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King James, Crown Royal and a Colt 45

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Download links and information about King James, Crown Royal and a Colt 45 by Miss Derringer. This album was released in 2004 and it belongs to Rock, Blues Rock, Indie Rock, Country, Alternative Country, Alternative genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 31:37 minutes.

Artist: Miss Derringer
Release date: 2004
Genre: Rock, Blues Rock, Indie Rock, Country, Alternative Country, Alternative
Tracks: 10
Duration: 31:37
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. The Letter 3:16
2. Dear Johnny 4:03
3. Devil in the White City 3:40
4. Lordy 2:21
5. Texas 3:06
6. Corpus Christi 2:56
7. Twelve-Oh-Six 4:20
8. Long Way From Home 2:26
9. Open Casket Funeral 2:12
10. Confession 3:17

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It's said that Andy Warhol became the manager and mouthpiece for the Velvet Underground after a failed attempt to form a rock band with several other artists, which should serve as a lesson to us all about visual artists who decide to start making music. But there are exceptions to every rule, and Liz McGrath, former Tongue vocalist and fanzine editor who is now best known as a painter and sculptor, has eased her way back into music in partnership with photographer turned songwriter Morgan Slade in a new project called Miss Derringer. Creepy-crawling through a set of lean blues-based tunes about lives lived either on the lam or in a trailer park, King James, Crown Royal and a Colt 45 shows that Morgan is a talented lyricist whose obsessive tales of love and crime are a fine match for McGrath's whiskey-burnished but curiously innocent voice, and the roots-conscious backing (featuring members of los Cincos, Bulima Banquet, and Skeetertruck) balances slop and enthusiasm while getting the balance just right. While this album isn't as consistent as one might hope, for a first project from principles who pursue music as a second job these days, both the songs and the execution are effective and absorbing, with McGrath and Morgan making for a potent combo on the epochal "Twelve-oh-Six" and the grim but jaunty "Open Casket Funeral." A punk-conscious crossbreed between blues and country with lyrics Jim Thompson would have admired, Miss Derringer make a hell of an entrance with this album; let's hope they have another one in 'em.