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Longhorn

by Rev Hank

Longhorn is the debut release from Urban Surf Kings' guitarist Rev Hank. The album is packed with 12 tracks of Surf & Twang! If you're a fan of Link Wray, Davie Allan, or Los Straitjackets dig in! Brought to you by the friendly Reverb Ranch label.
Genre: Rock: Surf Rock
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1. Longhorn
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2. Cyclops
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3. Twist Man Easy
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4. Mrs. Wong
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5. Twist & Twang
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6. Devil Ray
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7. Hey Eddie
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8. Twang Gang
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9. Teenage Walk
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10. Rex Rides Again
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11. Tipi Tone
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12. Big Boss Cowboy
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Reverb Ranch, the Home of Surf & Twang, is proud to announce the debut solo album from Urban Surf Kings' guitarist Rev Hank. Longhorn features 12 surf, twang, Rock & Roll, and eclectic Pow Wow instrumentals (Rev is Mohawk).

The story of Longhorn.

Rev went into Audio Empire (Halifax, NS) with drummer Frank den Haan on a cold weekend in February to record the album you are holding in your hands. Everything was ready to go for a live off the floor recording (guitar & drums).

Tune #1, Twang Gang, was completed in one take, and all was swell. The duo start recording Hey Eddie, but noticed a peculiar sound & burning smell coming from Rev's amp. One of the tubes died a sad death.

Luckily Rev had brought along a small 1960's Kalamazoo Model 2 amp on a whim. The amp was set up; a mic placed on its 8" speaker, and off Rev & Frank went. The drum & guitar tracks were laid down in about 6 hours with each track only needing 1 or 2 takes.

Frank packed up his kit, Rev recorded the bass parts with a Longhorn in a couple of hours, and voila, the debut release from Urban Surf Kings' guitarist Rev Hank. Now put on your dancing shoes and turn up your hi-fi!

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