Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Roy Loney & the Phantom Movers - Out After Dark - 1979


After a protracted layoff from music, Loney came back in a big way with his first solo record. With help from ex-Flamin' Groovies Danny Mihm and James Ferrell, this is a feverish little slice of rock & roll, with Loney's overwrought, hiccuping vocals adding just the right bizarre touch. There's a great cover of "Return to Sender" and plenty of terrific and often funny Loney originals ("Born to Be Your Fool," "Used Hoodoo" and "Scum City"). Fans of roots-rock and the Loney-led Groovies years will love this. -AMG



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4 comments:

Anonymous said...

This is awesome! I'm not a particular fan of roots-rock just a fan of good music,and this is GOOD.Thanks Curty (from KJ in Sweden)

Anonymous said...

Thanks Much.
Zim

drfeelgoed said...

thanks, nice one.

savageYHS said...

Thanks *SO* much for this FANTASTIC record!! CHEERS, MATE!!*-)

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