Hot & Spicy Beanburger
Birdcage Records 1993
After Dread Zeppelin’s great Disco experiment of 1993, Tortelvis returned to the band to do a US tour of the United States with INXS (at their request!) and record a new album. Hot & Spicy Beanburger was released in 1994 to fantastic reviews. Featured are new versions of “Stairway To Heaven, “Kashmir” and Elvis’ “Good Rockin’ Tonight.”
|DREAD ZEPPELIN Hot & Spicy Beanburger
Birdcage Records 1993 | New & Sealed CD | Price: $7.00
- 1. Good Times Bad Times
- 2. Going To California
- 3. Good Rockin’ Tonight
- 4. Kashmir
- 5. Ballad Of Charlie Haj
- 6. Unchained Melody
- 7. Stairway To Heaven
- 8. Hot & Spicy Beanburger
- 9. Hotdog
- 10. All Of My Love
- 11. Wot Happened? [The Slappy Shuffle)
Produced By Jah Paul Jo And Rasta Li-Mon For Birdcage Productions
Engineered By Rasta Li-Mon
Recorded At The Chapel, Encino, CA And At The Clubhouse, Burbank, CA
Mastered by Doug "D.O.G. Dish" Schwartz
Jah Jah Gabor: Piano & Alien Invasion on Kashmir, Bun-E Slopes: Blues Harp, I-Lar-E Treadwell: Auto Harp, Magic Bat & Vocals, "Colonel" Kane: Introduction, Mar-I Stratovar-I: Violin
Background Vocals By The Michael Jordanaires & Merci & The Merkettes as The "Sweet Perspirations"
Charlie Haj Is The Man Who Hands Tortelvis His Water And Towels Onstage
Review: This burger’s got it all goin’ on. Light and fluffy (like a good li’l beanburger should be!), but massive in the sense that it was cooked with a whole stick a’butter, stuffed with peanut butter, deep fried and probably super-charged by Dr. Nick!
Yeah, it’s fattening… but sooooooooooo good for you!
The Hot & Spicy Beanburger is served on a hot, pumping roll of Rasta bass (courtesy of The Butt Boy!), complemented beautifully by the ultra-smooth Tortelvis vocal stylings and served on a bed of cool guitars as played by Jah Paul Jo & Carl Jah.
Ed Zeppelin is, as always, SECRET SAUCE. ~ Amazon