The Blasters – Over There (Live At The Venue, London) - LP

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The Blasters – Over There (Live At The Venue, London) - LP

Label: Slash – 9 23735-1
Format: Vinyl, LP, Mini-Album
Country: US
Released: 1982
Genre: Rock, Funk / Soul, Blues

Tracklist:

A1 High School Confidential 2:09
Written-By – Lewis*, Hargrave*
A2 Rock Boppin' Baby 2:07
Written-By – Edwin Bruce*
A3 Keep A Knockin' 2:05
Written-By – Richard Penniman

B1 I Don't Want To 1:53
Written-By – Dave Alvin
B2 Go, Go, Go 2:14
Written-By – Roy Orbison
B3 Roll 'Em Pete 4:34
Written-By – Kermit Holdin, Pete Johnson

The Blasters
Profile: Formed 1979 in Downey, CA, United States.

Phil Alvin (vocals, harmonica, guitar), John Bazz (bass), Bill Bateman (drums, 1979-93, 2008-present), Dave Alvin (guitar, 1979-86), Lee Allen (saxophone, 1981-94), Gene Taylor (keyboards, 1981-85), Steve Berlin (saxophone, 1981-84), Michael Mann [aka Hollywood Fats] (guitar, 1986), Billy Zoom (guitar, 1986), Greg "Smokey" Hormel (guitar, 1987-93), James Intveld (guitar, 1993-95), Dave Carroll (drums, 1993-94), Jerry Angel (drums, 1996-2008), Keith Wyatt (guitar, 1996-present).

The Blasters' self-described "American Music" was a blend of blues music, rockabilly, early rock and roll, punk rock, mountain music, and rhythm and blues. They still have a devoted fan base and have received largely positive critical reviews, but have earned only limited mainstream success. Critic Mark Deming wrote of them, "the Blasters displayed a wide-ranging musical diversity [and] were a supremely tight and tasteful band with enough fire, smarts, and passion for two or three groups."
-Source: Discogs