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6.2 Days in the Valley
8. Fly Away Home
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»tudebaker John and the Hawks
‘Outside Lookin’ In”
Jig Pig Records • J
If (me wanted to pinpoint the source
>f all modem music they would need
o go no further than the blues. Every
brm of modem music evolved from
he blues; it is an art form that will al
vays have a [dace in this world.
The great blues legend John Lee
looker once said, “When Adam met
ive, that’s when the blues started,”
suggesting the blues are as old as time
tself and will never die. “Outside
cokin’ In” captures that sentiment
The album is not brand new; it was
ecorded in 1989 and has been in print
n Europe for years. Like most blues
ilbums, “Lookin’ In” centers on an
nstrumental sound — namely
Jtudebaker John Grimaldi’s slide gui
ar and harmcmica work.
Grimaldi’s work is similar to
Jeorge Thorogood and Bonnie Raitt.
Lmmaldi does smg on the album but, J
like all great players, his self-created 1
sound is more important. (
“Lookin’ In” is solid Chicago/Mis- 1
sissippi delta-style blues, with a three- 1
nan rhythm section backing Grimaldi.
Highlights of the album include the title 1
;rack, “You Done Me Wrong” and (
‘Whoa Yeah,” which sounds like a re- 1
working of the Bo Diddley classic 1
Who Do You Love?” 1
There is promise for this band; if <
hey keep a isolid sound, they’ll be 1
iround for a long time. However, very
ittle new ground is covered in this al- 1
)um, so a little experimentation may ‘
— Patrick Kelly j
WHAT’S HIS HMM1
“What’s His Name” e
Bar None Records s
The Swales have had a rough time. <
Their original drummer jumped j
ship for Chocolate USA and Larry
sontorte dropped ms oass and picked
ip a hammer, quitting the band to be
:ome a carpenter. Then one day Rich
Veiner removed his guitar and simply
eft the studio.
“One More Mistake” has an
inmistakeable Lou Reed feel as Bob
^arr narrates the tale of two teenagers
vho, after debate and persuasion, fi
lally had sex when the parents weren’t
tome. Still glowing from their sexual
tncounter, the two “Make One Mis
ake” and plan a life together in the city.
“Cross to Bear” starts and stops
vith exasperated lyrics of desperation
is the band contributes to the feeling
vith abrupt and lurching guitar. The
nare drum supplies consistency to this
oiling rock song of disenchantment.
Not all the songs are quite so New
fork-based. Both “Night Life” and
Tangueray Tango” both twang with a
lefinite Southwestern feel. With both
liese tunes Carr happily rolls out dead
tan lyrics about the glory of intoxica
ion and self-destruction.
The Swales excel at consistently
tacking a painful message (and an oc
asional solution) into a catchy pop
ong, and loading it with tingjy pop
uitar and catchy background harmo
izing. TTieir Dylan-esque tunes fre
uently harness a Lou Reed attitude
rith their matter-of-fact messages of
veryday trials and Friday night de
The Swales are one of the few
lands that can sing about the harshness
if reality without forgetting they are
►lad to be alive.
— Matt Kudlacz
Lullaby for the Working Class
Bar/None, Lumberjack Records
Like a “Satellite Chair” spinning
out of control, Ted Stevens, formerly
of Lincoln’s Polecat, and Mike Mogis
of We’d Rather Be Flying crash-land
bn Planet Hi-Fi with their debut, “Blan
Though the band was bom out of
Stevens’ collaboration with Mogis dur
ing the recording of Polecat’s “Dilly
Dally,” Stevens’ eventual split from the
band left him more content playing
music jnhis basement with Mogis.
While Stevens’ vocals and guitar
work are impressive, Lullaby’s sound
would struggle with originality with
With the addition of Mogis’ brother
A J. on the upright bass, the band takes
on the sound of groups like Simon and
Garfiinkel and the Squirrel Nut Zip
— Matt Kudlacz
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