George and The Hi-Risers: Transatlantic Dynamite
Released: February 2006
happens when you mix British Invasion Beat Pop with real Stateside Rock
'n' Roll? Don't try it at home folks, because Spinout Records have already
conducted the experiment for you in the relative safety of the recording
studio and the result is imprinted on this disc. Be sure to handle with
caution for it truly is "Transatlantic Dynamite".
Scotland's Kaiser George and Rochester NY's The Hi-Risers had a "jolly
good time" and a "blast" during the recording of these
fourteen brand new originals, so much so that it seems certain that we
can look forward to more releases in the not too distant future. The janitor
at Rochester's famed Saxon Recording Studio was heard to remark that it
was "as if John Lennon had joined forces with Buddy Holly's Crickets".
True? You be the judge, dear listener! One thing's for sure, Kaiser George
and the Hi-Risers are an explosive combination when it comes to unbridled
Pop 'n' Roll performed with irresistably carefree abandon.
file under: rock-n-roll, british beat, pop