Cub Koda & The Points - Cub Koda & The Points mp3 album
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Michael "Cub" Koda (October 1, 1948 – July 1, 2000) was an American rock and roll singer, guitarist, songwriter, disc jockey, music critic, and record compiler. Rolling Stone magazine considered him best known for writing the song "Smokin' in the Boys Room", recorded by Brownsville Station, which reached number 3 on the 1974 Billboard chart.
Arriving on the heels of the introspective, acoustic Box Lunch, Noise Monkeys - Cub Koda's reunion album with the Points, his first band after the demise of Brownsville Station - may come as a bit of a surprise. Make no mistake about it, the title of the record tells you what this album is all about: this is loud, dumb, fun, hard-driving rock & roll, the kind that sounds like it was cut by a bunch of noise monkeys. Some fans may have forgotten that Koda can rock hard when he wants to, and that's what he does with the Points on Noise Monkeys.
Bass, Backing Vocals, Producer, Engineer – Petey Bankert. Drums – Cool Fred Schmidt. Vocals, Guitar – Cub Koda. Recorded live June 12, 1999 at Serwin's, Fremont, Ohio.
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Through the column's success, Koda established himself as an expert record collector and critic - eventually, Cub would compile and write liner notes for a number of projects, including three volumes in Rhino's acclaimed Blues Masters series. In 1980, Koda worked with Hound Dog Taylor's backing band, the Houserockers. Over the next 15 years, Koda, guitarist Brewer Phillips, and drummer Ted Harvey performed and recorded together, with their first album, It's the Blues, appearing in 1981 and the latest, The Joint Was Rockin', being released in 1996.
|1||Welcome To My Job|
|2||Gettin' Wild Tonight|
|7||Pound It Out|
|9||Sneakers On A Rooster|
|11||The Ballad Of Guitar Johnny|
- Bass – Pete Bankert
- Drums – Fred Schmidt
- Engineer – Ben Grosse
- Guitar – Joey Gaydos
- Guitar, Lead Vocals, Producer – Cub Koda
- Keyboards – Rufus Lee King
- Photography By – Gary Gunther
- Remastered By – Walter De Venne*
Notes© 1991 FAN CLUB RECORDS
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 3 347120 027492
|LP-103||Cub Koda & The Points||Cub Koda & The Points (LP, Album, Pin)||Baron Records||LP-103||US||1980|
|LP-103||Cub Koda & The Points||Cub Koda & The Points (LP, Album, Red)||Baron Records||LP-103||US||1980|