Book of Spells
Download links and information about Book of Spells by The Boneshakers. This album was released in 1997 and it belongs to Electronica, Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Blues, Dancefloor, Dance Pop genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 47:36 minutes.
|Genre:||Electronica, Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Blues, Dancefloor, Dance Pop|
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|2.||Break Down the Walls||3:35|
|3.||I Blew Up the United States||4:02|
|4.||Part Time Man||3:27|
|5.||I'm Living All of My Days for You||4:38|
|6.||Welcome to My Life||3:39|
|7.||Why Don't You Want Me?||3:35|
|9.||Let's Straighten It Out||4:38|
|10.||The One You Run To||4:47|
|11.||Don't Tear My Heart Apart||3:19|
|12.||Long Way Down||4:28|
The Boneshakers, you might say, are a danceable roots rock version of Steely Dan — two songwriters/instrumentalists/vocalists (Randy Jacobs and Sweet Pea Atkinson) compose tart, biting songs and perform them with ensembles of guest musicians, some bearing impressive credentials (in this case, critical fave Jon Butcher among them). Jacobs and Atkinson had previously worked together with Was (Not Was); individually, they've collaborated with everyone from Elton John and Coolio to Iggy Pop and Ofra Haza.
But even down to its title, their debut album, Book of Spells, seems to promise just slightly more voodoo than it actually delivers. It opens with the James Brown warhorse "Cold Sweat," later revisits Was (Not Was)' twisted, oddly graceful "I Blew up the United States," and concludes with the fluffy and tasty funk vamp "Fudge Brownie." But the journey between isn't exactly crammed full of memorable moments. The roadhouse blues "Part Time Man," the ballad "Let's Straighten It Out," and other tracks such as "The One You Run To" might be pleasant enough, authentic grooves, but there are no great songs on this album.