Good & Goneby Severed Limb (Vinyl Record)

Severed Limb: Good & Gone (Vinyl LP)


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Vinyl LP pressing. 2017 release. The Severed Limb are a young six-piece skiffle band from London who write songs influenced by a variety of roots styles. The band released their debut EP in Oct 2010 to much acclaim and released an album for Damaged Goods in 2014. It led to a filmed BBC Session with Steve Lamacq who said of them Rampant and joyful... an infectious mix of old rock 'n' roll styles playfully twisted for (today). Written on the concrete of London's Borough Market during one of the bands regular busking sessions, the album's spontaneity, from the immediate Undertones stomp of opener 'Oh My My!', will make anyone take notice. Laid down on two-inch tape in an all-analogue New Forest studio, the band were given chance to express their appreciation for a vintage sound in their own frank way - even if things did take a mysterious turn. We'd drive down to Dorset and it was great to be totally isolated, they say. The studio was a wooden hut near a village called Burley which is famous for witchcraft. It was an apt place to record the b-movie horror film-inspired tracks like 'Bela Lugosi'. Hopping from punchy skiffle to the murkier depths of visceral punk rock, Severed Limb imperfectly embody the uncompromised spirit of true rock 'n' roll. Ohh My My, Poison, Béla Lugosi, Salamander, Feed Me Seymour, Freezing Point, The Severed Limb Strikes Again, It's Not Fine, Good and Gone