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This is one of those "greatest groups that you've never heard of." Dan Hicks was in the thick of things in late 60's San Francisco, but rather than psychedelia, he produced a sound that incorporated elements of Lambert, Hendricks and Ross and Bob Wills and added a completely original amalgam of ironic humor and snappy, jazzy arrangements. I saw them live on several occasions and they were an absolute gas. After more than 30 years I still play their albums when I want to put a smile on my face and remember a more innocent time. This album contains many of the best tracks from "Where's the Money?" and "Striking it Rich", their best two discs.


Total CLASS Genius. Brilliant original captivating. Funny witty.
Hep. Cat! Daddio! What's. Happening
Big daddy. He's a loose. Dude, in a Loose. Mood. His feet to keep a movin.
He's whackey but He's groovin . He may be nuts but he Ain't in No Ruts. He's so Looney you can't pin it! Has his head got nothin in it! He wrote this 40 years ago


Genre: Rock

After paving the way for the San Francsico '60s rock scene with the Charlatans, singer/guitarist Dan Hicks decided to channel his interests in American roots music into a band where he wielded the baton himself, Dan Hicks & His Hot Licks. Combining folk, Western swing, hot jazz, and old-time string-band music, the Licks released their debut album, ORIGINAL RECORDINGS, in 1968. Hicks's musical chemistry with fiddler Sid Page was a trademark of the band, which released three more acclaimed albums before...
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