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Artist: I Can Lick Any SOB In The House
Album: This One's For The Fellows
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Song Notes: As-I-Listen Review: I dug these guys live, and they're probably going to turn out to be the bridge back to rock, since they're pretty much in the Country Rock Bar Band Sound. So I figure the next band will probably be pretty rockin'. They're not quite as fun on the record, but live, they were really pretty rules. And this song is one of my favorites. And it's kinda cool they didn't just get the Mono Puff version, since, even though the Mono Puff version is SO GOOD, it's always cool when you have tributes where everyone records something for it instead of just pulling something out of their back catalog. (I've seen that occasionally on tribute albums, where they're all like "Oh, well, so-and-so covered this song, why don't we just write and see if they'll let us put it on this disc." And that's always struck me as a little weak, but hey.) Anyway, though, yeah, Hillbilly Drummer Girl has a really cool riff. One thing, though is that I wish they had slowed down the final verse like the YFF do.. that verse is really pretty and had sort of an odd quality to it that sets it off from the rest of the song that really sort of needs to be set-off musically. It's got sort of a wider scope. It's pulling back and showing us how important the HBDG is In The Grand Unified Scheme Of Things, rather than just tellin' us about her activities of wakin' up in the drunk tank and getting money for new sticks? Y'know? I hope so, because the next song just started. And I'm actually kinda behind now. - Rev. Syung Myung Me