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Dock

Chuck Prophet - Bobby Fuller Died For Your Sins

Chuck P (not D) has again delivered an album that is a celebration of the energy of rock n' roll and the positivity that emanates from that kind of celebration. Great riffs and lyrics as per usual. Chuck Prophets music is a lighthouse that the stormy sea of America needs at the moment, especially with the cretin president making waves. 'Post War Cinematic Dead Man Blues' will be the best earworm you will hear in 2017. Rock and roll is alive and well and Chuck Prophet is the dedicated surgeon in charge of the Intensive Care Unit. I love the man!

Grind

Might get that. Ta!
Grind

Got it - I now have happy ears.
Butts

He was great at the Brude on Thursday. Just gets better - 20 songs/ 2 hours, funny as hell banter and still the best guitarist I've seen. The new songs really stand out - this might be his poppiest album yet. Alex Nieto is the one that came across the best.

He's on the Andrew Marr show tomorrow am - apparently the producer is a massive fan.
Dock

Butts wrote:
He was great at the Brude on Thursday. Just gets better - 20 songs/ 2 hours, funny as hell banter and still the best guitarist I've seen. The new songs really stand out - this might be his poppiest album yet. Alex Nieto is the one that came across the best.

He's on the Andrew Marr show tomorrow am - apparently the producer is a massive fan.


Ta for the heads up. Watched it this morning. Quite a young backing group. I always imagined Chuck as having older more seasoned veteran musicians in tow. But this band are obviously up to the job.
Late Doors

Clashed with the Mighty Giants first home game of the season and given ive got a season ticket this year and there was no way of getting the other lads to miss the game i gave the gig a miss. Sounds ace,  The Giants were bab .

Not got the album yet but the little ive heard off it sounds good. Yep, his guitar playing is effortlessly brilliant. Sure ill get more chances to see him at the Brude again. Would love to see him somewhere in the States. Got a Chicago trip planned with the boys for 2020, maybe then
Dock

Butts wrote:
He was great at the Brude on Thursday. Just gets better - 20 songs/ 2 hours, funny as hell banter and still the best guitarist I've seen. The new songs really stand out - this might be his poppiest album yet. Alex Nieto is the one that came across the best.

He's on the Andrew Marr show tomorrow am - apparently the producer is a massive fan.


Re Alex Nieto. Very very veeeeery occasionally there is a song that knocks your fucking head off with the impact of a pissed off bare-knuckle boxer whose last rolo you just nicked and Alex Nieto is one of those very rare songs. It's just a bloody great life-affirming sound and CP's vocal on it is superb. It's Chuck being Chuck. I had it on when I picked Joseph Dock up from Kids Club this aft. We were at a junction And I did the Dad thing of checking the rear view mirror to see how he was and he was rocking away as much as being seat-belted in a booster seat can let you rock away.
Dock

Grind wrote:
Got it - I now have happy ears.


Ace. LD got me into Chuck Prophet, and then I prompted you to check out Chuck Prophet. And then you checked him out and bought one of his long players. That's what Reg used to be about: Infiltrate and spread the message! Fantastic!
Grind

Dock wrote:
Grind wrote:
Got it - I now have happy ears.


Ace. LD got me into Chuck Prophet, and then I prompted you to check out Chuck Prophet. And then you checked him out and bought one of his long players. That's what Reg used to be about: Infiltrate and spread the message! Fantastic!


To be fair, I did see him play on his Balinese Dancer tour somewhere or other in London back in the day - but you've reminded me of his total aceness, which works for me.
Dock

Grind wrote:
Dock wrote:
Grind wrote:
Got it - I now have happy ears.


Ace. LD got me into Chuck Prophet, and then I prompted you to check out Chuck Prophet. And then you checked him out and bought one of his long players. That's what Reg used to be about: Infiltrate and spread the message! Fantastic!


To be fair, I did see him play on his Balinese Dancer tour somewhere or other in London back in the day - but you've reminded me of his total aceness, which works for me.


Fair point my friend. Here's the story of the the man whose story is behind the song Alex Nieto:

https://justice4alexnieto.org/alex-story/
sheeps

Dock wrote:
Butts wrote:
He was great at the Brude on Thursday. Just gets better - 20 songs/ 2 hours, funny as hell banter and still the best guitarist I've seen. The new songs really stand out - this might be his poppiest album yet. Alex Nieto is the one that came across the best.

He's on the Andrew Marr show tomorrow am - apparently the producer is a massive fan.


Re Alex Nieto. Very very veeeeery occasionally there is a song that knocks your fucking head off with the impact of a pissed off bare-knuckle boxer whose last rolo you just nicked and Alex Nieto is one of those very rare songs. It's just a bloody great life-affirming sound and CP's vocal on it is superb. It's Chuck being Chuck. I had it on when I picked Joseph Dock up from Kids Club this aft. We were at a junction And I did the Dad thing of checking the rear view mirror to see how he was and he was rocking away as much as being seat-belted in a booster seat can let you rock away.



Father and son booster seats, whatever next?
Dock

sheeps wrote:
Dock wrote:
Butts wrote:
He was great at the Brude on Thursday. Just gets better - 20 songs/ 2 hours, funny as hell banter and still the best guitarist I've seen. The new songs really stand out - this might be his poppiest album yet. Alex Nieto is the one that came across the best.

He's on the Andrew Marr show tomorrow am - apparently the producer is a massive fan.


Re Alex Nieto. Very very veeeeery occasionally there is a song that knocks your fucking head off with the impact of a pissed off bare-knuckle boxer whose last rolo you just nicked and Alex Nieto is one of those very rare songs. It's just a bloody great life-affirming sound and CP's vocal on it is superb. It's Chuck being Chuck. I had it on when I picked Joseph Dock up from Kids Club this aft. We were at a junction And I did the Dad thing of checking the rear view mirror to see how he was and he was rocking away as much as being seat-belted in a booster seat can let you rock away.



Father and son booster seats, whatever next?


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Last time My height was measured was by a nurse at the local GP's. Currently at 5' 8" and a quarter. I think the quarter is key here. I really do!

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