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Live At The Wax Museum


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If ever a band existed that was meant to be heard in a live concert setting, it is without question the New Rhythm and Blues Quartet (aka NRBQ) . The archival vault release Live at the Wax Museum (2003) exemplifies that statement, featuring the classic incarnation with Terry Adams (clavinet/piano/vocals/trumpet), Joey Spampinato (bass/vocals), "Big" Al Anderson (guitar/vocals), Tom Ardolino (drums), and the Whole Wheat Horns section of Donn Adams (trombone) and Keith Spring (tenor sax). While there is really no such thing as a typical NRBQ show since the band never plays the same set twice, this CD represents what could easily be considered as the band doing what it does best. And that, of course, is animating its inimitable blend of roots rock, jazz, and pop originals, as well as a healthy sampling of exquisitely chosen covers tunes. Excerpted from a 1982 show at the Wax Museum, the band is joined by John B. Sebastian, who leads them through the classic Lovin' Spoonful hits "Did You Ever Have to Make Up Your Mind," "You Didn't Have to Be So Nice," "Do You Believe in Magic," and a very intimate "Darlin' Be Home Soon." The main set is peppered with the band's own special blend of musical magic, kicking off with a rousing good-time cover of the Al Hirt hit "Java" and weaving through originals such as the ragged but right "Wacky Tobacky" and "That's Neat, That's Nice." NRBQ also hits upon the demented ditties "Things We Like to Do," which was lifted, from of all places, the Chipmunks' soundtrack to their short-lived TV program The Alvin Show. There are the decidedly more serious sides, as well, including the pop bliss of Anderson's "Never Take the Place of You," and, arguably the highlight, "Tragic Magic" — a rarely performed Adams' instrumental. This is a no-brainer for longtime enthusiasts and a great place for the curious to delve into the musical madness that is NRBQ.


Bildades: 1967 i Miami, FL

Genre: Rock

Aktiva år: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Often called "the world's greatest bar band," NRBQ are that rare group that's eclectic, stylistically innovative, and creatively ambitious while also sounding thoroughly unpretentious and accessible. At its best, NRBQ's music casually mixes up barrelhouse R&B, British Invasion pop, fourth-gear rockabilly, exploratory free jazz, and dozens of other flavors while giving it all a stomp-down rhythm that makes fans want to dance and expressing a sense of joy and easy good humor that comes straight...
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