Tim Timebomb and Friends | 2012 November
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November 2012


Oh Lonesome Me

30.11.2012 in A SONG A DAY

iTunes//Amazon//Spotify Don Gibson was known to have said ” I consider myself a songwriter who sings rather than a singer who writes songs.” He was a strong writer and we brought in the Ohio Ramblers in to cover this one. Tim Timebomb- Guitar, Vocal Dave…


Rocket 88

29.11.2012 in A SONG A DAY

iTunes//Amazon//Spotify The original Rocket 88 was produced by Sam Phillips (Sun Records) for Chess Records in 1951. Jackie Brentson and his Delta Cats had a number one on the R&B charts with it, and a teenage Ike Turner played piano alongside his Rhythm Kings. Some…

Too Much Pressure

Too Much Pressure

28.11.2012 in A SONG A DAY

iTunes//Amazon//Spotify This is a Selecter song. Pauline Black had a fantastic voice and rude girl style…my backing band on this tune is my favorite young ska/punk band the INTERRUPTERS. Tim Timebomb – Lead Vocals, Guitar Aimee Interrupter – Vocals Kevin Bivona – Guitar, Melodica, Vocals…

Lip Up Fatty

Lip Up Fatty

27.11.2012 in A SONG A DAY

iTunes//Amazon//Spotify Lip Up Fatty-This is the third 2 Tone era song that we’ve done so far.  I first saw Bad Manners while I was in high school-when they played the Berkeley Keystone in 1983.  A lot of the punk rock kids went to that show,…

Bad Luck

Bad Luck

26.11.2012 in A SONG A DAY

iTunes//Amazon//Spotify I’ve always loved Social Distortion, and Mike Ness is a great songwriter. Rancid and Social D. have a history… Mike played guitar onstage with Rancid at Roseland in New York in 1996, and Matt Freeman played bass with Social D. on tour. We used…