RADIO MOJO

RADIO MOJO

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Title : [wolf_jplayer_playlist id="1"] From the hard-rocking, slide guitar driven “Where Were You When the Lights Went Out” to the Magic Sam-influenced treatment of “I Just Got to Know,” Suhler and company carve out an original blues-rock groove that recalls George Thorogood, The Fabulous Thunderbirds and Stevie Ray Vaughan. Suhler is particularly good at nasty slide guitar, showcased on the Elmore James instrumental “Pickin’ the Blues.” From the Bo Diddley beat (on “Oh Hannah”) to the slinky reptile rhythms (“Doncha Hang Around My Door”), Monkey Beat suggests an unwholesomely good time. And, as George Thorogood (who picked them as an opening act on his most recent tours) states, “They better be good, I discovered them.” Where Were You When The Lights Went Out? 2:47 Doncha Hang Around My Door 4:28 Radio Mojo 3:30 Devil’s Hand 3:36 Oh Hannah 3:35 I Wonder 3:07 Diggin’ Out The Dog 3:54 Ain’t Comin Home Tonight 3:43 Beggin’ You Please 3:22 I Know A Secret 4:02 Pickin’ The Blues 3:01 I Just Got To Know 4:23 If I Could See The Future 3:12
Release Date : January 16, 1996
Label :
Catalog ref. : B000001P9W
Format : Digital Download

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From the hard-rocking, slide guitar driven “Where Were You When the Lights Went Out” to the Magic Sam-influenced treatment of “I Just Got to Know,” Suhler and company carve out an original blues-rock groove that recalls George Thorogood, The Fabulous Thunderbirds and Stevie Ray Vaughan. Suhler is particularly good at nasty slide guitar, showcased on the Elmore James instrumental “Pickin’ the Blues.”

From the Bo Diddley beat (on “Oh Hannah”) to the slinky reptile rhythms (“Doncha Hang Around My Door”), Monkey Beat suggests an unwholesomely good time. And, as George Thorogood (who picked them as an opening act on his most recent tours) states, “They better be good, I discovered them.”

  • Where Were You When The Lights Went Out? 2:47
  • Doncha Hang Around My Door 4:28
  • Radio Mojo 3:30
  • Devil’s Hand 3:36
  • Oh Hannah 3:35
  • I Wonder 3:07
  • Diggin’ Out The Dog 3:54
  • Ain’t Comin Home Tonight 3:43
  • Beggin’ You Please 3:22
  • I Know A Secret 4:02
  • Pickin’ The Blues 3:01
  • I Just Got To Know 4:23
  • If I Could See The Future 3:12

SHAKE

SHAKE

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Title : [wolf_jplayer_playlist id="1"] The title cut is more than appropriate, as the entire recording makes you want to do just that. It would be hard to beat the combination of the classic “Little Boy Blue”, mischievious “Double Talking Woman”, and toe tapping “Every Dog Has His Day”. This is one you don’t want to miss. Snake Bit 4:02 Shake 4:19 Bad News 4:32 Snake Hips 4:29 Voodoo Light 7:11 Black Magic Spell 6:22 Graveyard Train 4:12 Little Boy Blue 4:14 Bones in the Closet 5:43 Double Talkin’ Woman 4:25 Every Dog Has His Day 5:47 Dark Was The Night, Cold Was The Ground 1:28 Sweet Temptation 5:41
Release Date : February 7, 1995
Label :
Catalog ref. : B000001P9Z
Format : Digital Download

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STARVATION BOX

STARVATION BOX

Title : Starvation Box: The Best of Jim Suhler & Monkey Beat
Release Date : October 21, 2003
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Catalog ref. : B0000D9PGY
Format : Digital Download

THE BEST OF JIM SUHLER & MONKEY BEAT

Jim Suhler and Monkey Beat have been on the music scene now for several decades, and have built a fan base worldwide. They are well-known for their “no-holds-barred” approach to blues-inspired rock and roll. Their three Lucky Seven releases have shown an amazing depth of songwriting and playing, and their constant touring in both the USA and Europe has garnered many admirers. Jim is also well-known as the lead guitarist for George Thorogood and The Destroyers, and has often been included in “Top Ten Guitarists” lists of various music publications.

But now comes their best release ever! In a manner of speaking, Starvation Box is a double album, for it contains two distinct elements, both “The Best of Jim Suhler and Monkey Beat” AND six brand new tracks, each deserving in its own right to be included in anyone’s “Best Of”. The coolest, most popular tracks from their first three alubms -Radio Mojo, Shake and Bad Juju – are all included in one convenient package, and as a bonus, the band also presents six great new songs, including their arrangements of Elmore James’ classic “U Gotta Move,” Lightnin’ Hopkins’ “Lonesome Dog Blues”, and four new Suhler originals. So once again, make sure the back door is locked tight, because here come three of the hardest-rocking musicians you’ll ever encounter – Jim Suhler and Monkey Beat!

  • Where Were You When The Lights Went Out? 2:51
  • Deja Blue 3:53
  • Ain’t Coming Home Tonight 3:47
  • Snake Hips 4:33
  • Prayin’ For Rain 5:12
  • Little Boy Blue 4:16
  • Blame It On Love 3:40
  • Snake Bit 4:04
  • U Gotta Move 5:33
  • Starvation Box 5:18
  • Chupacabra 3:26
  • Shotgun Shack 4:31
  • Love Ain’t Enough 4:49
  • Don’t Stand Still 5:28
  • Shake 4:21
  • Radio Mojo 3:32
  • Lonesome Dog Blues 3:25