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Alan Evans Trio - Drop Hop - out on Royal Family Records

Alan Evans Trio Drop Hop
Alan Evans Trio - Drop Hop
(CD/Digital) Royal Family Records, 2012-05-14

Soulive's drummer Alan Evans is back in the groove with a trio formation. If you're into Booker T. and the MG's, Medeski Martin & Wood, The City Champs, Will Bernard Trio, The Meters and every good organ trio, Drop Hop is a must-have and a future classic. Loaded with instantly catchy tunes, it reveals the obvious talents of Alan Evans' longtime friends: heavy Hammond lines of Beau Sasser (a true revelation on B3 - at least for us) and superb Danny Mayer's Grant-Greenish guitar riffs. We love the rough and dirty sound of this release, one of the Spring's grooviest soul-funkwise platter, along with the new Sugarman 3 and the terrific Wil Blades/Billy Martin duo's album (Shimmy).

Alan Evans Trio Drop Hop
Alan Evans Trio - Drop Hop
(CD/Digital) Royal Family Records, 2012-05-14

Tracklisting :
01. Authoritay
02. Check Your Lugnuts
03. Whistlin' Willie
04. Drop Hop
05. Rum Runner
06. If You Want My Love (Give It Up)
07. The Meter's Runnin'
08. Crooooz
09. After Everyone's Gone

Links :
Alan Evans Trio : official | Royal Family Records (label) | facebook | soundcloud | twitter

Drop Hop pre release by alanevanstrio
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