Hector Qirko Band - Road To Ruin album
Debut release from The Hector Qirko Band, cassette only.
Hector Qirko: electric guitars, vocals, mandolin, percussion, et. recorded 2017. Also, used without permission: Binaural sounds of crunchy dried autumn Leaves, NASA Voyager space sounds- Miranda, and The hum for five minutes, Nick Oakman, from YouTube. Special thanks to Georgann Hill-Hickman, Allison Hill-Spillane and Danny Brown for permissions and support and, above all, to Terry: optimus nostrum.
South by Hector Qirko hqband, released 21 June 2000 1. Marigot 2. Celina 3. Cause of it all 4. Long cold night 5. She's a woman 6. Fireball 7. Louise 8. Satisfied 9. Image-free 10. The last time. Hector Qirko guitars, vocals Dirk Weddington Saxophones, samurai vocals (9) Jim Williams bass Steve Brown, drums, percussion with: Robert Battaglia percussion (1,2) Micol Davis vocals (4,6,8) Terry Hill radio guitar (9) Don Hough trombone (6,8) Stan Williamson organ (2,3,4,6,8). Mixed by Robert Battaglia and Richard Battaglia Mastered by Jim DeMain, Yes Master. All songs H Qirko (Image-Free Music, BMI), including Marigot (with Dirk Weddington), except: Celina (C. Perez, unknown publishing) Cause of it all (C. Burnett, Arc Music, BMI) She's a Woman (J. Lennon, P. McCartney, Northern Songs.
Download Now from Uploaded. Hector Qirko Imaginary Bands – Field Notes (2015). Ambient, Downtempo, Chill Out, Lo-fi, Lounge, New Age, Celtic, Easy Listening (9,524). Classical Music, Instrumental, Christian, Gospel (2,108).
Fellow Hector Qirko fans should enjoy this excerpt from the Lonesome Cayotes Thanksgiving reunion show last night. English (UK) · Русский · Українська · Suomi · Español. Karly Stribling did great artwork. The first UWP, released 2004, is also on CD Baby for downloads:.
Old School - Hector Qirko Band. Knoxville, Tennessee's Hector Qirko is a brilliantly versatile guitar player with a voice the recording mic loves. He can turn his hand to anything from electronic space rock to downhome bluegrass fancy picking. There are a few of these guys around but usually their eclecticism overpowers their ear leading to bland-out or musical minestrone. Not so with our Hector Q. Whatever he brings in from left-field, it’s always just enough to keep things tasty; tasteful is the man’s middle name
|1||Feel Alright Again|
|2||Forty Days & Forty Nights|
|4||What's Mine Is Mine|
|5||A Man Can't Stumble (When He's Down on His Knees)|
|6||Road To Ruin|
|8||Cold Lonesome Morning|
|9||I Don't Care No More|
|10||I Wanna Make Love To You|