THE NELSONICS have left the Woody at home in Milwaukee and hopped across the pond for a whirlwind tour of Europe armed with nothing but a rented "Go Go Motorscooter" and a CD of the grooviest tunes of the year, namely RUINS OF ROME - the coolest new party record on the international scene.
You can't help but get moving when THE NELSONICS take the stage. Their infectious sound combines influences ranging from 60s mod to surf rock into one soulful go-go groove. The Nelsonics formed in 2001, taking audiences by storm with their high-energy live show. The following summer, released the band's debut LP - which received rave reviews for its blend of instrumental grooves, organ-based R&B, Latin rhythms, big beat hooks and reverb-drenched guitar.
RUINS OF ROME comes complete with 11 original gems that showcase a musical maturity not usually found in the genre plus one adventurous cover of Midwest legends The Bent Scepters (aka The Diplomats of Solid Sound).
THE NELSONICS are Don Nelson (drums, percussion, vocals), Don Turner (organ, sax, theremin, vocals), Terry Vittone (guitar, vocals), and Jon Ziegler (bass, vocals). Collectively, they set the standard in instrumental groove. With RUINS OF ROME, they have added a new dimension to their music...vocals on 8 of the 12 tracks...enhancing the commercial appeal of their music beyond their instrumental roots.
RUINS OF ROME delivers the floor stomping goods for those in the know and blows open the doors for an entire Roman Legion of new fans.
HAMMONDBEAT RECORDS in association with TIKI TONE RECORDS proudly present THE NELSONICS.
"Dousman Street" b/w "Mission 2 Mod" and "Go Go Motorscooter" (2004)
The Nelsonics are in top form with their first single "Dousman Street" - a mod, big beat dance floor track - backed with 2 soulful blasts from the 2nd album "Ruins of Rome". Comes in limited edition vinyl form only and available directly from www.HAMMONDBEAT.com and www.TheNelsonics.com.
The Nelsonics "The Nelsonics" (2005)
The Nelsonics debut disc combines instrumental sounds with a 1960s flare. Organ and guitar based mod and surf in the best tradition - including soul,surf, mod/beat and the occasional latin touch. Music for your next go-go dance party. This 2002 album is reissued with the extra song "Dousman Street" from the "Ruins of Rome" sessions.
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