Damage is the eighth studio album by American punk blues band Blues Explosion, released in 2004. This is the first album that the band has released under the abbreviated name "Blues Explosion" rather than their previous name, "The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion". Spencer said about the band name change: "It's always been a band, never a solo project, The name change honors a band that allows the three of us to make music for a while
Talk About The Blues Lyrics. it right now I’m gonna talk about the blues Ughh Rolling Stone magazine Coming on the phone baby Talk about that Fashion, haa! Ughh (I use that microphone like a plumber use a tool). Release Date October 20, 1998. ACME The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion.
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Studio album by. Jon Spencer - lead vocals, guitar, theremin. Judah Bauer - guitar, backing vocals. Russel Simins - drums. Additional Personnel. Kurt Hoffmann - tenor saxophone. Frank London - trumpet. John Linnell - baritone saxophone. Talk About the Blues". New Year (Destroyer)".
Listen to music from The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion like Bellbottoms, Wax Dummy & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion. This bass-less combo had their breakthrough in 1993 with the album "Extra Width" on Crypt Records. The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion is an American garage rock band, which was formed in New York in 1990.
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The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion (album). The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion is the debut album by the New York City-based eponymous band. Few copies of the album were produced; however, some songs are featured on the album Crypt Style, released one year after.
The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, Talk About the Blues (1998). I guess it was related to Rolling Stone. It was spurned on from an interview I did with Joe Levy, who was some guy I knew because we used to work together at Details. Rolling Stone was doing a blues issue, so I did an interview with him for the blues issue. And the interview went fine, but beforehand I got really nervous and worked myself up and that song was written from that anxiety or tension. At that time we were also starting to get dogged by questions of authenticity and our right to do whatever we were doing. We always call it "the black album. A tribute to Prince's Black Album. We wrote tons and tons of stuff and it was a proper studio, so it was all being recorded. You know, it's one of the few overtly political songs.
The group consisted of Judah Bauer on guitar, backing vocals, harmonica and occasional lead vocals, Russell Simins on drums and Jon Spencer on vocals, guitar and theremin. Their musical style is largely rooted in rock and roll although it draws influences from punk, blues, garage, rockabilly, soul, noise rock, rhythm and blues and hip hop. They released nine official studio albums, collaborative records with Dub Narcotic Sound System and . Burnside as well as numerous live, singles, out-take albums, compilations, remix albums and, in 2010, a series of expanded reissues.