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Dan Hicks And His Hot Licks - Where's The Money? download album
Jazz / Rock
Performer: Dan Hicks And His Hot Licks
Title: Where's The Money?
Style: Acoustic, Ragtime, Skiffle, Swing
Year 2013
Country US
Genre: Jazz / Rock
Rating: 4.8
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MP3 size: 1509 mb
FLAC size: 1601 mb
WMA size: 1703 mb
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Dan Hicks And His Hot Licks - Where's The Money? download album


Dan Hicks & His Hot Licks' full live 1971 album "Where's The Money?" I Feel Like Singing 0:27 Coast To Coast 3:09 News From Up The Street 6:34 Where's Th. .

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Dan Hicks & His Hot Licks' full live 1971 album "Where's The Money?" I Feel Like Singing 0:27 Coast To Coast 3:09 News From Up The Street 6:34 Where's Th.

Dan Hicks & His Hot Licks' full live 1971 album "Where's The Money?" I Feel Like Singing 0:27 Coast To Coast 3:09 News From Up The Street 6:34 Where's The Money? 10:50 Caught In The Rain 13:51 Shorty Falls In Love 17:20 By Hook Or By Crook 20:09 Reelin' Down 23:20 The Buzzard Was Their Friend 26:56 Traffic Jam 29:47 Is This My Happy Home? 33:52 Dig A Little Deeper 37:12.

Dan Hicks & His Hot Licks –Old Fashioned Christmas. Dan Hicks & His Hot Licks –Waitin for the 103. 4:02. Dan Hicks & His Hot Licks –13-D. Dan Hicks & His Hot Licks –Where's The Money. Dan Hicks & His Hot Licks –Evenin' Breeze. Dan Hicks & His Hot Licks –Walkin' One And Only. Dan Hicks & His Hot Licks –Milk Shakin' Mama.

Recorded live at The Troubadour, Hollywood, California in February 1971 Gatefold pocket sleeve.

With his drummerless, violin-driven Hot Licks, Hicks created hip, jazzy, and sophisticated music that found its roots a lot further back than the '50s. The band was in fact modeled on gypsy guitarist Django Reinhardt's 1930s quintet, and buttressed by a pair of female vocalists, fondly called The Lickettes " and "I Scare Myself," the latter covered by both Thomas Dolby and Barry Reynolds-are genuine. Is that one of the best song titles ever? For years I thought of this album as being flatter sounding, less alive and full than the 'Where's the Money'lp that has several of these songs on it done live. Upon revisiting it about 20 years ago I realised this is another classic album. Sure, the production could have made the sound a bit more lively.

Dan Hicks and His Hot Licks finally score a hit album, ‘Last Train to Hicksville’ - just as Hicks dissolves the band. He had half a dozen words on the first Dan Hicks & His Hot Licks album. There were two photos of him on the second album, Where’s The Money? and a part in the Dan Hicks Look-Alike Contest-Look Just Like Dan Hicks coupon that was included in Striking It Rich. There was a time when Dan would bring Jimmie to gigs in his own little hatbox, but only on one occasion did he ever get up the nerve to bring him out onstage. Finally Jimmie’s body started to rot and in a fit of pique Dan tore him up. The Hot Licks remember being greeted as they came to one rehearsal at Dan’s old Sausalito houseboat.

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Throughout his decades-long career, Dan Hicks stood as one of contemporary music's true eccentrics. While steeped in folk, his acoustic sound knew few musical boundaries. He drew on country, call-and-response vocals, jazz phrasing, and no small amount of humor to create a distinctive, albeit sporadic, body of work that earned him a devoted cult following. After a pair of 1971 records, Where's the Money? and Striking It Rich, they issued 1973's Last Train to Hicksville, which proved to be the Hot Licks' most successful album yet. At the peak of the group's popularity, however, Hicks dissolved the band and did not resurface until 1978, releasing the solo LP It Happened One Bite, the soundtrack to an uncompleted feature by animator Ralph Bakshi.

Tracklist

1 I Feel Like Singing 2:38
2 Coast To Coast 2:50
3 News From Up The Street 4:00
4 Where's The Money? 2:42
5 Caught In The Rain 3:00
6 Shorty Falls In Love 2:18
7 By Hook Or By Crook 3:02
8 Reelin' Down 3:07
9 The Buzzard Was Their Friend 2:36
10 Traffic Jam 3:12
11 Is This My Happy Home? 3:02
12 Dig A Little Deeper 2:43

Credits

  • Artwork – Bill Matthews
  • Bass – Jaime Leopold
  • Engineer – Ray Thompson
  • Mixed By – Bruce Botnick
  • Producer – Tommy LiPuma
  • Violin, Mandolin, Backing Vocals – Sid Page
  • Vocals, Guitar – Dan Hicks
  • Vocals, Percussion – Maryann Price
  • Vocals, Percussion, Fiddle – Naomi Ruth Eisenberg*
  • Written-By – Dan Hicks

Notes

Recorded live at The Troubadour, Hollywood, Calif. - Feb. '71

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BTS 29 Dan Hicks And His Hot Licks Where's The Money? ‎(LP, Album) Blue Thumb Records BTS 29 US 1971
BTS 29 Dan Hicks And His Hot Licks Where's The Money? ‎(LP, Album) Blue Thumb Records BTS 29 US 1971
BTS 29 Dan Hicks And His Hot Licks Where's The Money? ‎(LP, Album, Ter) Blue Thumb Records BTS 29 US 1974
BLE M529 Dan Hicks And His Hot Licks Where's The Money? ‎(Cass, Album) Blue Thumb Records BLE M529 US Unknown
BTS 29 Dan Hicks And His Hot Licks Where's The Money? ‎(LP, Album) Blue Thumb Records BTS 29 Canada 1971