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Album Review

Before they could release a second album of their patented good-time hippie acoustic swing, Hicks and his band parted company with Epic records. That their fresh start would be marked by the release of a live set may seem odd at first. But the album does in fact capture a certain intimacy missing from their studio debut. Songs that would remain staples of the Hot Licks repertoire for years to come are found in their most well-known versions here, including the title track, "I Feel Like Singing," "Shorty Falls in Love," and "By Hook or By Crook." The between-song banter even stands up to repeated listenings. It's not often that can be said about a live recording.

Customer Reviews


Get in the car..put the i-pod on this little gem and let it grow on you..I have alot of tunes but the Dan Hicks collection is by far the most chillin'...

About as good as it gets

This was the first Dan Hicks album I owned and it's still my favorite. Recorded live, the band is at the top of its act, performing with verve and brio and showing us what the word swing means. I used to think Dan Hicks and his music were ironic and self-consciously hip to a fault, despite sounding great. From the standpoint of 38 years later, it seems like the antitote to much that's happened since. And sounds even better.

Laid Back

Dan Hicks is the most laid back performer I have ever seen. This album is so well done and at the same time Dan seems so laid back. How does he do it. I don't know but, he will be 69 this year (2010) and he is still the most laid back dude around. Buy this album then go see him live.


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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