Elliot Randall & The Deadmen - Caffeine & Gasoline 2010


Elliot Randall & The Deadmen  - Caffeine & Gasoline 2010


Elliot Randall, along with his band The Deadmen, has released his sophomore album Caffeine and Gasoline. It is a decidedly more Country affair than his previous effort. What hasn’t changed is the depth of the songwriting. A full band, The Deadmen, have a lot to do with the diversity of styles. However, the main influence is producer David Simon-Baker, who has worked with Jackie Greene and The Mother Hips. There is a blend of Country, Rock and troubadour songwriting that reflect Randall’s influences and South Carolina upbringing. He may be based in San Francisco but his influences range from coast to coast. Common themes are love on the mend and love gone wrong.

The way Randall pours out the soul of his protagonists is a manner exhibited by more seasoned songwriters. Randall will no doubt go from a popular regional Northern California artist to a true touring songwriter. He has recently opened for Junior Brown, Cross Canadian Ragweed, Hayes Carll and The Steve Miller Band. The diversity of this album should firmly establish him in the Americana landscape. There is no sophomore slump. In fact, it appears there are even better things to come.

1. Caffeine & Gasoline     
2. Oh Miranda
3. Too Lucky, Too Long
4. Good Love
5. Chasing My Tail
6. Trying Again
7. Getting My Nerve Up 
8. Red Velvet Curtains
9. Casanova
10. Bedroom Window
11. Judgement Day

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