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  1. Listen to your favorite songs from Now I Got Worry [Explicit] by The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  2. May 18,  · They're made up of B-sides and other songs from the Worry sessions, together with four hilarious radio adverts for the album ("let the Blues Explosion give you two kinds of love"). Money Mark had turned up here and there on Now I Got Worry as a kind of Nicky Hopkins to the Blues Explosion's Rolling Stones, especially on "Can't Stop"/5(20).
  3. R.L. Burnside would also join The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion for the Now I Got Worry tour dates in the UK, Europe and the US in October and November On October 23, Lola da Musica, VPRO TV filmed both artists in a pre-show jam session at De Melkweg, Amsterdam. "Boogie Chillun" was later released officially on the Live Promo Video.
  4. In the aftermath of Extra Width's success, the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion were drawing large crowds virtually everywhere they played. It both gratified them and made them suspicious. The track "Afro" on the previous album provided a clue as to the forthcoming no man's land JBSE would raucously explore. Orange is almost entirely new sonic terrain -- but it keeps the trio's trademark sweaty.
  5. The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion on AccuRadio. Free customizable online radio with unlimited skips. Listen now!
  6. The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion is an American garage rock band, which was formed in New York in Singer Jon Spencer was previously the leader of the noise punk band Pussy Galore before hooking up with Judah Bauer (guitar) and Russell Simins (drums) to form the Blues Explosion, a band that was part of the s alternative rock boom. This bass-less combo had their breakthrough in .
  7. Image by Toby Amies – bestbardmybidesgudouggaconrekabwads.coinfo Jon Spencer Blues Explosion Birthdays, Dalston, London 26 September Live review. The JSBX played a small London venue last week and we sent LTW writer Keith Goldhanger to get sweaty and riled by rock n roll.Ã Â.
  8. Now I Got Worry is the fifth studio album by Jon Spencer Blues Explosion. It was released via Matador Records on October 15, "Fuck Shit Up" is a cover of a Dub Narcotic song. "Weird Al" 5/5(3).
  9. May 18,  · NOTES: Expanded reissue of Now I Got Worry includes an additional 11 rare tracks, 4 Radio Spots and a previously unreleased song titled Roosevelt Hotel Blues (featuring Beck and Money Mark. on keyboards).. On this release the Ernie & Eddie promo spot is slightly shorter than it appears on the original 7″ single (leaving off the instrumental fade out) and Street Sez-Me was originally titled.

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