Bob Reuter & Kamikaze Cowboy - Down In America album flac
Bob Reuter-vocals, acoustic guitar Robin Allen-electric guitar Bob Trammel-drums Rick Nolte-bass Produced by Walt Whitney 11/91-1/92 St Louis, Mo.
Bob Reuter-vocal, acoustic guitar Robin Allen-electric guitar Bob Trammel-drums Rick Nolte-bass Produced by Walt Whitney 11/91-1/92 St Louis, Mo.
released August 26, 2013. Kamikaze Cowboy is: Bob Reuter - Gutiar and vocals Mike Martin - Bass John Horton - Guitar Mike Enderle - Drums. Recorded by Mike Martin. As a musician, Bob Reuter was seminal in laying the groundwork for St. Louis' underground rock & roll scene as well as the alt-country boom of the early 90s. Bob is also a radio DJ (Bob's Scratchy Records, KDHX), a photographer, and a writer.
Kamikaze Cowboy - Hurry Sundown (CD, Album). Cowboy Angel Records. Bob Reuter & Kamikaze Cowboy. Bob Reuter & Kamikaze Cowboy - Down In America (CD, Album). Instruments & Performance.
Get ready for the mud and the muck, baby! Here's a sneak-peak of our upcoming music video "Swampland". 38. 8. Hey there folks! The year 2016 is coming to an end and we only have one more show to play
His bands the Dinosaurs, Kamikaze Cowboy and, most recently, Alley Ghost, were among the most revered acts in town. Reuter was moving into a downtown loft when he fell to his death down an elevator shaft. I was his drummer, he was my best friend, we traveled the country together, played rock & roll," bandmate Bass Amp, who was on the scene when the tragedy occurred, told KSDK.
The Cowboy Bebop anime series was accompanied by a number of soundtrack albums composed by Yoko Kanno and Seatbelts, a diverse band Kanno formed to create the music for the series, with a principal focus in jazz. The recordings were an international effort with many notable names attached, including that of recording engineer Rudy Van Gelder. The soundtrack was released in the American market by Victor Entertainment, a subsidiary of JVC Kenwood.
Cowboy Bebop is the very first soundtrack album for the anime of the same name recorded by the Seatbelts. The album mostly includes instrumental Jazz pieces, including the anime's opening theme song Tank!, however, Rain is the only song on the album to contain singing vocals. The back cover of the CD album contained a short description of The Seatbelts and a quote from Yoko Kanno. Categories: The Seatbelts Albums.
Listen to music from Bob Reuter's Alley Ghost like Billy Brown, Already Used Me Up & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Bob Reuter's Alley Ghost. Bob Reuter's Alley Ghost is a group of younger musicians from Big Muddy Records bands backing the godfather of the St. Louis scene since 2008. At first, the band consisted of Bob Reuter on guitar and vocals, Mat Wilson on odd blues guitar, Ryan Koenig on harp, banjo-lin and percussion (both from Rum Drum Ramblers) Chris Baricevic (Johnny O & The Jerks) on stand up snare drum and Chris Powers (7 Shot Screamers) on stand up bass.
Lay it Down was a studio album by the Canadian band Cowboy Junkies. Released on February 27, 1996, it was the group's first album for Geffen Records after the end of their contract with RCA Records. It was the band's first album that could be described as straight-ahead rock, rather than country rock, country or blues. It was also their first album consisting entirely of original material, with no covers. A Common Disaster" and "Speaking Confidentially" were notable hits for the band on Canadian radio. The album also includes two versions of the track "Come Calling", which is presented in male and female versions representing two sides of a relationship of an elderly couple, dealing with the pain and anguish of Alzheimer's disease
|1||Girl Like You||3:44|
|5||After The Party||3:53|
|10||Just A Little Bit||4:35|
|11||After The Money From Momma Was Gone||3:38|
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- Marketed By – Music Masters, St. Louis
- Recorded At – Broom Factory Studios
- Mastered At – Music Masters, St. Louis
- Bass, Vocals, Keyboards, Mandolin, Electric Guitar, Engineer, Producer – Mike Martin
- Drums, Percussion – Mike Enderle
- Guitar, Vocals, Photography – Bob Reuter
- Keyboards – Jim Brennan
- Layout, Image Editor – Greg Trampe
- Lead Guitar, Bass, Banjo – John Horton
- Mandolin, Fiddle – Andy Ploof
- Photography – Elizabeth Halley Melching, Susan Johnson
- Piano – Cheryl Stryker
- Tape – Mervin Schrock
- Vocals, Mastered By – Jack Petracek
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