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Luther Wright & the Wrongs

Discussion in 'Recordings [BG]' started by gruffpuppy, May 6, 2002.


  1. Any one heard of them?
    I picked up this disk on the weekend.
    The bass playing is good but I didn't buy it for the bass. Pretty good disk.

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    An original old-tyme hurtin' country music band doing a cover of The Wall.
     
  2. Yeah! I just heard these guys on a radio show last week. Blugrass interpretation of The Wall - surprisingly good.
     
  3. I've met a couple of the members that hail from my hometown.

    I can't say I love the album but some of the interpretations including "Mother" are well done and I give credit to them for having the minerals to do such a thing.
     
  4. My brother turned me on to that album. He works in radio, and found a promo copy laying around the office, and had no idea what it was. Great stuff.
     
  5. The disk is still putting a smile on my face.
    The little between song speach is great.

    I.e. "Are these all your Guitars?" "This place is as big as a barn!" The chainsaw starting the song instead of the helicoptor.

    And they can play, which is a nice plus.
     
  6. I play that for walk in music and between sets. Throws everyone for a loop.:D It's actually a really neat interpretation of the Wall.

    "are there any deer in the theatre tonight?
    get 'em up against the wall,
    there's one in the headlights,
    get 'em up against the wall,
    and that one looks foolish,
    and there's a raccoon!
    who let all of this riffraff into the room?"

    Makes me laugh every time.