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9 Replies to “ Promise Me - The Gun Club - Fire Of Love (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Feb 12,  · From The Gun Club ‎– Fire Of Love Label: Ruby Records ‎– JRR Format: Vinyl, LP, Album Country: US Released: Tracklist A1 Sex Beat A2 Preaching The Blues Arranged By – .
  2. Feb 08,  · Song Promise Me; Artist The Gun Club; Album Promise Me; Licensed to YouTube by WMG (on behalf of London Records); BMI - Broadcast Music Inc., BMG Rights Management (US), LLC, Audiam (Publishing.
  3. The Gun Club deal in garage punk blues replete with feverish slide guitars and a vocal bordering on the unhinged. But, rather than the unstable, incendiary mix of punk and delta blues, what first caught my attention with the Fire Of Love is an instinctive understanding of when less is more. Numerous times throughout the album the brilliant lunacy of Jeffrey Lee Pierce's vocal is accompanied by nothing more .
  4. Fire of Love, an Album by The Gun Club. Released 31 August on Ruby (catalog no. JRR ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Punk Blues, Psychobilly. Featured peformers: Rob Ritter (bass), Terry Graham (drums), Ward Dotson (guitar, slide guitar), Jeffrey Lee Pierce (vocals, slide guitar).
  5. Promise Me Lyrics: Promise me / I'm silent in the trees, waiting tonight / Promise me / While the searching light moon has found me / You know it feels like the very last time again / Promise me.
  6. The Gun Club's debut is the watermark for all post-punk roots gamfestkapocoularafmigetibnyoudis.coinfo features the late Jeffrey Lee Pierce's swamped-out brand of roiling rock, swaggerific hell-bound blues, and gothic country. With Pierce's wailing high lonesome slide guitar twinned with Ward Dotson's spine-shaking riffs and the solid yet off-the-rails rhythm section of bassist Rob Ritter and drummer Terry Graham, the Gun.
  7. Buy Fire Of Love [Remastered Spanish Issue] (LP) by The Gun Club (LP $). Amoeba Music. Ships Free in the U.S.
  8. The Gun Club, J.L. Pierce and crew (including guitarist Kid Congo Powers) formed this band in originally named Creeping Ritual. What a lot of influences felt on this, their debut ranging from blues, a bit of country, rockabilly touched with a Raw Punk attitude! And The Gun Club makes it /5(78).
  9. With Pierce's wailing high lonesome slide guitar twinned with Ward Dotson's spine-shaking riffs and the solid yet off-the-rails rhythm section of bassist Rob Ritter and drummer Terry Graham, the Gun Club burst out of L.A. in the early '80s with a bone to pick and a mountain to move -- and they accomplished both on their debut gamfestkapocoularafmigetibnyoudis.coinfo: $

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