Assume the Position… It's Jarvis Humby / Assume the Position... It's Jarvis Humby
Download links and information about Assume the Position… It's Jarvis Humby / Assume the Position... It's Jarvis Humby by Jarvis Humby. This album was released in 2004 and it belongs to Rock, Psychedelic genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 39:53 minutes.
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|1.||We Say Yeah!||2:34|
|3.||99 Steps to the Sun||3:17|
|6.||Oh Baby (I Believe I'm Losing You)||3:10|
|9.||Let Me Take You There||2:46|
|10.||The 4th Man||1:31|
|12.||Ain't No Friend of Mine||2:47|
|14.||Man With the X-Ray Eyes (Silver Surfer)||2:54|
Try as we might, no one here can think of a name more British sounding than Jarvis Humby. He clearly must be the king of mod-swingers, this Humby character. What you say? Jarvis Humby is actually four blokes? Well then, they've set themselves up to quite a task with a name like that. They even put images of Keith Richards, the Who, the Beatles and a friggin' Union Jack on their album cover. Fortunately, these Humby boys deliver everything they promise. Pure liquid adrenalin R&B, complete with fuzzed guitars, white-boy blues vocals and an omnipresent Hammond that coats everything with a 1964 flavor. "99 Steps to the Sun" could be the official follow-up to ? & the Mysterians' "96 Tears," but they don't leave it at that. Opener "We Say Yeah!" is excellent if typical garage rock until the closing holler of "Yeah, yeah yeah" that you can imagine soundtracking the toga party scene in Animal House (originally filled by Lloyd Williams' "Shout"). "These Eyes" sounds like R.E.M. sounding like the Byrds, with it's antique 12-string tumble and "The 4th Man" is pure spy show/surf guitar goodness. Coming complete with white pants and Fender reverb, Jarvis Humby will make you want to grow your bangs, pop a couple of pep pills and head on down to Brighton to dance around and fight with the rockers. Vintage!