Luxuriant Sedans | Double Parked

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Double Parked

by Luxuriant Sedans

"Really down and dirty amalgamation of all kinds of things: Texas and Chicago-style blues, Little Walter and Junior Wells, bits of Stones and Little Feat and Free. This work stands nicely with the early records by the Fabulous Thunderbirds."
Genre: Blues: Blues-Rock
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1. Love Me Tonight (feat. The NPG Horns)
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2. Take Me off the Road
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3. Once It Gets Started
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4. The Darkness
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5. Wezo's Fever
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6. Voodoo Moon
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7. Poison Girl
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8. Don't Get Me Killed
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9. Under the Gun
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10. Preacher
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11. Knock Your Teeth Out
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Luxuriant Sedans’ “Double Parked” is the much-anticipated successor to “Born
Certified,” a regional chart-topping album that established this best-selling North
Carolina band as the new must-hear act in modern blues. This hard-hitting 10-track
album further refines the band’s stylistic grasp of American and British blues into a
fresh approach that marries the soul of singer/harp player Mike “Wezo” Wesolowski
with the singular guitar stylings of Rob Slater and Gino “Woo Funk” Grandinetti.
At heart, it thrives as an excitingly fresh example of the band’s work as “blues
archaeologists,” rooting out overlooked blues songs and bringing new life to them
through contemporary rearrangement. The exciting result pays homage as it hurtles
toward future blues horizons, confounding expectations as it crosses genres and generations.

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