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MP3 Barbecue Bob and the
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Swamp Blues, rockabilly, garage rock, it's all here. recorded raw and live in the studio.

14 MP3 Songs
BLUES: Swamp Blues, ROCK: Garage Rock



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Band Bio

The first Barbecue Bob & the Spareribs show took place at the Furnald Folk Festival at Columbia University in 1981, followed by shows at the Postcrypt coffee house. A long residency at Dan Lynchâs blues bar (booked by blues artist Bill Dicey) followed. Looking for a neighborhood bar, the band settled in at the Blue Rose Lounge at 106th St. & Broadway (NYC). Bob stocked the jukebox with his favorites and began booking acts as diverse as The Holmes Brothers, The Raunch Hands, Bobby Radcliff, and The Dogmatics (from Boston). During this period, the band released two 45âs on their own label, Rib records, (âLinda Luâ b/w âShake Your Money Makerâ and âMy Barbecue Babyâ b/w âOedipus Rexâ), acquired drummer/pianist Howie Wyeth, and began a series of shows opening for national acts at the original Lone Star Café (13th & 5th Ave. NYC). The Spareribs were still playing the Blue Rose and Dan Lynchâs, and had expanded to Philadelphia, doing frequent shows at Takerâs Café (Germantown) and Bacchanal (13th & South St.). The Ribs released two full-length cassettes (âThe Best So Farâ, and âShut up and Playâ) and began a long relationship with the Rodeo Bar (27th & 3rd Ave. NYC) around 1987.



The Spareribs had by this time begun playing in New Jersey clubs such as Wallaceâs (East Orange), Tierneyâs (Montclair), and opening for nationally touring acts at the Stanhope House (Stanhope). Two more full-length cassettes followed (âFour on the Floorâ, with Simon Chardiet on guitar, and âWages of Sinâ, with Dan Hovey and Ira Spinrad on guitars).

At this point the Spareribs inked up (in blood) with DaDa Records, a D.I.Y. label, releasing two 7âmono records âSnack Timeâ(â96) and âSide Orderâ (â97) .


They included the âAâ sides on their first full-length CD âAfter School Specialâ.

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Robert Pomeroy-Harmonica, guitar, vox
Ira Spinrad-Guitar all tracks
Malcolm Tex-Drums all tracks but 1,5,11
Scott Byrne-Drums on 1,5,11
Tom Diello-Fender Bass all tracks
and:
Charles Otis-Percussion
Mike Latrell-Piano & Hammond B3

Tracks 1,5,&11 Recorded live by Scott Byrne in the Rutgers University Music Lab on 8-track Reel to Reel(may 1995)tracks 1 & 11 released as Mono 45/33 RPM singles on DaDa Records, as (Snack Time)Lookin' For A Girl/No Such luck and (Side Order)Bad luck Boy/My Medicine. Track 5, Drinkin' & Gamblin' was released on an Indy Comp. on Kitra Records(New Brunswick)

Track 13 was recorded live at Coney Island High(NYC)upstairs lounge of course.

All the rest was recorded live at Coyote Studios, Brooklyn, NY on May 19, 1996 By Albert Caiati


A Brief list of musicians over the years(recorded and otherwise)

Guitar:
Kevin Trainor
Jack Petruzzelli
Ira Spinrad
Simon Chardiet
Bobby Radcliff
Dan Hovey
Bill Thompson
Steve Antonakos
Andy Karp

Bass:
Brian Miller
Jay Elfenbein
Mark Ettinger
Tom Diello
Dominick Zarillo
Johnny Katonah
Scott Kitchen
Craig Robison
Ron Tullier
Keith Christopher
Dan Baird
Dave Dreiwitz

Drums:
Dave Capello
Howie Wyeth
Charles Otis
Scott Byrne
Ira Kay
Dave Ross
Charlie Shaw
Glenn Healy
JJ Murphy
Nick Ruggieri

Venues/Clubs/Festivals

Road Work:

Bucko's(Huron, Oh.)
Wilbert's(Cleveland, Oh.)
The Beer Barrel(Put-in-Bay, Oh.)
Danny's(New Philadelphia, Oh.)
The Purple Onion(New Philadelphia, Oh.)
Army/Navy Club(E. Liverpool, Oh.)
Hoop's Lounge(E. Liverpool, Oh.)
4th & Long(E. Liverpool, Oh.)
Scotty's Place(E. Liverpool, Oh.)
Down Under(E. Liverpool, Oh.)
State Line(E. Palestine, Oh.)
Main St. saloon (akron,oh)

Moondog's (Pittsburgh, Pa)
The Funhouse (Bethlehem, Pa.)
Bacchanal (Philadelphia, Pa.)
Taker's Cafe (Philadelphia, Pa.)
Doc Watson's (Philadelphia, Pa.)
Red, hot and blue (Cherry Hill, Pa.)
John and Peter's (New hope, Pa.)

Slippery Noodle(Indianapolis, In.)

