Performer: Dan Hicks And The Hot Licks
Title: Last Train To Hicksville...The Home Of Happy Feet
Style: Bluegrass, Swing, Blues Rock, Folk Rock
Category: Jazz / Rock / Folk music
Album rating: 4.7
Size MP3: 1505 mb
Size FLAC: 1826 mb
Size WMA: 1199 mb
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BTS 51. Dan Hicks And The Hot Licks. The Home Of Happy Feet (LP, Album). Dan Hicks And His Hot Licks.
Arranged By – Dan Hicks And The Hot Licks. Artwork – Bob McCormick. All additional instruments and sounds by the MASKED JAZZERS and SAWDUST BOYS. Recording done "live" at the Record Plant, Sausalito, Ca. March 1973.
Album · 2003 · 13 Songs. The Home of Happy Feet. Return to Hicksville - The Best of Dan Hicks and His Hot Licks (1971-1973). The Most of Dan Hicks & His Hot Licks.
Original Recordings" by Dan Hicks and His Hot Licks was the debut album for the group. Dan Hicks started the group after he left The Charlatans, a group he helped founded, in 1968. The liner notes to the CD "The Most Of Dan Hicks and His Hot Licks" described The Charlatans as a group of "psychedelic Edwardian desperadoes". After its release The Hot Licks would move over to Blue Thumb to record their last three records. Three of the songs on this album would later be re-recored once they started recording with Blue Thumb. Shorty Falls In Love" would appear on The Hot Licks live performance album "Where's The Money", their first album with Blue Thumb.
Dan Hicks - Last Train To Hicksville - My Old Timey Baby. the home of happy feet Sure beast m. OV. Dan Hicks - Waiting For The 103 (1969).
Dan Hicks (born December 9, 1941 - Died February 6, 2016) was a musician whose style blends elements of folk and jazz (and bits of other genres, too). His music is also infused with a good dose of humor (. one of his most popular songs: "How can I miss you when you won't go away"). Hicks was in the San Francisco band The Charlatans, but is perhaps best known for his work with "Dan Hicks and his Hot Licks" which existed from sometime in the mid-1960s until 1973, culminating in the album Last Train to Hicksville.
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