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August 2009 Week 2
Amazon.com Review
The good reverend of Dallas, Jim Heath (a.k.a. Rev. Horton Heat), lays down his psychotic Gretsch to kneel at the instrumental altar of this sundry fakebook of a few of his heroes: Ray Charles, Duane Eddy, Lee Hazlewood, and Booker T & the MGs. The side project draws its name from the reverendís new rhythm section, led by organist Tim Alexander (Asleep at the Wheel), whose graceful Hammond B3 often trumps even the guitar work of the bandís leader. Alexander and Heath trade licks in Eddyís cowpoke ditty "Mooviní and Groovin," landing it somewhere between Dick Dale and the Beach Boys, while drummer Todd Soesbeís frantic ferocity turns up the heat on Booker Tís "Canít Be Still." The reverendís torch-bearing legions of fans might not get it, but this incarnation of his band is a soulful, searing, and ultra-cool sermon that the good reverend should revisit often. -Scott Holter
Reverend Organdrum and Reverend Horton Heat
Audio CD (January 8, 2008)
Original Release Date: January 8, 2008
Number of Discs: 1
Label: Yep Roc Records

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1. Moovin' N' Groovin
  2. Strollin' With Bones
  3. A Shot In The Dark
  4. Night Train
  5. Honkey Tonk(Side A & B)
  6. James Bond Theme
  7. Bim Bam Baby
  8. Can't Be Still
  9. Experiment In Terror
10. Mardis Gras Mambo
11. Theme To Route 66
12. Hang 'Em High
13. Black And Crazy Blues
14. Ain't That A Kick In The Head
15. C Jam Blues
16. I Got A Woman
17. Groovin'
18. Time Is Tight

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