Music CD - 2014
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Publisher: Chicago, IL : Victory Records, p2014
Branch Call Number: CD ROCK Rev
Characteristics: 1 sound disc (46 min.) : digital, stereo. : 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet


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May 13, 2017

This is a fun listen,nothing to strenuous, good musicianship and wry written tunes,which I usually don't catch on until later, but these lyrics had my attention from the get-go. Maybe it's his delivery,or that his vocals sound like Robert Plant to me,but he puts it all across in his own style. I would like to see this guy live,maybe he'll drop into a town I'm floating thru....

eddill May 24, 2014

I like the Rev and have so for sometime now. I don't, however, think he quite lives up to the term "psychobilly". When I hear that term I immediately think of The Cramps. Horton's music is modern day rockabilly and a lot of fun.

Favorites include: "Smell of Gasoline", "Never Gonna Stop It", "Zombie Dump", "Spooky Boots", Mad Mad Heart" and "Hardscrabble Woman"

Now that I think of it, maybe there is some "psycho" in his rockabilly afterall.


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