Morphius Records



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DMPR 114
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Vinyl LP with Damaged Cover

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"Equal parts ragtime, southern trash rock and McCartney-esque classic rock, with some gospel and barbershop thrown in. Think a really twisted version of The Band circa 1969, and you'd be pretty close." — The Washington Post

"A scruffy brand of southern-flavored rock that bears comparison to The Band as much as Nashville hype-herders Kings of Leon." — The Tennessean (Nashville, Tenn.)

Born and raised near Chattanooga, TN, J. Roddy Walston is the only limb left on the once-proud family tree of the Roddy clan. It was in the Smoky Mountain hollers of Tennessee that he was raised on the 'Music of God' and taught to play rock and roll by the hand of the Devil. Eventually he moved from the shadows and secrets of the South into the spotlight and temptations of the North.

Whether by divine appointment or a cocktail devised by the Devil, by the time he reached Baltimore a vicious band of players had gathered around him. First was his northern right-hand-man, Billy Gordon, a guitar player with a formidable pedigree himself. Next, taking his place on bass, was Zach Westphal, who sings like a bird but plays like he's fighting a hellhound set on taking him back to Montana. Rounding out the troop to hold down the steady beat was Steve Colmus, a southpaw with an affinity for chew and a strong snare hand. Together, they've been begging rock n' roll to respect its past and teaching old music new tricks.

Side 1
1. I’ll Tell You What
2. Nineteen Ought Four
3. Rock & Roll II
4. Used To Did
5. The Times Are A Staying
6. Generic In Love

Side 2
7. Go For It
8. Picnics & Kisses
9. Sally Bangs
10. Mommie Bomb
11. Stop Rip & Roll
12. Go Malachi

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