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Delaney Davidson, Zeno Tornado and The Mysterious Tapeman

When:

Sun 23 Jan 2011, 8:00pm–12:00am

Where: St Peters Hall, Cnr Beach Rd and Ames St, Paekakariki, Kapiti Coast

Restrictions: R15

Ticket Information:

  • General admission: $10.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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Listed by: Paekakariki Bird

"Haunted country blues surf mayhem" - Otago Daily Times
"Can only be described as indescribably awesome" - Dylan Thomas Herkes, Stink Magnetic Records

For those who want another dose of international hobo Delaney Davidson and his Ghost Orchestra. With extra special friends from Switzerland's Voodoo Rhythm Records and Whanganui's Stink Magnetic Records: Zeno Tornado and The Mysterious Tapeman. Could quite possibly knock your socks right off.

"To paint a picture of what it sounded like, try imagining Bob Dylan covering the songs off of Tom Waits’ Bone Machine with Son House accompanying on bottleneck guitar. Davidson has got Dylan’s current raspy and disaffected delivery, while his subject matter is filled with “Waitsian” images of seediness and mortality. He utilised loop pedals to craft his rhythm guitar licks, while doing some experimental and improvisational “soloing” on top of them. At one point he even let the looped guitar keep repeating itself for several minutes while he led a waltz competition on the floor of the club" - Jon Behm

"Mr Zeno zaps right into the collective unconscious of each and every cowboy dude in the world in a tradition true to Hank and Steve Earle through to Eddie Spaghetti. And I’m sho’ as Hell sure that Hank never did it this way. This is sinicious enough to send Jerry Lee to Baptist church right away. Don’t try and stop him. Just let him go, while you kick back with a bottle and let old Zeno kick up a storm." - Stu Gibson

"From the bowels of hell and an incinerated car-wrecked tape monster comes Tape Man & His House On Haunted Hill! - the continuation of the never-ending misadventures of The Mysterious Tape Man. Esoteric surf trash made right here in Whangavegas that has toured the length, girth and heaving mountains of the land of the long white cloud, the radioactive dust-storms of the Australian desert plains and several European villages as well!"