Even more charged, mature and emotional than on their debut, the Donkey Pilots make it clear on their second long player "Serious Man": more of everything! Here all the stops of dirty retro rock cutlery are pulled out. From songs recorded live to vintage recordings on tape to the Hammond organ, which was recorded by none other than organ and keyboard legend Don Airey (Deep Purple, Black Sabbath, Gary Moore and many others) and further refines this work, everything is there included. With their new album "Serious Men", the unmistakable touch of the Donkey Pilots and their motto: "Who are we that we jump on crazy trains? We are pilots and not tramps!” in their luggage, they defy every convention with great passion, create and serve their very own idea of rock music and dirty blues. And preferably live with your audience! It would be fatal to miss the complexity and quality of this band, somewhere in space and time between Rock, Blues, Alternative, Americana, Indie, Folk, UK and America!
01 The howl 02 No right 03 One beer man 04 Hotel Rio 05 This isn't LA 06 Babylon Road 07 Soulsucker 08 Blunt and blonde 09 Kerosene in my genes 10 Budweiser Blues 11 zonk out in a 30 zone 12 elevator to bright