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The Buckshots

by The Buckshots

Swedish rockabilly in its prime. The buckshots here gives you a first taste of their wild approach that made them legendary in their own time.
Genre: Rock: 50's Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. My My
2:43 $0.66
2. Baby I'm Gone
2:11 $0.66
3. Look Out Mama
3:15 $0.66
4. Whiskey and Cigarettes
4:10 $0.66
5. Black Cadillac
3:05 $0.66
6. Gimme Wine
2:46 $0.66
7. That's Sweet
2:09 $0.66
8. Stop This Car
2:07 $0.66
9. Please Don't Give Me the Blues
4:33 $0.66
10. Wicked Ways
3:17 $0.66
11. I Do
2:48 $0.66
12. Fine, Fine, Fine
2:56 $0.66
13. Bitterwood
3:37 $0.66
14. Black Moon
3:08 $0.66
15. West Twang
2:54 $0.66
16. Baby's Gotta Rock
2:45 $0.66
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Album Notes
THE BUCKSHOTS quickly got a reputation to be an ass kicking live band in 2003 and we have been fortunate to get loads of gigs since the beginning. I only release original songs and keep the covers for extending gigs only. We recorded the album ourself as I recorded drums and bass in our rehearsal room. Everything else was recorded in my kitchen (!). My neighbors didn’t like me :D

We all have a broad influence of bands. From country to psychobilly. But as I'm the songwriter I guess my influences is mostly shown. It's obvious that I like Brian Setzer ;-) But I'm also influenced by Count Basie, Sonny Burgess, Billy Lee Riley, and modern bands as Ray Collin's Hot Club, Reverend Horton etc. And I really love those 50's female singers like Brenda Lee, Wanda Jackson and Jean Shepard. I think that a smashing chorus and vocal melody is just as important as interesting guitarplaying. So that way I belive our sound comes out more modern than most other rockabilly bands today - which some hate us for and some congrat's us for. It's an extremely conservative music style :D

The Buckshots did 130+ shows before it all crashed and burned in October of 2008. It became like a freight train on auto pilot at the end – with us sitting intoxicated in the back waiting for the crash :D We’re still best friends and meet from time to time but I’ve started a new 6-piece band with my wife (Mary West) called RED WEST & HOT RHYTHM. Check it out here at CDBaby if you can!



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