RICHARD SWIFT posts two new tunes on his website

Been wondering what’s been going on at Camp Swift these days since the snow has shaken loose on the Middle and Eastern Coasts, what’s been going on in RICHARD SWIFT’s lab? It turns out he’s turned the way-back machine to the 50’s, when talk was cheap and grunge was being firstborn. Luckily for us, Swift has been recording a LOT of new material inspired by this bygone era of chickenshacks and BBQ pits, when it was still scandalous for white kids to tune into black frequencies. Swift has made two of these unfinished tracks to his Myspace page for your downloading enjoyment, both of which are of the instrumental variety. But don’t be misled — he speaks volumes in these odd magical tunes he’s named “Knee High Boogie Blues” and “SM60″. In a post, he references Howlin Wolf, John Lee Hooker, Bo Diddley, Link Wray, and Bunker Hill. We could go on and on, but that about says it.


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