Nasty Boogie | Moanin´at Midnight

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Moanin´at Midnight

by Nasty Boogie

Hot 50´s East Coast Spanish Blues
Genre: Blues: Jump Blues
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1. Crazy West
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2. Stand By Me
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3. I Hear You Knockin´
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4. One More Chance
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5. Woke Up This Morning
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6. Hey Boogie
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7. Nine Below Zero
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8. Up the Line
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9. Lollipop Mama
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10. Just Your Fool
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11. Thirty Days
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12. Too Tired
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13. I Left My Heart in San Francisco
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14. Diddy Wah Diddy
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Nasty Boogie, blues and swing spanish band born in mid-2006. They plays the music from the deep Chicago blues to the rhythm of the Californian West Coast sound, throught by the intensity of the Texas Sound. Their sound remember the old 50's.

Nasty Boogie are:

Daniel Tena a.k.a Hoodoo Man (voice, harmonicas)
Raul Rabadan a.k.a T-Bonski (guitars)
Tonete Puerto a.k.a Mr.Tonete (double bass, bass)
Juanjo Iniesta a.k.a Malasideas (drums)

guests:

Danny Boy: harp on "Just Your Fool"
Francisco Blanco "Latino": saxs on "Stand By Me" and "Lollipop Mama"
David Giorcelli: piano on "Woke Up This Morning", "Nine Below Zero" and "Thirty Days"
Oscar Rabadán: guitar on "Too Tired"
Sergi Escriuman: guitar on "Too Tired"

This is their first record, "Moanin´At Midnight" (2009) recorded at Tigrus Studios (Gandia), and featuring: David Giorcelli, Sergi Escriu, Oscar Rabadan, Danny Boy and Francisco Blanco.

For concerts performances and festivals, please contact:

www.myspace.com/thenastyboogie
nastyboogie@hotmail.com


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Jonas Molina Acebes

50's hot blues stuff!
Amazing blues stuff from Spain! I do love this album, it sounds like the old fifties records.
Very impressive performance and very cool sounding!

Pepe

Review by Pepe Cruz
We speak now of births, birth just taken Nasty Boogie (Raul Rabadán on guitars, Dani Tena, harmonica and vocals, Tonete Puerto on electric bass and Juanjo Malasideas, drums) with their new album Moanin 'at midnight . Certainly a disc you want, as desired children, and to be proud of him.
An album that sounds old, tube sound, and it smells like wood smoke. Smoke released this superb band.

Some of the issues certainly seem to be recorded 40 years ago. Surely worthy of admiration.
It is already known by everyone that the race of these four musicians come from far away. This ensures that a mature disc itself only who is tanning in jams, listen to old records and gigs at things based on bowling and bowling. And it shows much in this record that leads us on a tour with taste Swing, R & B, you know, for 50 years.
You can see on their list of issues where we can find items from original titles to people like BB King, Sonny Boy Williamson, Chuck Berry or Igor Prado.

And for this there is nothing better than to work with great musicians and friends such as Danny Boy, Oscar Rabadán, Sergi Escriu, David Giorcelli and Francisco Blanco. No doubt another example of the familiarity of this work, done with friends which is working best.

Why do a record must be something nice, beautiful and hard but everyone in the music somehow know what it is. Because a record is like a child and there is nothing in life as a wanted child, right?

Pepe Cruz.

raul rabadan

Bad Music Blues Radio Review
"The surprising maturity for a first album."
Normally be given to the people who run many years into the gap, the adjective mature. This first work of Nasty Boogie breaks the paradigm!. A first record full of "job", good taste and impeccable mise en scene. Both graphical wrapper for the care and content information as for collaborations. We face a great album, worthy of a great band. Nasty boys curran to Boogie! and our heartfelt congratulations! for this work!.