Johnny & The Mo-Tones | Get Gone!

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Get Gone!

by Johnny & The Mo-Tones

The Road Trip continues as Johnny & The Mo-Tones visit Fame Studios, Muscle Shoals, AL, home of the Muscle Shoals Sound. Powerhouse blues. Featuring some of the Midwest's finest musicians, Johnny Altenburgh, Chris O'Keefe, Otis McLennon, John Greiner.
Genre: Blues: Rockin' Blues
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1. Get Up, Get Out, Get Gone
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2. Time's Tuff
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3. Soul's On Fire
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4. Cuda
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5. Who's Got A Sock?
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6. Use The Steps
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7. Roll Me Down
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8. Free Fall
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9. I've Been Lied To
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10. Tree Falls
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11. Presiding Over Accidents
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The Road Trip Continues….

After the success of their debut album, “Two Hits For The Kitty: The Sun Studio Sessions” (17 weeks in the world’s blues-roots chart,www.rootsmusicreport.com), “Get Gone!” finds the group traveling south again, this time to Fame Studios, home of the Muscle Shoals Sound.

On “Get Gone”, the MoTones mine the Muscle Shoals groove with the help of legendary sideman and original Swamper, David Hood, on bass.

Also featured are group leader John Altenburgh on piano and keys,co-leader Chris O’Keefe on guitar, well-respected jazz/blues tenor sax player John Greiner, Muscle Shoals studio musician and former Dickey Betts drummer Mike Dillon Curington, Keras Rubka-Nimz, and the powerhouse vocals of Otis McLennon.

Discographies of musicians are available at www.altenburgh.com


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Myra Hajny

Enjoyed very much.
Enjoyed very much and hope to see Johnny and the Mo-Tones live and in concert in the near future!

Bugtussle Evening Standard

A fine album by a particularly handsome and talented group of fellas
A fine album by a particularly handsome and talented group of fellas.
Those wacky Motones have done it again. Bless'em every one!
Margie Aschlacht
Bugtussle Evening Standard