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Sunday Night Roast

Sunday Night Roast

  • Door Walter Spencer
  • Release 26-1-2010
  • Muziekgenre Country
  • Media-indeling CD
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Walter Spencer - "Dr. Bronner's Magic Soap" from "A Sunday Night Roast" February 3rd, 2010 I love my fake music blogging job. Writing about such great music day in and day out is inspirational. It really is. I somehow stumbled upon Walter Spencer and his new record A Sunday Night Roast a couple of weeks ago. It took some work to get this up on the site so I hope you like it. Walter's from LA, but his music would be more comfortable in the Appalachian Mountains, or Baton Rouge, or Austin. He plays an odd mix of americana, bluegrass, honky tonk and hippy folk. If this wasn't recorded in a shack up in the mountains it certainly should have been. I'm not sure of the story behind "Dr. Bronner's Magic Soap" but this tale of contraband soap that gets an Orange County man arrested is pretty classic (esp with lyrics like: "was it crack cocaine or heroin or a little bitty bag of dope? nope he had a bottle of Dr. Bronner's Magic Soap" and "it makes my balls tingle, but it don't get me high"). Dr. Bronner's Magic Soap - - - - - - - - - - - - - (from seancarnage.com) A Sunday Night Roast is remarkable for the sturdy yet clear recording, the superb singing and playing, and Spencer's ability to switch from raucous to gorgeously heartfelt material in a split second. The title track, "Let's Have a Party" (which is full of humorous local shout-outs) and the boozy "I'm A Mess" all recall the freewheeling, traditional fun of Spencer's performance at 1642. But for me, the real standouts on A Sunday Night Roast are the delicate "Let's Dance" (not the Bowie song) and "Gone With The Wind." Both tell tales of wretched characters whose only salvation is music. Chilling. Another track that jumped out is "Dr. Bronner's Magic Soap" which recalls the story of our pal Don Bolles' 2007 arrest in Orange County. "Was it crack cocaine or heroine or a little bitty bag of dope?" Walter Spencer sings questioningly. "No"-Spencer answers himself-"He had a bottle of Dr Bronners magic soap!" "It makes my balls tingle but it doesn't get me high," Spencer concludes, ratifying Bolles' eternal place in music myth. The last song, "Bi the Way," has Walter Spencer chucking the whole Americana sound for a flirtation (quite literally) with the homosexual lifestyle and heavy rock drums. Rad! Get Walter Spencer's new album, A Sunday Night Roast.

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Kunstenaar: Walter Spencer
Titel: Sunday Night Roast
Genre: Country
Releasedatum: 26-1-2010
Label: CD Baby
Media-indeling: CD
UPC: 884502373448
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