the most gutbucket
music that he could find," Carelli said.
Guitarist Ruben Dobbs and Joey Mitchell on upright-bass and kick-drum serve-up a raucous gutbucket
Osborne, from New Orleans, is a gutbucket
bluesman and guitar slinger who doubles as a singer-songwriter.
Led Bib are a rockier kind of Polar Bear, but we could also make comparisons with New York combo Gutbucket
Other instruments they encountered were the gutbucket
bass, drums and hand carved river cane fifes, all staples of Hill Country blues.
The film described as a "vile bag of garbage" by Roger Ebert divides viewers between those who view it as a gutbucket
exploitation film and those who argue it's pro-feminist because the wronged heroine takes her revenge.
Moses heard the "heathen sounds" (timbrel'd anthems dark, boogie, jazz, down-home music, funk, gutbucket
) he hadn't heard since the old days in Egypt.
Forget about lardy Latvians and gutbucket
Greeks - our belt-busting citizens are the fat men of Europe.
Hall's music has a gutbucket
approach, and the stories he tells could be no one else's.
"John, it's not ideal, but you can eat as many Mars Bars as you like and you'll be surrounded by other blokes so no one will notice your kite" (slang for gutbucket
. Source: Collins Big Dictionary).
Involving instruments as diverse as the dobro, accordion and gutbucket
bass, the music on Deer in the Night extends far beyond traditional Americana and borrows heavily from other folk forms.
And because the Whirl told their stories over and over, and in such gutbucket
style, Thomas played a major role in that mythmaking.