vintage twentytwohundred (2200)

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Produced by Joe Hastings (1997) A Punk-Blues-Space-rock quartet from Minneapolis who called themselves "2200". Joe Hastings (Guitar, vocals), Mark McCaghy (Lead vocals). An evolutionary concept album recorded live that starts with 40's-50's earliest electric blues songs such as, T-Bone Walker's "T-Bone Shuffle" and "Stormy Monday", Jimmy Reed's "Baby what you want me to do", then evolving into early rock-n-roll with the Beatles, "I Saw Her Standing There", Chuck Berry's "Roll Over Beethoven", then Ray Charles's, "Baby let me hold your hand", then an original crazy guitar John Lee Hooker style stomp rocker entitled, "Hooker", an instrumental live version! You thought that was all? No way! The album then explodes into one of the darkest deepest oceanic sounding waves of ambient space that is 17 minutes of full-on frontal space-out! Leading the way into "Extraterrestrial Highway"! The first four tracks are recorded live at the 400 bar (opening for R.L. Burnside) and are relatively smooth and vintage sounding, then a gusher of distorted bliss (not for the faint hearted) recorded at Biscuits and Blues in march of 1997 and is some of the highest energy sounding punk blues to come outta' Minneapolis period! (TOTAL RUN TIME 42:52; 7 TRACKS)

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