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Limited green colored vinyl LP pressing. Swami John Reis celebrates his 100th year in rock 'n' roll with a brand new band and record! Ride The Wild Night is neither completely similar nor dissimilar to his previous bands (Hot Snakes, Night Marchers, The Sultans, Rocket From The Crypt, Drive Like Jehu, etc). Yet the sound is immediately familiar and assuring (like an old friend you lost touch with that comes back into your life only to ask to borrow money). The music is an amalgam of '60s folk-punk, '70s punk-punk and pre-Vietnam War rock 'n' roll, filtered through the Reis' unregistered, trademark sensibilities. "I wanted to celebrate some of my favorite rock n roll in it's transitional periods. Flaming Groovies, Paul Revere and the Raiders, The Kinks, The Saints and others created some of the most exciting recordings while also connecting the musical past to it's future. That really appeals to me".
Limited green colored vinyl LP pressing. Swami John Reis celebrates his 100th year in rock 'n' roll with a brand new band and record! Ride The Wild Night is neither completely similar nor dissimilar to his previous bands (Hot Snakes, Night Marchers, The Sultans, Rocket From The Crypt, Drive Like Jehu, etc). Yet the sound is immediately familiar and assuring (like an old friend you lost touch with that comes back into your life only to ask to borrow money). The music is an amalgam of '60s folk-punk, '70s punk-punk and pre-Vietnam War rock 'n' roll, filtered through the Reis' unregistered, trademark sensibilities. "I wanted to celebrate some of my favorite rock n roll in it's transitional periods. Flaming Groovies, Paul Revere and the Raiders, The Kinks, The Saints and others created some of the most exciting recordings while also connecting the musical past to it's future. That really appeals to me".
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Ride The Wild Night (Green) [Colored Vinyl] (Grn)
Artist: John Reis Swami
Format: Vinyl
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Limited green colored vinyl LP pressing. Swami John Reis celebrates his 100th year in rock 'n' roll with a brand new band and record! Ride The Wild Night is neither completely similar nor dissimilar to his previous bands (Hot Snakes, Night Marchers, The Sultans, Rocket From The Crypt, Drive Like Jehu, etc). Yet the sound is immediately familiar and assuring (like an old friend you lost touch with that comes back into your life only to ask to borrow money). The music is an amalgam of '60s folk-punk, '70s punk-punk and pre-Vietnam War rock 'n' roll, filtered through the Reis' unregistered, trademark sensibilities. "I wanted to celebrate some of my favorite rock n roll in it's transitional periods. Flaming Groovies, Paul Revere and the Raiders, The Kinks, The Saints and others created some of the most exciting recordings while also connecting the musical past to it's future. That really appeals to me".
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