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Refried Voodoo Beans

by Voodoo Swing

IF you like your rockabilly smokin' hot with a dose of the blues and a little psychobilly to get yer feet movin', then this is the album for you! Dig it!
Genre: Rock: Rockabilly
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1. Doin 50 Per! (A True Story)
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2. Another Quarter Mile
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4:19 album only
3. Desert Hot Rod Race
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2:53 album only
4. Public Enemy #1
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5. Down with the Blues
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6. The Devil Sent His Daughter
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7. My Wild Cat Walk
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8. Jitterbug all Night Long
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9. Another Lonely Night
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10. Crazy Little Mama
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11. Spoilin' for a Fight
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12. Crazy, Twisted and Sick
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13. Another Quarter Mile Acoustic
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"The V-Swing cats are back in action in a big way and have somehow managed to top their first three super fine discs... " - Big Sandy The desert in Phoenix, Arizona gets hot! Really hot! Smokin’ Hot! The same adjectives can be applied to the hottest rockabilly band in the Southwest desert, Voodoo Swing! Founded in Salt Lake City in 1991, Voodoo Swing has brought its unique brand of rip-it up rockabilly, blues, phsychobilly, and country to Arizona, where they’ve been wowing audiences around the United States and Europe since their return in 2008! 1993 Saw the release of the trio’s first album, “We’re Usin’ Code Names,” which immediately caught the attention of London’s Nervous Records, who picked up distribution of the album that same year. The band’s unique blend of revved up rockabilly, blues, and even a little bit of psychobilly brought the group acclaim all across the globe. The trio’s second album, 1995’s “Well, Okay then!” was picked up by Holland’s “Rockhouse Records,” and continued the trend that saw Voodoo Swing on their way to becoming one of the top rockabilly acts of the 1990’s until personal circumstances forced the band to take an extended break. While the band has replaced original bass player, white trash philosopher, and van driver “Junior,” with Phoenix phenom Wes Hinshaw, the heart of the trio, Shorty on guitar and vocals, and Leeroy on drums, has remained, thankfully, intact. 2008 saw the band return to active playing, recording, and touring with the release of “Greasers por Vida,” on the Cool Cat Productions label. With the release of “Greasers por Vida,” Voodoo Swing quickly re-established itself as a force to be reckoned with in the roots music world, and began a series of highly successful tours of the Western United States in their now legendary 1969 Lincoln Continental with, of course, suicide doors! The trio logged well over 20,000 road miles in the Lincoln in 2009 alone! Having shared the stage over the years with such roots music legends as Big Sandy and His Fly Rite Boys, the Paladins, Lee Rocker, the Blasters, Dick Dale, the Reverend Horton Heat, the Dave and Deke Combo, Russell Scott and his Red Hots, the Hillbilly Hellcats and more, the group has grown into one of the most exciting, albeit sweat drenched, live acts on the road today! 2010 has brought the group to its highest musical plateau’s yet, with the release of their fourth studio album, “ Refried Voodoo Beans,” produced by Olivier Zahm and Voodoo Swing. The album is 12 songs of just what you’ve come to expect from Voodoo Swing, killer rockabilly, blues, country and more all thrown into a blender and poured into a smooth martini glass! Shorty’s certified bad-ass blues-a-billy guitar playing and singing, and Leeroy’s rock solid drumming remain as before, but now the amazing slap bass playing of Wes Hinshaw has been added to the mix! The result is nothing short of a roots-rock masterpiece! The new year has also seen the band catch the attention of legendary Gretsch Guitars and Knucklehead guitar strings, and has the band embarking on multiple tours of Europe and the Western United States. Voodoo Swing is back, and with the release of “Refried Voodoo Beans,” better than ever! Look for the band in a honky tonk, juke joint, or dive bar near you!!!


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