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The Dex Romweber Duo have a brilliant 7" out on Third Man and immediately i'm enthralled by the authentic electrified garage & country blues of 'The Wind Did Move' spilling from the speakers. It's got that earthy, raw traditional sound that The Dirtbombs and other classic Detroit blues practitioners kick out. It's could be a Johnny Cash original it's such a stomping, whooping floor filler ...

7" £5.49 TMR009

7\" on Third Man FEATURING JACK WHITE!!!!!.

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The Wind Did Move/Last Kind Words by Dexter Romweber Duo
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9/10 Brian Staff review, 25 June 2009
The Dex Romweber Duo have a brilliant 7" out on Third Man and immediately i'm enthralled by the authentic electrified garage & country blues of 'The Wind Did Move' spilling from the speakers. It's got that earthy, raw traditional sound that The Dirtbombs and other classic Detroit blues practitioners kick out. It's could be a Johnny Cash original it's such a stomping, whooping floor filler of a tune! I wish more records had this scintillating, genuine live sound these days, it's just so CLASSIC sounding! Dex is a hefty looking character, a local legend who used to play in Flat Duo Jets and has contributed to recordings by the likes of Neko Case and he's joined here by his sassy looking sister who bashes the skins in an impressive fashion However the main draw for you rabid vinyl consumers here is the intriguing addition of producer/label owner Jack White on backing vox and guitar, most apparent on the suitably downtempo flip, a cover of Geechie Wileys' Last Kind Word Blues' where his distinctive yelp contrasts beautifully with Dex's rumble in a call & response stylee. The feel & production throughout is feral & soulful, I reckon this is just a fantastic single!

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