TOKYO TRAMPS | Lucky Jive Will Come Home On King's Road

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Lucky Jive Will Come Home On King's Road

by TOKYO TRAMPS

The great mixture - a spirit of Roots Rock, beat of Pop, and a twist of Blues.
Genre: Rock: Roots Rock
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1. Lucky Day
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2. Some Day You Will Come Home
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3. Dancin' With Jive
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4. King's Road
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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"Don't be fooled by the look - or name. This three-piece band from Japan plays as if its musicians were raised in the Deep South and brought up on Delta blues." - Boston Globe (January 8, 2007).

After 3 years from the release of 2nd album, "Bound For Glory," which is also available on CDBaby, in this 3rd album, TOKYO TRAMPS send you energy, power, and happiness.
Everyday is your lucky day, everything's gonna be alright, keep on walking on King's road.........., Take these positive message, and feel lucky!


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Blues Bunny

The only disappointment is that it is just too short.
This band have a real energetic sound that is somewhere between contemporary blues and rock – yet doesn’t quite sit comfortably in either camp. However, trust me when I say the album will sit very comfortably in your CD player. “Lucky Day” is a catchy, up tempo number, while “Someday You Will Come Home” has a bluesier sound. “Dancin’ with Jive” is infectious out and out rock & roll, and has a closing straight out of the Elvis in Vegas handbook. However, the Tokyo Tramps haven’t left the building just yet. The final song “King’s Road” is quite possibly the highlight and is a more restrained and soulful track with a hint of Mississippi blues seeping through.