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See You in Miami

by Charlie Pickett

Jagged blend of punk-blues. Bonafide Southern-fried junky rockandroll exiled from main street.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. What I Like About Miami
2:23 album only
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2. Travelust Revisted
2:23 album only
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3. So Long Johnny
3:00 album only
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4. Teajay and Mindy
5:59 album only
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5. Miami Interlude
2:23 album only
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6. Hialeah Backstretch
3:46 album only
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7. I Had a Dream
3:44 album only
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8. Bullshit Is Goin On
3:55 album only
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9. Rosie & Billy
2:51 album only
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10. Sugarland Interlude
2:51 album only
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11. Four Chambered Heart / Marquee Moon
6:51 album only
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12. Too Good to End
3:45 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Situating themselves at the crossroads where Johnny Thunders and Son House intersect, Charlie whipped up a bad voodoo vibe of heroin rock and midnight blues. These guys were one of the undiscovered giants of the late eighties. --Peter Buck, R.E.M.

Pickett forged his brawling-roots mix of Johnny Thunders, Sun Records and trailer park Lou Reed in Florida bars, then bottled it to in-your-face effect on hot vinyl...That rattle 'n' smack now sounds raucously prescient. like a long-lost high-time link between the Replacements and the Drive By Truckers. --David Fricke, Rolling Stone

At the time only Jeffrey Lee Pierce and the Gun Club was coming close to Pickett and company s jagged blend of punk-blues. Bonafide Southern-fried junky rockandroll exiled from main street with due cause, this here was the real dark side death letters, America on horseback, Flannery O Connor s mayhem and Old Testament retribution dangerous music that would ultimately be cleaned up and packaged to the public under the rubric Americana many years later. In hindsight they fairly blew their jangly brethren out of the water. --The Scene

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