Saturday, September 11, 2010

Poker Flatts - Poker Flatts (1977)



Poker Flatts was based out of the Macomb, Illinois area. This, their only, album is a fine example of well executed Country Rock played with just enough pizazz to grab and hold your attention. The band called it Progressive Country. Well, I guess. It's a real nice album and the Country is played with just the right amount of funky feel to it. Band members are: Bill Studzinski - guitars & vocals; Paul Reynolds - guitars, mandolin & vocals; T.K. Wayland - drums & vocals; Tom Durso - bass. And they had a little help from Ken Pitlik - fiddle & banjo and Karl Warma on harmonica. The record was released on the independent (their own) record label Stacked Deck. Again, this is a bit of a treat, certainly well worth grabbing. So good..

10 comments:

beaug said...

Well Well i have had this album on my wishlist for months. Good job Harley i cant wait to listen to this i can tell this is extremely rare

mawos said...

Simply wonderfull !

mawos

Skydogg said...

Courtesy of the French Connection. Once again. Cheers guys!

Anonymous said...

Skydog Hello,
I'm Ed and back again by the same
Would you be so kind as to upload this album?
thank you very much

Skydogg said...

Re-upped!

Anonymous said...




THANKS, THANKS, THANKS.....and so on...Sakydogg
Ed

Skydogg said...

You're welcome, Ed ;-)

Laurent said...

Thanks so much for another great discovery, the album is now on my search list.
Greetings from France.

Skydogg said...

Hi Laurent, the link is still good. Just click on the last word of a post.

Rome Burris said...

Saw them at a big party. It was on a farm outside of Keokuk, Iowa. They were great. Reminded me of The Outlaws.