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Misfits

by The Hot Java Band

Rock, Blues, Old Time R&B, with a gospel tune thrown in.
Genre: Blues: Juke Joint Blues
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1. Ghostriders
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2. Jersey Girl
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3. Much Better Lookin
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4. I Put a Spell On You
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5. Diviners
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6. The Summertime
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7. You Get What You Pay For
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8. Choo Choo Cha Boogie
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9. Happy for the Rest of Your Life
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10. Saturday Nite Fish Fry
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Misfits is our third release. It is an eclectic collection of songs ranging from an old cowpoke tune to our tribute to Louis Jordan. Misfits is a testament to the fantastic editing and producing skills of John Jay Martyn and Audacity Studios in Hollywood,Florida (audacityrecording.com).

Rex Blazer on the fiddle has been sitting in with us at Kelly’s Pub in Hollywood, Florida. Rex is a nationally known Contra Dance/Bluegrass/Olde Timey player.

Bill Gearhiser plays piano, bass, percussion, saxophone, and stereo. His favorites are ragtime and jazz piano, classical double bass, and bluegrass bass. A student of Lucille Graham, he has performed with Eugene Fodor, Victor Borge, Lorin Hollander, Gary Grafman, Pepe Romero, and Doc Severinsen, among others. He considers the most fun, though, to be playing bass with his buddies in the Hot Java Band. A devoted non-singer, Bill is \"the quiet one in the back\" and probably enjoys listening to the music more than most of the audience does.

John Jay Martyn (also on CD Baby with his album \"Everyone\'s A Kid On Christmas Morning\" cdbaby.com/cd/johnjaymartyn2) plays the drum in the Hot Java Band. One Drum. It is the therapy he needs after thirty years of hauling his drum set to a countless number of one night stands across the eastern seacoast. John is a Berklee College of Music grad and has spent the last twenty years composing music for television and radio commercials from his studio in South Florida. That studio is Audacity Recording (audacityrecording.com) and it is somewhat of a second home to the boys in the Hot Java Band. In addition to recording this CD, Audacity serves as the Happy Hour rehearsal space to the HJB. John is an accomplished jazz pianist and somewhat of a crooner of jazz standards. One of his key jobs in the HJB is hiding Dan\'s penny whistle.

Dan McGrath sings like Louis Armstrong and plays banjo like Ralph Stanley. He earned his chops playing rock & roll and soul in bars on the Jersey Shore.

Chaim Rubinov, trumpet, flugelhorn and piano. He has played with artists such as Marvin Hamlisch, Nestor Torres, Tito Puente, Jr., David Sanchez, Melton Mustafa, Miguel Cruz, Jesse Jones Jr., and many others. His versatility allows him to perform many styles of music, ranging from Latin, Haitian, Reggae, Gospel, Jazz, Top Forty, Rock and Roll, R & B, Klezmer and Ladino music.

Ted Strauss was in numerous jam and country rock bands in the NYC area in the late 60\'s and early 70\'s. Ted taught himself how to flat-pick guitar, play mandolin and sing Bluegrass, Olde Time and Irish music playing in NYC and in the Washington DC area for many years. Always the band techy, Ted developed sound systems and went on the road doing production and sound engineering for artists including John Hartford, Hickory Wind, Vasser Clements and John Prine.


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