Wanting the variety of a later Beatles record -- think Abbey Road, but with an earthy surf garage and folk vibe, Retro Americana started out as just a collection of acoustic
tracks, one 60''s single throwback, and a soaring retro throwback to Derek and the D''s. Guitars are both funky and tight -- tones and feel recall Dylan, Eddie VH, Mott the Hoople, and classic 60''s Kinks, Link Ray and maybe a bit of White.
This is intended to be driving music on the long highways of the USA. The sound is retro surf garage -- some tunes dug up from work done 20 years gone by, and shined up a bit. Other tunes are new and shiny. A fine wine of an eclectic recording treat.
Life is like a lava lamp – random, but contained. What were once shortcomings are now SGV trademark.
The Villains are:
Glenn Ducusin: Lead Guitar, wrote and played “Geronimo’s Last Wipeout”
Steve Carver: Lead Guitar on Rodeo Never Ends
Angel Rodriguez (Single Fin) – Guest Vocals/harp/ and wrote “Situation”
Bill Swortwood : Kitchen Sink - all other instruments and vocals.
Engineering at Spudley Sound Studios in the heart of Queen Creek, Arizona!
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