Walter Daniels & the Giblets
Walter Daniels & the Giblets (Ghost Highway)
Reviewed by Luke Winkie, Fri., May 25, 2012
Walter Daniels & the Giblets(Ghost Highway)
Pulpy, serrated, greased-down punk-blues could be easily synonymous with Walter Daniels' name at this point, and this 10-inch with the reckless Giblets is famously dirty and traditionally divine. The local harp cat remains one of the few souls able to throttle a song called "Frozen Dinners" like a strangely touching breakup ballad. Scarcely do you find four songs as wonderfully contaminated.
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