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Album Review

Living in a swamp would be a much more attractive proposition if Webb Wilder was your next door neighbor. Rather than an icky bog, Wilder's musical bayou is populated by hoodoo witches, crazed landlords, Russian satellites, strange dreams and self-effacing humor. The Mississippi-raised / Nashville-based Wilder and band start from a basic blues style fused to rootsy rock, then shish-kebab the result with a skewered view of mundane existence. Echoes of 50s instrumental rock, British Invasion, garage grunge and psychedelia all surface throughout the album. Doo Dad doesn't quite hit the emotional depth of the group's previous Hybrid Vigor release, but Wilder sure knows how to ladle out the Southern hospitality.

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

The Webb Wilder character was created for a short film about a backwoods private detective who fell out of the '50s and happened to also be a musician. With his group, Wilder combines the surf guitar of the Ventures with the rock roots of Duane Eddy, drawing on the feel of both country music and film noir. Though sometimes bordering on the gimmicky, the band is quite humorous yet plays serious music. It Came from Nashville featured a cover of Steve Earle's "Devil's Right Hand," appropriate because,...
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