Silverhawk featuring Sam and JOhn C. Densmore | Westward

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by Silverhawk featuring Sam and JOhn C. Densmore

"Psychedelic Americana" Baritone Guitar laced Alternative Country, Blues Rock from the Densmore Bros.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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  Song Share Time Download
1. .The Hold Up
2:01 album only
2. .Fools, Love, Gold
3:13 album only
3. Kalispell
3:24 album only
4. Fancy Bird
2:15 album only
5. Waking Up Drunk
2:04 album only
6. Westward
3:53 album only
7. .Rocket To Space
2:33 album only
8. Desert Theme
2:42 album only
9. Villains
2:00 album only
10. I'm Going Off to the Mountains to Die
3:49 album only


Album Notes
On "Westward", Silverhawk performs powerfull renditions of songs written by Sam and John C. Densmore.

Based in Portland, OR.The Densmore brothers vocals and songwriting styles have been compared to the Beatles, Pavement, REM, and Modern Lovers.This baritone guitar laced CD features two Ennio Morricone influenced twangy, psychedelic instrumentals and calls to mind words like, "retro" "psychedelic", "alt country" and "post punk".

Since 1992, they have performed in several bands together including Olympia, Wa based noise pop band Frequency db, Slow Children, and the Jeremy Wilson Band.They've opened for Frank Black, Screaming Trees,
Mike Watt, and the Posies.
They've also been employed as studio musicians/songwriters on various productions including projects with Ted Connelly, Bobby Lindstrom, Jeremy Wilson, the Who's orchestral arranger Raphael Rudd, and the son of Mickey Most and former Johnny Hates Jazz producer/songwriter
Calvin Hayes.



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