FIVE HORSE JOHNSON: The No. 6 Dance CD. blues based Hard rock / stoner! Check VIDEOS + Samples!!


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Artist: Five Horse Johnson
Format: CD
Release Year: 2001
Record Label: Smallstone Recordings
Genre: Bluesy Hard Rock

Track Listing
1 “Intro” – 0:19
2 “Mississippi King” – 3:34
3 “Spillin’ Fire” – 3:10
4 “Silver” – 4:42
5 “Gods of Demolition” – 3:59
6 “Shine Around” – 4:16
7 “It Ain’t Easy” – 4:17
8 “Hollerin'” – 4:07
9 “Lollpop” – 4:29
10 “Swallow the World” – 4:44
11 “Buzzard Luck” – 3:41
12 “Odella” – 14:24
13 “Mystery” – 0:57

Track 13 is a hidden track

Playing Time: 57 min.

Five Horse Johnson:
Brad Coffin (vocals, guitar);
Eric Oblander (vocals, harmonica);
Steve Smith (bass); Mike Alonso (drums, percussion).

Additional personnel:
Billy Reedy, Kenny Olson, Sandman, Phil Durr (guitar); Jimmy Bones (keyboards, background vocals); Mark Miers (piano); Bob Ebeling (Mellotron); Chuck Mauk (drums); Al Sutton (background vocals).
Producers: Al Sutton, Bill Kozy.

Recorded at Rustbelt Studios, Royal Oak, Michigan.

They don’t make them like this too often any-more. 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 Zeppelins 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 Coffins demon guitar and Eric Oblanders 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 sing-along chorus — a tune worthy of the smokiest middle-American teen bedrooms circa 1973.

5.0 out of 5 stars Rock Lives!,
Stop complaining about the sorry-state of Corporate Rock and buy this record…NOW! Its the four-headed-love-child of Black Sabbath and Robert Johnson produced by ZZ Top circa ’79. Great, greasy guitar playing. Cool nods to Apocalypse Now and David Bowie.

Best served with cold Budweiser.



5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome!,
Great to listen to while you’re drinking a beer with friends out on your back patio this summer.

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Weight 0.13 kg


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