Monday, January 11, 2010

Cub KODA - That's What I Like About the South 1984


Cub KODA - That's What I Like About the South 1984

Blues

Koda began to back away from the group's loud, overdriven rock sound - at least in private. He purchased a multi-track tape recorder and started producing one-man-band tapes, where he overdubbed all the instruments and vocals. For the Next several years, Koda made home recordings of rockabilly, blues, R & B, Country, jazz, and early rock & roll - the exact opposite of Brownsville 's heavy rock Stance; the rockabilly Tapes were eventually released as "That's What I Like About the South" in the early '80s (1984), with other tracks on compilations Showing up as Late as 1993.
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01. Hoy Hoy 1:29
02. Who Do You Love 2:34
03. Two Hundred Love Affair 2:22
04. Beetle Bug Bop 2:37
05. Blues Stop Knockin' 2:19
06. Bottle to the Baby 2:00
07. My Baby Left Me 2:05
08. That's What I Like About the South 2:04
09. Ace of Spades 2:35
10. Ten Little Women 2:03
11. Tight Jeans 1:36
12. Rattle Shakin' Mama 2:08
13. Chicken Walk 1:39
14. Split Personality 1:12
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2 comments:

  1. Greetings Monk! Thank you very much for the Cub Koda albums.

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