Legend of Dutch Savage | Dirt Fist Feet

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Dirt Fist Feet

by Legend of Dutch Savage

grand funk railroad meets motorhead then goes to art school
Genre: Blues: English Style
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2. this throne
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3. gotta vision
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4. joe's riff
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5. misery
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6. broken bottles
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7. dirt fist feet
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8. stands to reason
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9. the sound
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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''You sound like Grand Funk Railroad meets Motorhead and then went to art school'' said one listener after a recent gig. Thats probably better than anything we could come up with, so we'll stick with that. Legend of Dutch Savage rose from the ashes of several Pacific Northwest bands including; The Jimmies, Gern Blanston, Witch Throttle Gush, and Iommi Stubs. There's bits and pieces of those bands in the music, but what is created in the end sounds nothing like any of them. We are just a three piece in the mode of Cream, Grand Funk, and Motorhead. Ispiration comes everything from Ted Nugent to Black Flag to Kings of Leon, and Richard Buckner.


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james willis

hard rock with brains, groove, warmth, and energy
drums, guitar, bass, and vocals can still be interesting. Good solid song writting minus the over produced blotting. This sound like early Ted Nugent or maybe the James Gang with a little bit of punk.