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The Duo-Tones - Live KPIG (4.15.2007)dotdotdotdot
artworkAlways superb, The Duo-Tones play John Sanditch's show on KPIG in Freedom, California whenever they play in the Monterey Bay Area. This four song set is strictly acoustic and silky smooth.
Picks: Perfidia, The Lonely One, Ramrod, Honky Tonk

Track by Track Review

Perfidia dotdotdotdot
Surf (Instrumental)

This is a very nicely done acoustic version of Alberto Dominguez' "Perfidia." Superb guitar interplay gives it a layered texture and intermingled weave that allows it to be a tapestry of sound.

The Lonely One dotdotdotdot
Acoustic Surf (Instrumental)

Duane Eddy's "The Lonely One" is an easy going number that's velvety smooth in the hands of The Duo-Tones. Totally easy on the spirit.

Ramrod dotdotdotdot
Acoustic Surf (Instrumental)

Al Casey's rhythm rocker "Ramrod" is splendid in acoustic form. Lots of fun, and rhythmically engaging. Greta string bending.

Honky Tonk dotdotdotdot
Acoustic Surf (Instrumental)

Bill Dogget's "Honky Tonk" is as smooth as a baby's bum as The Duo-Tones magically flow the song from their incredibly talented fingers. Superb.