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Peanut Funker and Jam

by Peanut Funker and Jam

Zaz. From the Bajou to UK, and everything in-between.
Genre: Rock: Funk Rock
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1. Lola
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2. Crawfish Anyone?
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3. Lucky Man
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4. Geri
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5. Cat On A Hot Tin Roof
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6. The Next Train
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7. If You Think You're Hurtin' Me
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8. It Ain't Much
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9. You make Me Crazy Baby
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10. Lately
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Album Notes
Craig Stevens - keys and vocals

Marty Walsh - guitar and backing vocals

Eric Holden - bass

and Joey Scrima - drums at

This is the ultimate "closet classic" from some very special musicians...

Check out the links for each of us...we're playing with some very influential folks these days, and together, we created some unique and powerful grooves. If you like the guitars "back at the bridge," the bass deep, sultry and textured, the drums distinctive and rich, and the keys at the edge of ensemble,...this is the disk to check out.

How to describe the band...

"Joe Cocker meets Jimi Hendrix and talks about The Kinks while listening to Stevie Ray while having some fresh crawfish cooked up by Neil Young and served up by James Brown while Eric Clapton cleans up and Wilson Pickett locks up the doors..."

The Peanut Funker and Jam CD

1. Lola*** cover of Kinks with a twist, fat shuffle.
2. Crawfish Anyone?* cajun-esque, brings audience participation to a new level.
3. Lucky Man** dance tune, rocking twister, nice suspensions, Craig chops the B3.
4. Geri* surf tune, cloistered lyrics, Marty at the beach, Craig in Dover.
5. Cat On A Hot Tin Roof* Little Feat style, Craig is large, the stuff of videos.
6. The Next Train** rocking blues, Marty slides, infectious, Eric solid.
7. It Don't Bother Me**** hip train rhythm, Joey shines.
8. It Ain't Much* modal R&B, truth in lending, unison chorus.
9. Crazy For You** groove and shuffle, it's Marty's turn, B3, nice
10. Lately* classic R&B, syncopated start and Marty rips a killer lead to finish.

Peanut Logo by Josh Gagne
*© by Craig Stevens; Craig Stevens Music, BMI
** © by Marty Walsh; Martomusic, ASCAP
*** © by Ray Davies; ABKCO Music / Unichappell Music BMI (licensed: Harry Fox Agency)
**** © by Michael Smotherman; EMI / If Eyes Inc. / R L August Music ASCAP (licensed: Harry Fox Agency)


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Edgar DelaRia

Who are these guys?????
Holy shit! What is THIS? I'm not able to play anything else about diverse. YOU MUST HAVE THIS CD!!!!
I do!
Lola as a shuffle? YES!
Suck the Head? YES!
and on and on. Pick this one up! Closet classic my ass.