The Merseybeat quartet Jimmy & The Revolvers, from England, were introduced last year.
Jimmy & The Revolvers
Their latest track The Morning Paper, which was made available yesterday and due for official release on the 23rd of November, is a piece that finds Jimmy & The Revolvers in full reflective glory.
The Morning Paper additionally draws reference from even further back in time, Kenny Ball And His Jazzmen comes to mind. Rather than sounding like a retrograde throw-back they furnish the approaching three and a quarter minutes with flourishes of ornamentation which they place to deliver sounds of currency as trumpet soars and guitar blazes a trail, to accompaniment of clear as a bell percussion and the listener can’t help but find themselves nodding their head in approval as their feet tap away happily.
The Jimmy & The Revolvers reference points hold a timeless quality, which they are able to translate with an enthusiastic and lemon zing freshness that captivates the audience and it is of little surprise they can be found travelling up and down the UK to enthusiastic venue attenders.
With a sound that is ubiquitous of geo-political borders, if justice is served the quartet will find frequent need for passports.
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Jimmy & The Revolvers, from Liverpool in England, is the dance-rock quartet of Jay Rehm (Vocals / Acoustic Guitar), Kurt Riley (Vocals / Bass), Jimmy Moon (Electric Guitar) and Ash Michael (Drums).
Jimmy & The Revolvers
A skiffle beat tumbles across the room as Jimmy & The Revolvers wind back the clock and infuse it with the 21st Century. Find a partner to dance with in close step and you will have the perfect position in which to enjoy the quartet to its fullest extent.
The combinations of acoustic and electronic guitar enable Jimmy & The Revolvers to add significant dimensions to the compositions, which have a light, yet intoxicating touch as they keep the music skipping forward, yet enable the audience to enjoy the music for what it is on its own merit. The vocals swim round the sounds as the two voices flow into one another playing foils of keys, which add a further texture to the resulting out-put.
A new single Whistle For My Love due out on the 4th of August marks a new direction of sound for Jimmy & The Revolvers as they press the accelerator to their previous releases adding a samba to the resulting out-put. Although of a different vein there is sufficient similarity for those already in the know to not feel alienated and for new listeners an engaging production.
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