Ray and the Detonators | Time For a New Dance Floor

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Time For a New Dance Floor

by Ray and the Detonators

Old School Roots Rock, with some Blues and a dash of Country.
Genre: Rock: Rock & Roll
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1. Baby Can You Read My Lips
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2. Baby C’est Moi
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3. Heartbreak
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4. Walk Stumble Crawl
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5. Sanity Must Die
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6. Rock Until They Roll Me Away
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7. Take The Money
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8. I Want a Little Girl
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9. Mumbo Jumbo
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10. She Can Sing
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11. Big V8
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Album Notes
The list of influences and styles is long, but there\'s a heart and soul to Ray and the Detonators that turns the sounds of Golden Age rock and roll, rhythm and blues, and heart pounding boogie woogie into a sound all their own. With decades of collective and diverse musical experience, and an unyielding appetite for making great music, Ray and the Detonators deliver what they promise — \'good time\' music for grown ups of all ages.

Many of the songs we play were written by an old friend in Ohio, Sleepy Joe Lee. His songs form the foundation of our sound and give way to a melting pot of Blues, Rock and Roll, R&B and Jazz styles. Add to that a mix of infectious cover tunes from the mid 50\'s to mid 60\'s, some shuffles, some boogie woogie, with some contemporary tunes for good measure... well, you get the picture. Our focus is on the \'feel\' - keeping it fresh, tasteful, and in-the-pocket so you can focus on feelin\' the beat and moving your feet



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Mike Petrich

Ray and the Detonators
Just a stellar album of good old boogie woogie and rock. A fabulous album, with a great groove, seriously killer guitar work and tones, and each song has a great hook to it.

James K. Wolf

Excellent album. Good songs and great playing. Nice guitar tones

Juliette Wiles

Time for a New Dance Floor
This is the kind of great roadhouse music that conjurs up hot summer nights, cold beer, and old friends. Ray Bushbaum's vocals are deceptively low-key...by the third tune in, I was hooked on his smokey sound, not to mention his great work on keyboards. There's also some really great work on slide from Pete, Bill Weber on drums/vocals, Rich Koch with some super bass work, and the special treat of appearances by the amazing Teresa James, Kevin McKendree,and James Pennebaker. A lot of the tunes here were written by Ohio musician Sleepy Joe Lee---he's a secret too well-kept for far too long. All in all, an embarassment of riches.

Richard Freeman

Ray and the Detonators
Good Album. I could, and have, listened to it over and over. Some of the best piano I've heard.

richard humphreys

ray & the detonators-time for a new dance floor
killer stuff. shakin' dave played a few cuts off the album on the "hall of fame" blues program on WYSO. had to track you down and am glad i did.don't know how long y'all been around but you know what your doing.nothing but low down and boogie wise. dig the dayton, ohio connection too.