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Impala

In the Late Hours

Impala In The Late Hours
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Memphis Instrumental Kings - Impala return to the studio to create this brand-new album, aptly titled In the Late Hours. In the Late Hours features ten intoxicating guitar- and sax-driven instrumentals, born out of that golden era of Memphis music when rockabilly, rhythm and blues, jazz, garage and soul music collided. These songs channel potent ghostsnamely, Packy Axton, Willie Mitchell and Ike Turner, all pioneers of Memphis instrumental scenebut theyre hardly derivative. They bristle with urgency and make your heart beat fast. Theyll make you wish for a time long pastwhen men wore hats in the street and women wore silk stockings fastened with a sexy garter belt. This isnt retro, or revivalist. This is music created by four men who, had they not found a way to soothe their savage beasts, mightve met in a juvenile reformatory. Its tautly restrained, like a homicidal maniac that, until he wields his axe, calmly sips tea or practices taxidermy techniques. Its music that is a remedy for hard times. Put it on, and let your mind wander. Take refuge in those darker places. Pour yourself another drink. And make sure the doors lockedits later than you think.
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