New Hoochie Coochie album out now


front.jpg‘Danger White Men Dancing’ is the title of the new studio album by The Hoochie Coochie Men featuring Jon Lord. It was released on October 1 through Edel Records. A special ltd. edition version with a DVD is also available.

The 13-track studio album also features Ian Gillan on two tracks and is the second collaboration between Jon Lord and Bob Daisley’s Australian combo The Hoochie Coochie Men.

Bob Daisley – bass, harmonica, vocals
Tim Gaze – guitars, lead vocals
Bob Grosser – drums, percussion
Jon Lord – Hammond & piano

Daisley, Gaze and Grosser began writing the material at Rob’s studio Disgracelands at the end of 2005, and continued writing, arranging and recording throughout 2006. Jon Lord’s keyboard parts were recorded at Olympic Studios, Barnes, with engineer Darren Schneider from the U.S.

The album also features guest vocals from Ian Gillan, Jimmy Barnes and Jeff Duff.

Jon Lord & The Hoochie Coochie Men have their own website with video clips and sound clips of all the album tracks plus detailed info on the band.

The Hoochie Coochie Men website.

The album will be distributed in the UK through Pinnacle.

Catalogue number: 0184622ERE
Special Edition CD + DVD: 0184628ERE

In 2003 Jon Lord did a short Australian club tour with the band, which resulted in a live album and DVD.

While in Australia to perform the ‘Concerto For Group And Orchestra’ at the Sydney Opera House and premier ‘Boom Of The Tingling Strings’ at Melbourne, an accompanying club tour of Jon’s solo material had to be changed when a small injury in Sydney put his piano playing abilities out.

He found he was able to play organ, so The Hoochie Coochie Men came to his rescue and the agenda for the solo dates were changed from strings and piano to Hammond tinged blues rock.

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