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Dennis Coffey

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7th Galaxy
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Don't Knock My Love Feat. Fanny Franklin Of Orgone
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All Your Goodies Are Gone Feat. Mayer Hawthorne
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I Bet You Feat. Mick Collins Of The Dirtbombs And Rachel Nagy Of The Detroit Cobras
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Miss Millie Feat. Kings Go Forth
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Somebody's Been Sleeping Feat. Lisa Kekaula Of The Bellrays
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Plutonius
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Knockabout
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Only Good For Conversation Feat. Paolo Nutini
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Space Traveller
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Don't Knock My Love (part 2)
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Ubiquitous
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Android
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 13   Total Length: 45:29

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Caution: Slashing Six String

Murgatroyd

The Scorpio man returns to the slashing six string sound that made him a go to for Motown in the psychedelic era and then hip hop samplers like Public Enemy. Great vocal tracks and Cadillac Eldo instrumentals create a soundscape of escape, fun and funk. It's just good stuff and he comes by it naturally. If there's anything "retro" about Coffey's sound, it does not sound forced like so much in that vein (Rafael Sadiiq, anyone) these days. Get it.

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Wow! Shweet Treat!!!!

Dvoodoo

Legendary Detroit Funk Guitarist Extraordinaire Dennis Coffey ( who also plays on the new Booker T album available here) is still smoking! His powerfull wild, wah wah licks shimmer, shriek, shake & shuffle us into the 2nd decade of the 21st Century. If instrumentals ain't your thing, I definitely recommend the tracks with vocal guests from The Detroit Cobras, Dirtbombs & BellRays.

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Dennis Coffey

By Michelangelo Matos, Contributor

A guitar-slinger of the first order, Detroit-area native Dennis Coffey was the session ace whose wah-wah-laden style helped ignite Motown's late '60s. Famously, he played through that namesake pedal on the session Norman Whitfield produced for the Temptations '"Cloud Nine," a record that announced the label's continuing commitment to adjusting to R&B's ever-shifting sonic proclivities. (That Coffey was a white man employed by America's largest black business had its own kinds of historical charms beyond… more »

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Les Paul: American Master (1915-2009)

By Lenny Kaye, Contributor

--Ed. Note: In honor of the passing of Les Paul, we have decided to rerun Lenny Kaye's wonderfully insightful column on the man. It's the "Guitar Boogie" to end all guitar boogies, with an honor guard of guitarists arrayed behind the benevolently smiling figure of Les Paul, who sits on a raised platform from where he has just finished entertaining a sold-out house at the State Theater in Cleveland and accepting an American Master award from… more »