Drunk Horse- S/T CD. Oakland’s Drunk Horse sees to it that this S/T CD is, for the most part, a rowdy and reckless party album. Much of Drunk Horse has a late 1960s/early 1970s kind of ambiance -- the Rolling Stones and the Faces are prominent influences, and there are hints of the Doors as well. Elijah Eckert's lead vocals have a strong Mick Jagger quality, while John Niles' guitar playing generally favors rawness and bluesy grit. There are hints of Doors organist Ray Manzarek in Cyrus Comiskey's occasional keyboard playing -- occasional being the operative word. Comiskey is primarily a bassist, but when he does play the keyboards as a second instrument, Manzarek's influence asserts itself. There are times when Drunk Horse can be as a moody as the Doors -- "White Lady of the Mesa" is a prime example -- but on the whole, this is a fun, gritty party album. If you like guitar-centric bands with a propensity for the late 1960s/70s rock ‘n roll, than you’ll love these guys.