Goin Back To Memphis - Henry And June - Goin Back To Memphis
Taking strong influence from blues rockthe band consisted of Ben Swank on drums, Johnny Walker on guitar and vocals, and Oliver Henry formerly of The Greenhornes and who was recruited just before the release of their second album on sax and guitar. Henry and June existed from until Wirick continued playing with drummer Doug Walker in the two-piece blues outfit 'Johnny Walker'.
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Ben Swank if he wanted to play a show. When traveling north to Detroit for a few gigs, the duo was approached by Italy Records owner Dave Buick. The label recorded the band, releasing the single "Sugar and Spice", which attracted Estrus Records. This led to the release Legions - Various - A State Of Trance - Future Favorite Best Of 2012 (File) "The Gospel According to John" single along with a number of others, the success of which prompted Estrus Records to put out the band's first full-length album.
The self-titled album Goin Back To Memphis - Henry And June - Goin Back To Memphis engineered by Jack White of The White Stripeswho also produced their second single. Meg White performs some percussion on this album. While both the Soledad Brothers and the White Stripes were Detroit bands heavily influenced by blues, the relationship between the two was also personal.
Ben was Jack's roommate for some period of time, and Johnny played slide guitar on two songs from The White Stripes' debut albumas well as teaching Jack how to play slide. Oliver Henry and Meg White had a long-term relationship while the Soledad Brothers were still together. The blues influence is still very prevalent, but also saw the introduction of the heavier '60s and '70s Brit-rock influence.
It saw the band expand their sound with some jazz influence, and some strange atmospheric sounds. The bulk of the album still retained their distinctive blues-rock style.
Their fourth album The Hardest Walkreleased in on Alive Records in the US and Loog in the UK, transcends the rampant garage blues that had so characterized the band's previous work by taking in a diverse range of influences, from Dr John and Albert Ayler to Syd Barrett and early Neil Youngwith some Brit pop melodies and soul grooves added.
It was announced within weeks of the album's release, Goin Back To Memphis - Henry And June - Goin Back To Memphis , that the band was breaking up. This marks the first release of Little Room Record Co. The single became available February 12, There were 7-inch records pressed on black vinyl.
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