No. 6 Dance

by Five Horse Johnson

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They don't make them like this too often anymore. No. 6 Dance is American rock & roll from the heartland with Five Horse Johnson hopping a freight train and riding the rails from rootsy blues to acid rock to '70s guitar-band heaviness. The album takes Led Zeppelin's brand of psychedelic stoner tunes and puts them in a stars-and-stripes T-shirt. "Mississippi King" is a catchy jam that would have suited Skynyrd just fine. "Spillin' Fire" takes the old school harmonica blues and rocks out with them, and "It Ain't Easy" makes for a sweet, Southern, sun-drenched cover. "Gods of Demolition," the title that best befits Five Horse Johnson, showcases Brad Coffin's demon guitar and Eric Oblander's desert rocking, Kyuss-esque vocals. But the best song on the disc has got to be "Shine Around," a groovy, circular, Black Crowes-style jam with a singalong chorus -- a tune worthy of the smokiest middle-American teen bedrooms circa 1973.

credits

released 10 April 2001

Five Horse Johnson is:
Brad Coffin: Vox & Guitars
Eric Oblander: Vox & Harp
Steve Smith: Bass

Additional Musicians:
Chuck Mauk: Drums on Tracks 2-7,9,10, & 12
Billy Reedy: Leed Guitar on Tracks 7 & 12
Kenny Olson: Lead Guitar on Tracks 2 & 6
Jimmy Bones: Hammond and Backing Vocals on Tracks 2 & 6
Mark Miers: Piano on track 8
Sandman: Other Lead Guitar on 7
Al Sutton: Backing Vocals on Track 7
Bob Ebeling: Melotron on track 11
Phil Durr: Guitar on track 5

Executive Producer: Scott Hamilton
Fine Arts: Mark Dancey
Produced by: Al Sutton, Scott Hamilton, & Bill Kozy
Recorded @ Rustbelt Studios, Royal Oak, MI during the Fall months of 2000.
Engineererd by: Bill Kozy, Dan Winters, Bob Ebeling, and occasionally Al Sutton. Mastered by: Chris Gooseman @ Solid Sound, Ann Arbor, MI

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