Smoke Daddy's(Chicago)
Lounge Axe(Chicago)

5 Spot(Nashville, Tn.)
Bourbon Street Blues & Boogie(Nashville, Tn.)
Exit Inn(Nashville, Tn.)
3rd & Lindsley(Nashville, Tn.)
Blues City Cafe(Memphis, Tn.)

Hal & Mal's(Jackson, Miss.)

Loose Caboose(Monroe, La.)
The Collegiate(Monroe La.)
Checkpoint Charlie's(New Orleans, La.)
Lounge Lizards(New Orleans, La.)
Circle Bar(New Orleans, La.)
El Morocco(New Orleans, La.)
Bank St. Bar(New Orleans, La.)

The Peerless(Anniston, Al.)
Brother's(Jacksonville, Al.)
The Nick(Birmingham, Al.)
The Chukker(Tuscaloosa, Al.)
The Varsity(Tuscaloosa, Al.)
The wine cellar (birmingham,ala.)

40 Watt Club(Athens, Ga.)
Tasty World(Athens, Ga.)
Blind Pig(Atlanta, Ga.)

The Purple Pelican (charleston,sc)
Bert's Island Characters(Charleston, S.C.)
Local 506(Chapel Hill, N.C.)
The Berkely Cafe(Raleigh, N.C.)

Iota(Arlington, Va.)
Andy's(Chestertown, Md.)
Dogfish Head(Del.)

Madam's Organ(Washington, D.C.)

New York State:

The bayou (https://www.tradebit.comnon,ny)
7 Willow st.(port chester,ny)
The turning point (piermont,ny)
Snug Harbor (new paltz, ny)
Tinker st. cafe (woodstock, ny)
Ben Dover's(Pelham, ny)
Mike's Pelham Grill(Formerly Ben Dover's)

New Jersey:

Wallaces(Orange)
Tierney's(Montclair)
the Great Notch Inn(Little Falls)
Stanhope House(Stanhope)
Crossroads(garwood)
Mrs. J's(Asbury Park)
Crossroads(asbury park)
Court Tavern(New Brunswick)
Triumph Brew Pub(Princeton)
Scotland Yard(Hoboken)
Liquid Lounge(Hoboken)
Loop Lounge (teaneck)
Back Porch(Rahway)
Waiting Room(Rahway)
Deck House(Asbury Park)
Ragin' Cajun(Belmar)
Jason's(belmar)
Main St. Cafe(Red Bank)
The Circle Bar (absecon)
Texas-arizona (hoboken)
T.J.'s Hideaway (https://www.tradebit.cominfield)
assembly point(belleville)
the red cafe( i don't remember it either, but we played there 1/23/93!)
the centennial house(cranford)
sneaky pete's (2/20/93 ?!!!!)
marita's cantina (new brunswick)
chatfields (gladstone,nj)
cafe newz(remember that one! new brunswick)
palm grill(morristown)
The Office(Montclair, Morristown, & Chatham)
https://www.tradebit.comgs (union,nj)
Melody bar (new brunswick)
Downtown cafe(red bank)
Ideal clam bar(secaucus)
Cadillac bar (formerly boo-boo's, hoboken)
Boo Boo's(Hoboken)
O'Shea's (preceded the saint, asbury park)
The Saint(Asbury Park)
Shilleleagh club(https://www.tradebit.comange)
the Old homestead(irvington)
the Old bay (new brunswick)
Town pub (bloomfield)
Maxwell's (hoboken)
The deep sea bar (teaneck)
Marita's cantina (Princeton)
Harrison ave. tavern (west orange)
North end tavern (union/maplewood)
Dolls place (new brunswick)
The Elysian (hoboken)
Rockefeller's (hampton)
Hamilton pub (newark)
Crawfish fest (waterloo)
The stone pony (asbury park)
McCormicks (new brunswick)
The Dirt Club (bloomfield)

Festivals:

Crawfish Festival(waterloo, nj)
New Jersey Jazz & Blues(Red Bank, nj)
Guitarbeque(Asbury Park)
Birmingham Jam (w/Pinetop Perkins)
National Folk Fest, Bangor, Me.(w/Pinetop Perkins)
Music at NJPAC(Newark, nj)
Muskonetcong River Festival(nj)

NewYorkCity:

Postcrypt Coffee House
Ear Inn
Dan Lynch
Lone Star Cafe
Lone Star Roadhouse
Rodeo Bar
Brian's Place
North River Bar
Wetlands
Manny's Car Wash
Chicago Blues
Fanny's Oyster Bar
Blue Rose Lounge
Brother's Barbecue
Gonzales Y Gonzales
Louisiana Community Bar & Grill
Finian's Rainbow
Delta 88
Mondo Cane
Mondo Perso
Kenny's Castaways
The Bitter End
Barmacy
Nightingales
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Jack the Ribber/Continental Divide/the Continental
Coney Island High
Manitoba's (nyc)
Chelsea commons (nyc)
The R Bar(nyc)
Two boots (brooklyn, ny)
The Red Lion (nyc)
Mcgovern's (nyc)
Ludlow st. cafe (nyc)


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