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17 - Mar
(Nearby Event: Concerts & Music)
Where:Hill Country BBQ, 509 Seventh Street NW, Washington, District of Columbia, United States, 20004
Ss signature moves is their unpredictable, deep-catalog choice of covers and Under the Savage Sky unearths some exquisite gems. Getting the Savage treatment in this bout are Timmy Mr. Soul Satisfaction Williss Im a Full Grown Man, all peacock-strut garage blues with an above-the-pulpit B3; Kid Thomass The Wolf Pack, done here with stalking, back-alley toughness, burlesque sax lines and a lurid invitation to howl along; Eddie Snows Im a Good Man; and Ace recording artist Mercy Babys Rock and Roll Baby. Taken from the albums liner notes (written by John Swenson, noted scribe for such illustrious rock and boxing mags like Crawdaddy, Circus, and Ring): Backing Whitfield are the best cornermen in the business, led by garage/punk guitarist Peter Greenberg, the visionary who started the Savages after a legendary stint with the Lyres, and his sidekick Phil Mr. Tenacious Lenker on bass. Greenberg works his guitar with the ruthless intricacy of a chain saw ice sculptor. Lenker meshes with drummer Andy Jodyfor an unrelenting sequence of haymaker beats. Tom Quartullis saxophone rips like a foghorn through the mist. Under The Savage Sky rains soul and brimstone from the heavens. Keep your eyes to the sky... aint no umbrella gonna help you here
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