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9 thoughts on “ Get Down - Brian Henneman - Indianapolis (Vinyl) ”

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  2. The band currently consists of Brian Henneman (vocals, guitar), John Horton (guitar), Keith Voegele (bass) and Mark Ortmann (drums). Henneman and Ortmann are original members; original bassist Tom Ray left the band in and original guitarist Tom Parr left the band in
  3. Brian Henneman played with Uncle Tupelo before he started recording with his own band, the Bottle Rockets, an eccentric bunch from Missouri who fuse the rowdiness of saloons with the open-space pride of the prairies.. Bottle Rockets (East Side Digital, ) is an entertaining, if not amusing, carousel of dirty boogie (Every Kinda Everything), lamenting country & western (Trailer Mama.
  4. Filled with poignant songs of Americana, "Leftovers" should be a 8 course meal. From the catchy caffinated rock of "Coffee Monkey" to the love lost in "Financing His Romance" or "Get Down River," Brian Henneman and mates craft an excellent album that should be given a thourough listen too/5(13).
  5. The band, on what frontman Brian Henneman called its “One Foot in the Future, One Foot in the Past” tour, demonstrated again the depth and range of its extraordinary catalogue. The show was one of the best I’ve ever heard the Brox play. Henneman apparently felt the same way, posting Sunday on Facebook: “Fantastic St. Louis show last night.
  6. Lyrics. The Bottle Rockets Got a tow from a guy named Joe Cost sixty dollars hope I don't run out of dough Told me bout a sex offense 'put him three days in jail Stuck in Indianapolis, hope I live to tell the tale [Chorus] Can't go west, can't go east I'm stuck in Indianapolis with a fuel pump that's deceased Ten days on the road now I'm four hours from my home town Is this hell or.
  7. Brian Henneman was a longtime roadie and sideman for Uncle Tupelo, who backs him up on this recording represents Henneman's first commercial release before he struck out and formed the mildly popular group the Bottlerockets. From the opening song, "Indianapolis," it's obvious that Henneman is not a disciple of the Farrar-Tweedy sound or outlook.3/
  8. In Henneman recorded the solo 45rpm single "Indianapolis," an autobiographical song which he had written about Uncle Tupelo's van breaking down on tour. It was released on Rockville Records and backed with two more originals, "Get Down River" and "Wave That Flag", featuring vocal and instrumental back-up by Jay Farrar, Jeff Tweedy, and Mark Ortmann.

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