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Them Dirty Dimes (from the album In Gold We Trust available as a self-release) (by Bryant Liggett)
Netherlands-based duo Them Dirty Dimes have given multiple styles of music a good kick in the rear. It is a bump up that has aided their sound, as the band, who can rock a festival stage or dirty Punk club with equal velocity, recently dropped Empty Pockets, a roaring blast of Folk Rock that touches on western noir, old-school Country and Eastern European Folk.
There’s the acoustic Rocker “Huddle by the Fire” that kicks off the record with sweet swinging organ, banging horns and harmonies. This is a cut that’s ripe for being an anthemic singalong in a packed, big venue. Those horns continue into the fun “Don’t Let Me Be” before giving way to the dark Folk of “Don’t Know Where I’m Bound” and Them Dirty Dimes stick to the dark side of Folk and re it up for “Stack Em Up”, a gritty Western tale of a card game gone wrong.
It’s not all dark. “Moving On” is a fun Roots Rocker driven by bouncy piano and punchy horns that could get the jam crowd twirling, they drop a solid Folk cut in “Love on Wheels” while “Shadows in the Night” has Eastern European accents.
The closer in “Hang on Rosie” is classic Country music, telling that this duo has studied American Roots music. There’s a little Willie, some Boss, even J. Roddy Walston influences in the sound. That sonic quality, together with the horns, pedal steel, banjo, and mandolins, equals a wonderful concoction of Roots music to make a killer record. (by Bryant Liggett)
Listen and buy the music of Them Dirty Dimes from AMAZON
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