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King Salami & The Cumberland Three- Howlin’ For My Woman 7”

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King Salami & The Cumberland Three- Howlin’ For My Woman 7”.  London's R&B-punk sensation, King Salami & The Cumberland Three, are making fun times where ever they go. With a repertoire encompassing many of the greats of the ’50s and ’60s you won't be able to help but move your feet. The King howls like Screaming Jay Hawkins with Bo Diddley chasing his coat-tail and with Andre Williams trying to offer up some of his bacon fat. This man never stops shakin' and twistin' and groovin' while the Cumberland 3 (who include former members of the Ulcers, Chinese Lungs and Parkinsons) play their own branded mix of vintage rockabilly, desperate rock'n'roll and a bit of soul played with fire, energy and a ton of gusto! Import from Portugal.

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