Mister Dodo Bones & the One-Eyed Jacks | No. 1 the Thin Veneer of Civilisation

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No. 1 the Thin Veneer of Civilisation

by Mister Dodo Bones & the One-Eyed Jacks

The fiery "Mister Dodo Bones and One-Eyed Jacks'" play hard-nosed, left-field, blues and country music. “A man with a voice from beyond the grave” Steve Phillips “Stonkin’ quirky blues played with terrifying conviction” Deke Leonard
Genre: Country: Americana
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1. Watchin’ the River Flow
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2. Sober
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3. The New Delhi Freight
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4. Fire ‘n’ Brimstone, Pt. 1
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5. Everybody’s Cryin’ Mercy
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“A man with a voice from beyond the grave” Steve Phillips (Notting Hillbillies)
“Stonkin’ quirky blues played with terrifying conviction” Deke Leonard (Man, Iceberg)

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Mister Dodo Bones has enjoyed a wild and varied life in this sometimes-wacky world of music. He was Jack Bentley in The Jack Bentley Blues Band which featured the guitarist Richard Treece (Help Yourself) and co-founded the legendary acid-folk band Moonkyte who released the album Count Me Out. Mister Dodo Bones also played with a variety of well-known blues artists and has been an independent label owner, distributor, and music publisher.

Then there was a brief hiatus from music to concentrate on restoring the lost paintings of his grandad Walter C Foster, 1887-1929.

He has now rekindled his first love, hard-nosed, left-field, blues and country music. The beast within demanded to be heard, and it is being heard. He dusted down his array of guitars, played a few selected solo gigs and then set about recruiting some great musicians.

The fiery Mister Dodo Bones and One-Eyed Jacks were born

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Mister Dodo Bones - vocals, guitars
Richard Bostock -double bass
Eddie Roll Morton - guitars
Harry Hamer - snare, brushes, cymbals and shakers
Earl Christopher Dawkins - guitars
Geoff Clout - producer, engineer, artwork, etcetera

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