The Hicksville Bombers | Danger Road

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Danger Road

by The Hicksville Bombers

Authentic sounding, self-written rockabilly track Recorded in a vintage style
Genre: Rock: Rockabilly
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Album Notes
2018 has the latest line-up for The Hicksville Bombers, featuring Dave Brown, with Landon Filer on double bass and Paul Saunders on drums.
Landon and Paul are ex-members of the top UK rockin’ band ‘Jack rabbit slim’, they have added a great feel and passion to The Bombers sound.
A recording session was booked at the Sugar Rays’ Recording studio’ that specialises in the late 40’s 1950’s recording techniques with original vintage equipment, 11 tracks where recorded with 9 original tracks and 2 covers, we wanted to capture the live sound that the Bombers always create and transfer that to disc.
The Hicksville Bombers are quite excited about these recordings and the way things are heading.

Words & music – Brown/Filer/Saunders


I’m standing at the cross roads, Trying to read the signs,
Giving me directions, wondering which ones right,
Trying to make my mind up, which one I should choose,
Knowing that the one I pick is either win or lose.

Take the long road,
on a path that’s pathed with gold?
Or do I take the short cut?
And take my chances on Danger road.

The long road will be safer, long and so wide,
Signs to help you get there, it’ll be an easy ride.
Short cut has it’s pitfalls, danger on every bend,
Take it at your peril, find a dark dead end.


Those that make the choices, must face the consequence
Make the right decision and with confidence
Action speaks much loader than words can be said,
Make the right decision, not knowing what lies ahead


Looking at the short cut I can see the pot of gold,
I’ve heard all the warnings can’t say I ain’t been told.
Some have gone and done it and embraced the pain,
Others they went on the trip but never seen again.




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