st century. Featuring John Lagrand playing some spine-tingling harmonica.
Red Boots (Kemner/Wake) - a fashion statement in the key of G minor. With the Twice-Brewed Brass.