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Schooley, John & Walter Daniels

***WALTER DANIELS and JOHN SCHOOLEY have been shadowy figures in the rock n’ roll underground for a combined forty years.  Daniels was mixing blues with punk rock as far back as 1992 with Austin, Texas combo JACK O’ FIRE, alongside the Big Boys' Tim Kerr. Schooley’s first release as a one man band was a lo-fi cassette recording released on 45 by Goner Records in 1996.  Both have been mixing blues and roots music with punk rock and noise ever since.  Schooley’s first band THE REVELATORS toured with the now-legendary Oblivians, while Daniels recorded with that same Memphis trio on the Melissa's Garage Revisited LP. Daniels has recorded and performed live with everyone from James Williamson to Eugene Chadbourne, most recently lending his harp to the OBN III’s for their latest album. Schooley toured the U.S. and Europe with the late blues great R.L. Burnside, and has racked up a long discography both as a solo artist and bandleader. Longtime friends who share a similar musical aesthetic and mindset, they have occasionally performed together and appeared on each other’s records.  While it hasn't always a fashionable or popular opinion, both have consistently championed the importance of roots in rock n’ roll. No matter how noisy or abrasive, their styles have always drawn from the deep well of American music, both black and white: country, blues and soul, gospel.  Recorded in a few hours over the course of a couple of relaxed Sunday afternoons, the resulting album Dead Mall Blues...

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