Phil Dirt - Reverb Central - PO Box 1609, Felton, CA 95018-1609 USA
Collection: Sarg Rockers Vol. 2dotdot
History aside, the Sarg label was not particularly vital in instro terms. Five instros are here, only two of which are really noteworthy.
Picks: Cecil Moore and the Notes - Diamond Back, Rise And Shine

Track by Track Review

Cross Country dotdot
Rock (Instrumental)

An infectious rhythm runs beneath a simple guitar line. Much like a rocked out guitar boogie shuffle kind of song, it romps and roams in a primitive fifties style. "Cross Country" is an unissued track from the Sarg vaults.

Grubby Guitar dotdot
Blues (Instrumental)

"Grubby Guitar" is a slow blues with plinking piano and nothing original or unusual going on. It would be lost in the sea of such tracks.

On The Move dotdot
Rock (Instrumental)

"On The Move" is an almost saucy number with very common elements and rhythms from the fifties.

Diamond Back dotdotdot
Country (Instrumental)

Finger style noodling in a country setting with rock intentions. Not melodic, just rhythmic and jammy. Still, it displays substantially good guitar work. Very fun!

Rise And Shine dotdotdot
Surf (Instrumental)

Echoed guitar twangin' a cool riff with notable early trio arranging where the guitar plays leads amidst single note rhythm patterns to create a full sound. The break is a relatively uninspired sax lead affair. Very cool!