The songwriting is catchy and the covers are perfectly selected. Doyle's production is vibrant and alive, causing the performances to leap off the disc, and coaxing the best from all the musicians. A re-recording of their classic "Jungle Fever" kicks the disc off and it never looks back. Doyle's solo on Ray Charles' "I'm Gonna Move To The Outskirts Of Town" should be mandatory listening for anyone who's ever picked up a guitar and tried to play the blues, and Robbie Spagnoletti's drumming warrants special mention.
Find this disc! It'll be worth the search. Nadeau Music 'Doyle and Whiting' ( http://www.nadeaumusic.net/doyleandwhiting.html ) "Mark Doyle and Joe Whiting are one of the most celebrated partnerships from Syracuse, New York's rich pool of musicians. They have played together in various bands dating back to the early 1960's. I would highly recommend listening a copy of Buried Bones to get a full understanding of the music these guys have put together. Tours with the likes of early Van Halen and contributions to many other projects are just a part of their resume.
Visit the Mark Doyle and Jumpin' Joe Whiting official websites for more information." Joe Whiting's Website: http://www.joewhitingmusic.com/biography.html Mark Doyle's (& The Maniacs) Website: http://www.markdoyle.com/maniacs/biography-Mark.html Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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