(issued in 1996)
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Paul Epäilys: guitar, vocals
Stefan Dafgård: vocals, harmonica
Jan-Olov Husmo: stand up bass
Jan Nordstrand: drums
36 glorious minutes
Excerpts from a review by Mats Karlsson in JEFFERSON, issue No. 112 1996:|
"...firmly rooted in the blues, rhythm&blues and rockabilly of the 1950's."
"Their own songs are of a high quality: Stefan Dafgård's Regular backdoor friend is excellent Louisiana blues à la Excello and Paul Epäilys' Drive my Ford is tough rockabilly, reminding you somewhat of Robert Gordon."
"Dominators have dug deeply when choosing covers. The most fun choice is George Fleming's I'm gonna tell on you which is from the category unknown rockabilly... Right now baby is rockabilly, too. Over and done by the western swing hero Bob Wills is done in a rocking version.
Junior Wells' Lovey dovey lovely one is one of the album's best songs and Howlin' Wolf's Mr. Highway Man is just as rough as the original from the Sun studio..."
"Dominators have succeeded well with their mix of blues and rockabilly."
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