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Monday, May 29, 2006

Dan Hicks was the founding member of the Charlatans, circa 1968.
This is from the DH & Hot Licks 1st LP, circa 1969.
Droll humor, Django and swingin', not to mention great harmonies.
In '71, there was "Where's The Money" followed
in '72 by "Striking It Rich" both
worth seeking out!

How Can I Miss You When You Won't Go Away &
The Jukies' Bal
both written by Dan Hicks.


At 9:13 AM, Blogger Bruno said...

Hi mixaway,that was quick! Glad to see you here! :)

At 9:27 AM, Blogger MixAway said...

It's 91 and climbing and well, work never stops.
Thanks for the invite and if you think I need to say more, let me know!

At 9:40 AM, Blogger Bruno said...

Just say and post as much as you like here.... :)
PS love the songs!

At 1:07 PM, Blogger R. said...

Very groovy vocals on "the jukies ball" - a delightful recording. And "how can I miss you" remind me for some weird reason (well there's a thematic similarity...) of schön von hinten by Stereo Total - first thing that struck me. Makes little sense, still it has me thumping the rhythm with a happy face.

Intriguing and fun!

At 5:06 AM, Blogger MixAway said...

Thanks to you both.
Growing up in the bay area, saw them a few times and their 1st 3 albums are favorites.......


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